Proposed cover art for Revolver by Robert Freeman, rejected by the Beatles
Nick Mason, Syd Barrett and Rick Wright in De Lane Lea studio, October 1967
Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 1958.
America - The Nice
I like the way the images of America start out with innocuous images of cafes, swimming pools, etc. and then progress into riot police, the late Robert F. Kennedy (recently assassinated), and more. Well done.
Every Bitch For Himself captures all the energy of the 1978 Hollywood punk scene with episodes of violent rock & roll, perverse cult rituals, and nightmarish parties. Just as punk rock bands twisted old songs to fit its explosive style, Every Bitch For Himself corrupts old film noir scenes culled from The Killing, The Asphalt Jungle, Born To Kill and The Killers, to name a few, to create a new punk rock crime novel.
Every Bitch For Himself, Andy Seven’s second punk crime novel is available for $4.99 at all popular eBook retailers, including:
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Each website provides a short sample of the novel for previewing before purchase so you can see what deviltry is brewing on each page.
Every Bitch For Himself combines two violent art forms, punk rock and film noir to create an exciting new hybrid of crime writing. Check out the new novel and experience it for yourself.
Hamburger Breath Stink Finger - Arthur Lee
From his “Vindicator” album, this song rocked out on early Seventies FM radio with the bizarre refrain, “Oh what a dish, she smelled just like a fish”. Whoopee!