Never-before-seen footage of Dylan, The Beatles, Coldplay and more

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Never-before-seen footage of Dylan, The Beatles, Coldplay and more
20th November 2014


A new exhibition at Proud Camden Stables features never-seen-before studio shots of some of the world’s most iconic and successful musicians.
 
The likes of Coldplay, The Doors, Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan and The Beatles have been immortalised in black and white on the walls of the Studio to Stereo exhibition. The shots are being presented to the public for the very first time.
 
Visitors will be able to see the photographs while listening to the unforgettable tracks. The sound aims to recreate the original studio quality, as the songs were intended to be heard - a world away from the compressed sounds of MP3. 
 
Maleena Pone took a sneak peak before it opens it doors to the public.
 
The 'Studio to Stereo' exhibition opens at Proud Camden Stables from 20th November and runs until 3rd December 2014.

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