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Talk: What is Your One LP?

What is your One LP? An accompanying talk about The One LP Project: Re-imagining the music based photographic portrait

If you had to choose just one record that captured your love of music, what would it be?  

That's exactly the challenge William Ellis and Tim Wall set musicians and tastemakers on the scene from the three key genres of jazz, soul and reggae, for a major photographic portrait project. This illustrated talk is based upon William's photographs in themed exhibitions of One LP, One 45 and One Love. 

William is an internationally renowned music photographer and Tim a respected professor of popular music studies, together they have developed a decade-long project to capture the role of seminal records in the lives of musicians.  

Vinyl records remain central to the jazz, soul and reggae music cultures, and the photographs and interviews reveal some important insights into the way music becomes part of who we are. It also allows us to reflect on the ways in which star musicians are also music fans and how photography can reimagine our own relationship to music and the people who create it.  

William's photographs and interviews with leading musicians represent a journey into another's soul through the album or single that each artist selects to discuss their past, present and future.  

If you want to find out what records Marcus Miller, Gregory Porter, Sister Carol, Eddi Reader and Johnny Marr chose, which Miles Davis records his former band members chose, and what they all had to say about their choices, this is a 'must attend' event in the festival. 

This talk is supported by an exhibition of One LP portraits and interviews at the HVF Hang Out.

Preview - One LP Project

Times: 11:30-12:30
Location: Phil, Van Beinumzaal
This session is accessible for Vinyl Culture and Weekend Pass ticket holders, available here.

Date: 01·10
Time: 11:30 - 12:30
Location: PHIL - Van Beinumzaal