Book 180 pages with hundreds of pictures from swinging 60´s Gothenburg.
Hardbound cover with printing on 130g Amber Graphic paper.
Beatles, Stones, Who, Kinks, Hendrix, Dusty and Tages -
the music explosion of the 60's in Gothenburg seen through
the lens of Hans Sidén's camera.
He sat so close to the band that he could've leaned forward
and touched Lennon's shoes when The Beatles played
Cirkus in October 1963.
He bantered with Rolling Stones in a hotel room, went
to the discoteque with The Who and had dinner with
He hitched a ride with Tages to Stockholm and with
The Hep Stars to Borås, served Cat Stevens home made
pizza, lent stacks of Tamla Motown and Stax singles to
english DJ Clem Dalton and hung around every soundcheck
when the stars came to town.
Journalist, illustrator and author Hans Sidén had front
row tickets to the music scene in Gothenburg, Sweden all
through the sixties and happened to bring his cameras.
His photographed is a vibrant testimony of a distans, yet
oddly present decade. The Boy in the Paisley Shirt is his
story seen through the lens of his camera.