Blur captured by Kevin Westenberg in Camden, London in September 1995 during a photo shoot.
Kevin Westenberg recalls, "BLUR you say? Yes! BLUR. BLUR vs OASIS? Well, who cares at this point. They were both great and why not celebrate them. It was an amazing time in London when this shoot took place. This was prime time BLUR! ‘Parklife’ had come out the year before to great fanfare, which made their name forever more. They were just about to release ‘The Great Escape’ and they were all in a fantastic headspace during these days.
This was a two-day shoot for various publications including the NME, Rolling Stone Magazine in New York, and also some work for the band themselves as a commissioned press shoot. Looking through the shoot now 25 years later, there are a huge number of genuinely warm funny moments where you can tell the feeling within the band was harmony. I really wish I could show more but I have to save them for the actual book project.
We shot in Chalk Farm photo studio, John Henry’s Rehearsal space, then down to the streets in Fitzrovia including Fitzroy Square. Finally, we ended up at the Roundhouse in Camden. Fitting since there was a lot of drinking going on at the ‘Good Mixer’ Camden at this time in the music world was the centre of the universe. Great memories".
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16x20" Edition of 25
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