This is a last, pre-Christmas pump of the “little yellow book”. A big thank you to everyone who’s already purchased a copy – if you haven’t you can do so here – and a big thank you to everyone who sent over thoughts, comments, and congratulations. Below is a selection of the feedback I`ve received – plus a few more photos. Those that were unfortunately of too low a resolution for us to print.
“Is very nice. Very nice document. Thanks for spreading the proper information of what happened in those days. Not everyone does the job in the correct way.”
“Top stuff! The Alfredo interview is particularly interesting.”
“It was a great pleasure to help you, to get in touch with many of my old friends. Thanks to you for your desire to know, your passion.”
Cesar de Melero:
“I got the little yellow books. I congratulate you, after so many years, having finished the project. It has a lot of merit. Veeeeery good! Please, for the next one, my name is Cesar de Melero, not DE Melero. Hahaha.”
“The yellow book is amazing.”
“Pamphlet received and devoured over the weekend. A truly lovely thing. You’ve done it perfectly. Great interviews and stories but more importantly…charts! Everyone loves a chart. Been checking through a few of the unknown – to me – tunes and I’ve been educated. Love that Stan Ridgway Salesman. Camouflage was always a biggie at ‘nado back when we first started. Wish I’d known about this tune back then!”
“Robert, superb work. Thanks to you!”
“Bring on volumes 2 and 3.”
“Englishman in Japan Robert Harris aka Dr. Rob is a gentleman and wonderful writer: he comes with words of beauty and a great storytelling. And he is a true musical believer who knows his records inside out. What a pleasure reading his Ibiza DJs 1976-1988, a precious pamphlet that brings light to the Balearic revolution with interviews, stories, playlists, photos from the golden age of Ibiza.”
Cesar de Melero; Ku 1988
Pippi and Joan Ribas, Pete on guitar.
Joan Ribas; 1989
Joan, Pippi, and Alfredo; Pacha
Leo Mas & Alfredo, Amnesia
Massimo “Max” Zucchelli
DJ Gerardo; Ku
Pippi and Joan Ribas; Amnesia, 1985 / 86
Glory’s; Reggae Party, 1978
Toni Vicente; Glory’s, 1978 – I’m posting this one, just in case you bought the book and thought it was Joan Ribas.
Glory’s; 1978 – I’m posting this one just because it`s so fucking cool.