Author(s): Philip Morris
It's a Long Way captures the Golden Age of Australian music - 1969 to 1979. As chief photographer for music magazine Go-Set, Philip Morris was in the best possible position to shoot the many stars of the era, including such local heroes as AC/DC, Billy Thorpe, the Angels and Johnny O'Keefe, along with international visitors like the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Frank Zappa and numerous others. Philip was able to document these legendary performers intimately, from close range, with the type of all-areas access that is unheard of today.Candid shots of such international acts as Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney, Frank Zappa.Behind the scenes with AC/DC from their first Sydney show in 1974.Award-winning album covers from Midnight Oil, the Angels, John Paul Young and more.Includes trail-blazing work from Australia's first pop music magazine, the legendary Go-Set. Text by Jeff Apter.