The Cure - Seventeen Seconds
Label: Polydor - 2442 174
Comes in glossy picture sleeve with plain white paper inner.
Soon after the release of their second album, Seventeen Seconds, The Cure became a world famous band, due to their single ‘A Forest’.
Now it’s 40 years after they formed the band and in 2019 The Cure will headline many big festivals in Europe.
Robert Smith, The Cure, Melkweg, Amsterdam, 12-12-1979
This black&white photo is digitallised from the original negative of a 135mm film roll.
The photo is embossed by a stamp in the down right corner on the front
It’s a genuine Lab photo print.
size photo paper: 20 x 30 cm
image size: 17,5 x 26,5 cm
condition: new vintage
embossed stamp: Marc Tilli Photography Amsterdam
Robert Smith (singer) of the English New Wave band The Cure, in concert in Melkweg (Milky Way) Amsterdam 12-12-1979.
The concert was held in the only concert hall of the Milky Way at that time. This small hall could fit about 400 people, but just 200 visitors attended. This concert was recorded for broadcasting on Dutch radio for KRO.
This photo shows a young Robert Smith, without any make-up and gothic haircut, that became part of his image when he turned into a famous pop star.
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