The Jam Unseen the lost photographs of Neil 'Twink' Tinning

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The Jam backstage London Sobell Centre

The Jam's Rick Buckler, Bruce Foxton and Paul Weller photographed backstage at the Michael Sobell Centre, Islington, North London,
13th December 1981. Photo credit: (c) 1981 Twink.

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The lost photographs
of NEIL 'TWINK' TINNING
The Jam's official photographer at the peak of their popularity.


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In 1981 Rick Buckler, drummer of The Jam, arranged for the 21-year old Neil "Twink" Tinning to become the band's official photographer. For two years Twink documented life with The Jam on the road, live on stage and behind-the-scenes, leading up until their farewell concert in 1982 at the Brighton Centre.

Twenty selected photographs from the forthcoming photographic book "The Jam Unseen" are on sale for the first time at London's The Movie Poster Art Gallery as a series of limited edition photos hand printed from the original negatives. They include rare never-before-seen photos of the original Jam line-up: Bruce Foxton (bass, vocals), Paul Weller (vocals, guitar) and Rick Buckler (drums).

One of the highlights is a triptych of photos of each member of The Jam running and dancing on the spot - arguably superior unseen outtakes from the session that produced the cover of The Jam's final 1982 studio album "The Gift". Now, for the first time, fans and collectors alike will be able to buy all three classic images as they were originally photographed before the final album artwork was selected.


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