The Liverpool music history print exhaustively compilesmore than 400 local artists/groups across more than 20 genres, 7 decades, several record labels, key venues and more. It is the ideal artwork for those who love Liverpool music and for those who want to know more about the colossal music history of Liverpool and Merseysidefrom the 50s to present times.
★★★★★ "Brings back so many memories reading all the bands/ musicians names over the years & different genres! Liverpool truly is the capital of music."
Besides being the hometown of themost popular group in music history, Liverpool holds the Guinness record due to being the number one record capital. It was also the hometown ofEric'sandCream– clubs that defined British music in the 70s and 90s respectively – and to this day, Liverpool remains as one of the most prolific and diverse music capitals in the world.
The artwork features everything you need to know about Liverpool music: local pop idols(Cilla Black, Billy Fury),Merseybeat legends (Billy J. Kramer, Gerry & The Pacemakers),punk and post-punk pioneers(Spitfire Boys, Big in Japan),synth-pop and New Wave precursors(OMD, Wah!),local icons (Ian Broudie, Ian MacCulloch, Jayne Casey),classic soul bands(The Real Thing), indie heroes(The La's, The Coral)and Liverpool's new talents(She Drew The Gun, Tremz).
★★★★★ "Unbelievable detail and it’s a real centre conversation and reminisce of our love of music and it looks great in our entrance hall"
A truly conversation starter for the proud Liverpool music fan. Hang it on your wall with pride.
A unique print that maps out thecomplete Beatles songwriting / singing history and key events in the Fab Four's career.
The print features a minimalist design a la 'White Album' andchronologically organises the full official Beatles discography from 1962 to 1970. It includes all the UK LPs, the 22 UK singles*and theLong Tall SallyandMagical Mystery Tour EPs.**
The print includes a glossary that allows the viewer to quickly identify who wrote the songs and who is the lead singer per track recorded. From Harrison's 'Taxman' to Lennon's 'Across The Universe'; and from McCartney's 'Penny Lane' to Ringo's 'Don't Pass Me By' and beyond.
A labour of love for those who want to celebrate or explore further the legendary Lennon-McCartney songwriting partnership and discover or rediscover Harrison/Ringo's songwriting/singing legacy.
*If I Fell/Tell Me Why was intended for export, but some retailers sold it in the UK anyway. It is generally not considered an "official" UK single, but nevertheless, it is an interesting and rare single that I've decided to add.
**Bootlegs, live cuts, demos, etc. are not included. The print maps out the full official discography only.