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Today’s Guest: Rock photographer Deborah Feingold, whose work has been collected for the first time in the book Music.
Watch this exclusive Mr. Media interview with Rock photographer Deborah Feingold, whose work has been collected for the first time in the book Music, by clicking on the video player above!
Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience full of Madonna wannabees who can study Deborah Feingold?s iconic lollipop photo of the pop princess for hours and never quite be able to duplicate that look? in the NEW new media capital of the world? St. Petersburg, Florida!
Here?s a story I don?t think I?ve told before:
Many years ago, I had an idea to approach Paul Shaffer about helping him write his memoirs. My agent tracked down the band leader of ?The Late Show with David Letterman,? ran the idea by Paul and pretty quick, we were on a four-way conference call.
Paul was very excited about the idea and when we got off the phone, he said he wanted to meet the following week.
You can LISTEN to this interview with jazz and rock music photographer DEBORAH FEINGOLD, whose music photography is collected for the first time in the book MUSIC, by clicking the audio player above!
?Great!? I said.
?Terrific!? my agent said.
The next day, my agent called Paul?s manager to make the arrangements for me to fly to New York City. ?Fly?? the man said. Turned out they assumed I lived in the city.
I was reminded of that story the first time I thumbed through photographer Deborah Feingold?s new collection, Music, when I saw a 1987 shot of Paul lounging in front of?seriously!?a place called Paul?s Lounge.
And later, exploring Deborah?s website, I saw that she also shot the cover for We?ll Be Here for the Rest of Our Lives: A Swingin? Show Biz Saga that Paul eventually wrote with David Ritz.
Both are wonderful shots?like most everything else Deborah does. Pick up her book and you?ll instantly recognize countless images ranging from Madonna (and lollipop) to barefoot Keith Richards, as well as from big jacketed David Byrne to Kid Creole and the Coconuts.
If you?re not a music fan, you probably know a certain book cover Deborah shot featuring a future leader of the free world: The Audacity of Hope by Barack Obama.