by Music-News.com Newsdesk
Paul Weller relives his solo career in rare and unseen photographs by Lawrence Watson, and over 40 minutes of exclusive video footage.
Paul Weller: ‘It’s a document of nearly 25 years of work between me and Lawrence. I am happy to see it documented. It’s collected for posterity.’
Lawrence Watson’s lens has captured Paul Weller from the launch of his solo career in 1992 to 2014’s More Modern Classics. This iBook brings together highlights from Weller’s signed limited edition book and record boxed set. Weller and Watson discuss the content and the making of Into Tomorrow, giving additional insight behind the photographs they have hand-chosen in a new 40-minute interview.
Lawrence Watson: "Paul’s always very involved in choosing pictures; he’s got a great eye."
Paul Weller: "When I look back to the early shots from 1992, I was starting to write and play (and, importantly, want to play) again. I'd been 'away' for a while and didn't know what, if anything, to expect… So many memories come back. Some of the pictures make me mourn the passing of time. Some of the times I couldn't wait to get away from. Lawrence has been there to document most of them. He is part of our crew."
Into Tomorrow is Paul Weller's visual chronicle of his 22-year solo career. For fans of Paul Weller, The Jam, The Style Council and modern music, Paul Weller’s official iBook gives unprecedented insight into a music legend.
The iBook release follows the spring 2015 release of the leather-bound volume of Into Tomorrow. Each of the limited edition of only 2,000 copies is personally signed by Paul Weller and Lawrence Watson. A unique, limited edition vinyl record is housed with the book in an acrylic slipcase. The 10" disc shares previously unreleased live recordings from a performance at the Hammersmith Apollo, selected by Paul Weller for inclusion with Into Tomorrow. Only available from WellerBook.com.