An access-all-areas book marking the 25th anniversary of the era-defining Oasis concerts at Knebworth, with stunning images taken by acclaimed music photographer Jill Furmanovsky – including contributions from Noel Gallagher and Alan McGee, and hundreds of never-before-seen pictures.
Jill Furmanovsky is a world-renowned photographer, who has shot the biggest names in music history. From her beginnings as a 13-year-old standing outside Abbey Road hoping to snatch a photograph of The Beatles, Furmanovsky has gone on to work with icons such as Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd, Bob Marley, Led Zeppelin, Blondie, Eric Clapton, Amy Winehouse, The Police and many more. She worked closely with Oasis for a number of years.
Daniel Rachel is a musician turned award-winning author. His previous books include NME and Guardian Book of the Year Isle of Noises, Evening Standard Book of the Year Don’t Look Back in Anger, and Walls Come Tumbling Down, which was described as ‘triumphant’ by the Guardian and ‘superlative…brilliant’ by Q magazine, and was awarded the prestigious Penderyn Music Book Prize in 2017.
The book is available now on various stores and on octopusbooks.co.uk