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The Image That Made Me Weep


In this series we invite a different guest with each edition to write of a music photograph that has had a strong impact on them.

Queen - (2021)
Queen - The Image That Made Me Weep

In 'The Image That Made Me Weep', in which a different writer with each edition writes of the impact of a photo or an image on them, Fiona Hutchings reflects on a photo of Queen at Live Aid.


John Lennon - (2021)
John Lennon - The Image That Made Me Weep

In 'The Image That Made Me Weep, Lisa Torem writes of a life-sized statue of John Lennon that she discovered while visiting Havana.


Joy Division - (2021)
Joy Division - The Image That Made Me Weep

In this month's 'The Image That Made Me Weep' column, Dave Goodwin takes us on a deeply personal journey into a black-and-white picture of Joy Division's Ian Curtis


Black Sabbath - (2020)
Black Sabbath - The Image That Made Me Weep

Dodson and Fogg's Chris Wade in 'The Image That Made Me Weep' writes of a poster of Black Sabbath that he had as a ten-year old child.


Status Quo - (2020)
Status Quo - The Image That Made Me Weep

In ‘The Image That Made Me Weep’ Malcolm Carter reflects upon a photo taken at a Status Quo gig he attended with his son in 2009.


David Bowie - (2020)
David Bowie - The Image That Made Me Weep

In 'The Image That Made Me Weep' special guest Moon Under Water vocalist Audrey Eade writes about David Bowie and her memories of seeing Ziggy Stardust at his last show.


Doug Hoekstra - (2020)
Doug Hoekstra - The Image That Made Me Weep

Nashville-based musician and writer Doug Hoekstra in 'The Image That Made Me Weep' writes of the redisoovery of a reel to reel tape recorder on which he made much of his early music in his late father's house


Who - (2020)
Who - The Image That Made Me Weep

In 'The Image That Made Me Weep' John Clarkson reflects on a photograph of The Who taken backstage after their performance at Live Aid.


Mott The Hoople - (2020)
Mott The Hoople - The Image That Made Me Weep

As part of our series 'The Image That Made Me Weep', we are inviting a different guest with each edition to write of a music photograph that has had an impact on them. Idiot Son frontman Andy Thompson writes of a 2009 Mott The Hoople reunion gig and a photograph from his own collection.


Joy Division - (2020)
Joy Division - The Image That Made Me Weep

In our series 'The Image That Made Me Weep', in which a different one of our writers or photographers writes of a favourite photograph, Cila Warncke reflects on a photograph by Anton Corbijn of Joy Division at Lancaster Gate Underground Station in November 1979.


Sigur Ros - (2020)
Sigur Ros - The Image That Made Me Weep

In our series 'The Image That Made Me Weep', in which a different one of our writers or photographers reflects on a favourite image, Keith How writes of the video for Sigur Ros's 'Olsen Olsen'.


Prince - (2020)
Prince - The Image That Made Me Weep

In our new series 'The Image That Made Me Weep', in which a different one of our writers or photographers will be reflecting on a favourite photograph, Nicky Crewe writes of a photo taken by Melanie Smith of Mudkiss Photography at a small club gig by Prince in Manchester.


Isley Brothers - (2020)
Isley Brothers - The Image That Made Me Weep

As part of our new series 'The Image That Made Me Weep', we are inviting a different guest with each edition to write of a music photograph that has had an impact on them. Scottish singer-songwriter Roy Moller writes of a 1960 photo of the Isley Brothers which also features his photographer father.


Clash - (2020)
Clash - The Image That Made Me Weep

In the first of our new series 'The Image That Made Me Weep', in which a different one of our writers or photographers will be reflecting on a favourite photograph, Andrew Twambley writes of a photo taken at a life-changing Clash gig he attended at the legendary Liverpool venue Eric's.


Billie Holiday - (2020)
Billie Holiday - The Image That Made Me Weep

As part of our new series 'The Image That Made Me Weep', we are inviting a different guest with each edition to write of a music photograph that has had a strong impact on them. Robert 'Hacker' Jessett, the frontman with Morton Valence, writes of a photograph of Billie Holiday.







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