“The seventies: hectic, exciting, creative, constantly reinventing itself, full of self-confidence, sometimes tiresome, but never for long. What I’m saying is nothing new. Many have said it before me in different words, but that doesn’t make it any less true. I know, because I was there,” are Gijsbert Hanekroot’s own words and his photographic rock-archive are a testament to his witnessing of this eventful period in music history. Born in 1945, Gijsbert grew up in Amsterdam. At the age of thirteen, he was given his first camera by his mother. To hone his skills he read every book he could […]
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