LIMITED EDITION Hardcover copy of My Ramones – photos and text by Danny Fields
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This is a one-time opportunity to get and give a gorgeous book that he-or-she will treasure! Please Kill Me has acquired the last remaining copies of this limited edition photo book as a special offer for our readers. The publisher is out of stock, and these are the only books that remain. Don’t miss this chance!
EVERY COPY OF THE BOOK IS SIGNED BY DANNY AND NUMBERED, SO NO TWO ARE THE SAME!
First Third Books published My Ramones in 2016 as a limited edition hardback of only 1300 copies. The book is 176 pages, with 250 photographs (in b&w and color) taken by Danny Fields, with commentary written by him just for My Ramones.
But wait, there’s more, including comments and memories from David Johansen, Michael Stipe, Fayette Hauser, Andy Paley, Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth, and Jayne County.
My Ramones offers Danny’s unique perspective–in his words and his pictures–of the group’s early years (1975-1977), with its four original members: Joey, Tommy, Johnny and Dee Dee Ramone.
See photos of the Ramones by their original manager Danny Fields–backstage and onstage, touring in America and Europe, in their dressing rooms and hotel rooms, and partying with fans and other bands.
About Danny Fields Danny Fields was born and raised in New York City, where he lives. After attending the University of Pennsylvania, and Harvard Law School, he returned to New York, where he became: Managing Editor of Datebook Magazine; Editor of Hullaballoo Magazine; Editor of “16” Magazine; Publicity Director of Elektra Records; columnist for the Soho Weekly News and other publications; artists’ manager (Lou Reed [for two weeks], Iggy Pop, the Ramones), freelance writer and photographer. Fields’ archives have been acquired by Yale University; Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk by Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain, now in 14 languages, is dedicated to him; and he is the subject of the documentary directed by Brendan Toller, titled Danny Says.