Blondie, Debbie Harry, ‘London Old Street Studio, Contact Sheet, No.I’Regular price £660.00
© Brian Aris
Isles of Scilly, U.K. 1982
Edition of 25 | Paper size 20h x 16w inches | Archival Giclée print hand signed by the photographer
Edition of 25 | Paper size 24h x 20w inches | Lambda C-type print hand signed by the photographer
Edition of 25 | Paper size 30h x 30w inches | Lambda C-type print hand signed by the photographer
Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity
‘I'm a culture vulture, and I just want to experience it all.’ Debbie Harry
Debbie Harry in her ‘Island of Lost Souls’ video shoot, the music video was filmed in the Isles of Scilly in the UK. ‘Island of Lost Souls’ is a song recorded by the band Blondie and released as the lead single from their sixth studio album, ‘The Hunter’, in April 1982. It features three scenes interspersed with each other: a group of men dressed as undertakers in a rowboat, the band dressed in white monk robes (the members apart from Debbie play horns and saxophones while wearing fish masks), and the band dressed as a Latin American band.
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