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While many publications claim to have captured the phenomenon that was "swinging London," only one magazine was present to illustrate this extraordinary moment as it unraveled. London Life magazine emerged in October 1965, and over the next fifteen months would document the capital's action when it was at its absolute zenith. With imagery from the likes of David Bailey, Duffy, and Terence Donovan, designs from Peter Blake, David Hockney, and Ian Dury, plus words and opinions from those on the city's cutting edge, London Life remains the coolest document from the capital's most exciting period. Collected for the first time, the book London Life is a remarkable view on a period when London was driving the creative hub of the world.
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About the Author
Simon Wells has written on film and music for numerous magazines and newspapers including The Guardian, The Times, and The Independent. He is a regular contributor to Record Collector, Hotdog, TV Zone, Watch, Total Film, and Beatles' Book; the group's official magazine. In addition to his writing credits, Simon has researched numerous projects for the likes of the BBC, Channel Four, and Virgin, as well as broadcasted live on LBC, ITN, and BBC on film and music.