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Eddie Kramer Opens His Archives

Tuesday, November 29th 2011 10:30

The legendary engineer is selling personal photos of the likes of Zeppelin and Hendrix

Kramer made his name working with some of the top names in rock, engineering and/or producing albums by Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, KISS and recorded the entirety of the Woodstock Festival.

In celebration of his 50th year in the business and his 70th birthday, www.eddiekramerarchives.com offers 50 different photographs, shot between 1967 - 1972, the period Eddie calls "The Golden Era of Rock n' Roll." 

Eddie's photos have been exhibited in cities around the world, including The Grammy Museum, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, MTV corporate headquarters in New York, the San Francisco Art Exchange, Wild About Music Gallery in Santa Monica, The Morrison Hotel Galleries in New York and Southern California, VIP Gallery in Rotterdam, Gallerie Profilen of Denmark, as well as the Metropolis Studios and Proud Gallery in London. Several of Eddie's photos are on permanent display at Experience Music Project in Seattle. His images chronicle his years working with some of the biggest and most creative artists of any generation, including Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix as well as Crosby, Stills & Nash, Chuck Berry, Joe Cocker, Albert King, Ted Nugent, Santana, Steve Marriott, Steve Winwood, Johnny Winter and Frank Zappa, Images sold through the site are first generation, signed, custom prints that are offered in a variety of formats including museum quality black and white silver gelatin and color Lambda C-type prints, printed on watercolor rag paper or giclée canvas.

Find out more HERE

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