Paul Weller - Find The Torch, Burn The Plans

10 December 10

Posted at 1:05

 




Paul Weller has just released a very special double DVD and CD of the acclaimed Julien Temple film 'Find The Torch, Burn The Plans' alongside a concert filmed at London's Royal Albert Hall.

Dean’s picture features on the cover of the Single of the same name.


The DVD package comes complete in a deluxe hardback case with previously unseen photos of Weller’s year and exclusive sleeve notes Paul Moody interviewing Weller - a must buy for any Paul Weller fan!The DVD is bolstered by the '7&3 Is The Strikers Name' promo video directed by Lawrence Watson.

In addition there is a CD featuring 12 songs from the Royal Albert Hall show plus six tracks from Weller’s in concert at the BBC Theatre show - including collaborations with Richard Hawley and Lauren Pritchard.


The full track-listing is as follows:

DVD
Live at the Royal Albert Hall: 
1. Andromeda
2. From the Floorboards Up
3. 7&3 Is The Strikers Name
4. Into Tomorrow
5. Aim High 
6. Moonshine
7. Up The Dosage
8. Strange Town
9. Wake up the Nation
10. Shout To The Top!
11. Trees
12. You Do Something To Me
13. One Bright Star
14. Wild Wood
15. The Eton Rifles with guest Kelly Jones
16. That’s Entertainment with guest Kelly Jones
17. Fast Cars/Slow Traffic
18. Come On
19. Why Walk When You Can Run
20. All On A Misty Morning
21. Light Nights
22. Butterfly Collector
23. Find The Torch, Burn The Plans
24. Art School
25. Scrape Away
26. Pieces Of A Dream

Find The Torch, Burn The Plans
A Film by Julien Temple
7&3 Is The Strikers Name promo video directed by Lawrence Watson

CD
Live At The Royal Albert Hall
1. Andromeda
2. From The Floorboards Up
3. 7&3 Is The Strikers Name
4. Into Tomorrow
5. Aim High
6. Moonshine
7. Up The Dosage
8. Trees
9. Wild Wood
10. The Eton Rifles (with Kelly Jones)
11. That’s Entertainment (with Kelly Jones)
12. Fast Car/Slow Traffic


In Concert at the BBC Theatre
13. Start!
14. Sea Spray
15. Strange Town
16. Broken Stones
17. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) (with Lauren Pritchard)
18. No Tears To Cry (with Richard Hawley)

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Tinchy Stryder - Third Strike

04 December 10

Posted at 9:30





Third Strike was released on November 15, 2010 it's Tinchy’s third studio album and his second album with Island Records.

The shoot for the album and singles was done in two parts.


The first part of the shoot took place at Big Sky Studios London. Dean shot Tinchy in this environment to get the 'raw material' to project in the second part of the shoot. Part two of the project was epic, the studio shots were projected on to a huge abandoned  secret location in London. T he projector was so big it had it's own lorry and i n the dead of that night Tinchy stood tall visable for miles. 

Heres how the picture looked on the album...



Keep your eyes out for more shots of Tinchy they'll be filtering out very soon...

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Kings of Leon - Triple J Mag

01 December 10

Posted at 9:30

We got a parcel trough the post today all the way from OZ….


Our copies of Triple J Mag’s October and December issues arrived as they both feature Dean’s pictures on the front cover.

 

October’s issue features the pictures Dean took in New York. We particularly like the double page spread with banner illustration. 

Very Nice.

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Muse - Triple J Mag

01 December 10

Posted at 9:30



 
The Dec/Jan issue cover is of Muse which Dean shot Muse specifically for Triple J Mag at Wembley Stadium the shoot too place as the band prepared for their massive show.  

 
This month’s issue is dedicated to travel. As a contributor Dean was asked to summit his own thoughts on an inspiring trip. It was published as follows:


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Slash - The Observer

01 December 10

Posted at 7:26



This week one of Dean’s pictures of Slash was published in the Observer to accompany an article of quick fire statements about the Musician’s life and Career, covering drug addiction, groupies, God and Axl Rose. Slash was very cool, professional and did not disappoint, dressed in his iconic trademark style.

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