Jerome Publishing Company, 1974. First edition. Out of print title. Softcover. 128 pages. 29 x 22 cm. Colour and Black & White photographs. Texts in English. Used. VG.
Note: Cover shows minor signs of wear. Some stains on first and last pages.
This book is very inspiring. A complete social documentary portrait of essay on hippie movement, memory of free festivals and protests during the late 60s and early 70s. A window into the phenomenon music festival, 'Tomorrow’s People' captures the revelry, spirituality, and fashion in all its glorious chaos.
Jeremy Sandford texts and Ron Reid's photographic signed this visual essay social and youth culture. This is a truly beautiful book which captures perfectly the atmosphere, the essence and the emotion of the moment with many shots of the celebration of the life into iconic music festivals. All this before such things became mainstream, exorbitant price and sponsored by media giants and intoxicants brands.
A necessary book if you are interested in this topic and want to understand the birth and evolution of these utopian movements. And in addition this copy is signed by Ron Reid along with a dedication for previous owner which ends with an encouraging "peace & love".