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Oasis Be Here Now

Michael Spencer Jones is one of the leading rock photographers in recent history. He is perhaps best known for spending five years touring with Oasis, capturing their rise to fame, and creating their iconic album covers.

Be Here Now was Oasis’ third studio album, and after its much-anticipated release in 1997, it quickly became the fastest-selling album in British music history. Michael Spencer Jones released this limited edition print to honour the album’s 20th anniversary.

The cover art was created as an homage to Keith Moon, and was shot at Stocks House in Hertfordshire, once the home and headquarters of notorious publishing tycoon, Victor Lownes. The house was home to many a hedonistic party in the 70s, and was said to be a training camp for Playboy Bunnies, thus making it a perfect choice for the notoriously badly-behaved Manchester band.

From a limited edition of 100, Be Here Now is signed by the photographer.

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    Signed: Yes
    Medium: Giclee, Print
    Edition Type: Limited Edition
    Edition Size: 100
    Size (cm): 60.9 x 63.5
    Image Size (cm): 45.7 x 45.7
    SKU: AR16709
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    About the artist
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    Michael Spencer Jones is one of the UKs most influential rock photographers, capturing album artwork for some of the biggest names in rock history, from Oasis to Leonard Cohen. Jones’ photographic style is inspired by surrealism, Pop Art and by the work of 20th century American photographers, Alfred Steiglitz, Edward Steichen and Paul Outerbridge.


    Jones mastered his craft studying for a degree in photography and film and assisting accomplished advertising photographer, Stak. But it wasn’t until he graduated, made the move to Manchester and became involved in the ‘Madchester’ music scene that he shifted to rock photography. After shooting the likes of the Stone Roses and Happy Mondays, Jones was introduced to Noel Gallagher, who had been impressed with his work with The Verve.

    Jones went on to create iconic albums for Oasis, including Definitely MaybeWhat’s The Story Morning Glory and Be Here Now. He has also captured intimate portraits of musical legends, including Tom Jones, U2, Kasabian and Robbie Williams.