London being the cultural and industrial Mecca that it is there is never a bad time for a retrospective. In a city that moves and flows as relentlessly as it does, its a good job that there is someone around to observe and relate what is going on. For the last forty years one of the leading chroniclers and exponents of London living has been Time Out magazine.
From humble beginnings as a single fold out sheet of A5 paper in 1968 the magazine has enjoyed lasting success while retaining its independence. Whether it be covering music and the arts, politics or looking at society and the ever changing London cityscape, Time Out magazine has become a familiar voice in the city.
During its lifetime it has enjoyed interviews from an extensive roster of artists ranging from Tracey Emin to Mick Jagger . Other names included are John Lennon & Yoko Ono, Ian Dury and Vivienne Westwood to name a few. A good cross section of these contributions are covered in the new book ‘London Calling’ collecting together essays and classic interviews in one hardback edition. An interesting look back at forty years of London life.
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