Credits & Acknowledgements

This site was created using a WordPress theme that does not easily let me add credits and acknowledgements to all images. In particular the design for the front page content slider does not allow for credits to be detailed alongside the images. Credits and acknowledgements are detailed below by post title (in italics) and category (in brackets). The list below is ordered by date of post (with most recent post first).

Magnetic North (in News). The image on the front page and main image on the news story is from The Police Reunion Tour © Randy Miramontez | Dreamstime.com

Bowie and Berlin (in News). By John Scanlan.

Gabriel’s World (in News). By John Scanlan, based on ‘Blank Billboard’ © Stepan Popov | Dreamstime.com

Leonard Cohen, Mt. Baldy ’96 (in News). The image on the front page is a screengrab from the documentary, Leonard Cohen Portrait by Armelle Brusq.

Neil Young: American Traveller (in News). The image on the front page is a screengrab from the 1979 Neil Young and Crazy Horse movie, Rust Never Sleeps.

Road Music (in News). The image on the front page is a screengrab from the film, O Brother Where Art Thou, and the story features another screengrab from the film Gimme Shelter.

Remixology (in Titles). Screengrab from the video, ‘Lionpulse Sound System Construction’ on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdB7Yv9mXi4

Nick Drake ( in Titles). Detail from book jacket  on front page, and full cover on post page: ‘Nick Drake’ by Nathan Wiseman-Trowse. Courtesy Reaktion Books.

Tango (Glasgow Herald) (in Reviews). ‘Immigrants in Buenos Aires at the turn of the 20th century.’ Used by permission of Project Gutenberg.

Hendrix Soundscapes (in News). Photograph of album cover over magazine advert. Record company promotional materials. Photo by G. Linked from blog, According to G.

New York New Wave (in 2014-15 Titles). Thumbnail photograph of Richard Hell (on front page) taken from TV broadcast; image of record cover The Neon Boys, ‘That’s All I Know’ (on post page) from collection of John Scanlan / Reverb.

Tango Emerges (in Extracts). Front page content slider image: Tango dancers Diego Blanco and Ana Padron in Miami, Florida / Tango for All Dance Company. Content owners have been contacted for permission. Images used in blog post are Public Domain.

Meanings of Music in Brazilian Culture (in Audio). Front page content slider image is a screengrab from the movie Black Orpheus (dir: Marcel Camus, 1959). The image of David Treece on the post page is a screen grab from a video produced by Kings College, London.

Sweet Tides(in MovingPics). The image on the front page content slider / used in thumbnail is a screen grab from the featured video, ‘Sweet Tides’ by Thievery Corporation.

Latest Reverb Titles (in News). Images by John Scanlan / Reverb.

I’m Ready (in MovingPics). The thumbnail image is a screen grab from the featured video, ‘I’m Ready’ by Caveman.

Suspended Animation (in Extracts). Front page content slider image:  ‘View of the sugarloaf in Rio de Janeiro’ © Celso Diniz | Dreamstime.com

Comes a Time (in MovingPics). The thumbnail image is a screengrab from the featured video, ‘Comes a Time’ by Neil Young.

Brazilian Jive (in Titles). Detail from book jacket on front page, and full cover on post page: ‘Brazilian Jive’ by David Treece. Courtesy Reaktion Books.

Tango (in Titles). Detail from book jacket on front page, and full cover on post page: ‘Tango’ by Mike Gonzalez and Marianella Yanes. Courtesy Reaktion Books.

The Voice of MTV (in News). The thumbnail image is a screengrab of Martha Quinn from an MTV broadcast, and the post page features and embedded screenshot of a tweet from @MarthaQuinn (Twitter).

Let’s Shake Hands (in MovingPics). Front page content slider image is a screengrab from the movie Under Great White Northern Skies, The White Stripes 2010.

The Beatles in Hamburg (in Titles). Detail from book jacket on front page, and full cover on post page: ‘The Beatles in Hamburg’ by Ian Inglis. Courtesy Reaktion Books.

Van Halen (in Titles). Detail from book jacket on front page, and full cover on post page: ‘Van Halen’ by John Scanlan. Courtesy Reaktion Books.

Discothèque (in 2014-15 Titles). The thumbnail image is a screengrab from the film The Last Days of Disco (dir: Whit Stillman).

Money, It’s What I Want (in Audio). The front page slider image and thumbnail is ‘Itunes billboard advertising’ © Darwinsm81 | Dreamstime.com

Crosby & Mitchell (in Rants + Raves). The thumbnail is a screenshot of Joni Mitchell, from the BBC documentary, ‘Hotel California: LA from the Byrds to the Eagles’.

I Am … Iron Bloke (in Rants + Raves). The thumbnail is a screenshot from the BBC Two TV programme, ‘Heart By-Pass: Jonathan Meades in Birmingham’, produced in 1998.

Bob Dylan (in Titles 2014-15). The thumbnail image and image on the post page is titled ‘Bob Dylan riding on motorcycle in street, with another man seated behind him’. From a feature originally published in LOOK magazine, and now held in the Library of Congress. Credit: LOOK Magazine Photograph Collection, Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Reproduction number LCUSZ62310.

Turn to the Right (in MovingPics). The thumbnail is a screen grab from the featured video, ‘Turn to the Right’ by Spirit, from a performance on BBC TV ‘The Old Grey Whistle Test’, 1981.

Taking a Trip (in Rants + Raves). The front page slider image and thumbnail is ‘SUNSET BOULEVARD BRIDGE OVER SILVER LAKE BOULEVARD. LOOKING NORTH’, 2001. By Brian Grogan / Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. Reproduction number HAER CA-271-11. The blog post features an image of traffic at San Vicente and Sunset Blvd, 1968 (photographer unknown); an image featuring Warner Bros Record producers Waronker, Wickham, Templeman, Titleman and Cale, 1972, which is from the collection of John Scanlan / Reverb; and newspaper clippings about John Lennon / Harry Nilsson from 1974.

Southern Journeys (in Audio). The image on the post page and the thumbnail are: ‘Alan Lomax playing guitar on stage at the Mountain Music Festival, Asheville, N.C.’ (Photographer unknown; Date c. 1938-1950). Used by permission of the Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. Reproduction number LC-DIG-ppmsc-00433.

Ghosts of Electricity (in Audio). The image on the front page slider is of the Radisson Hotel, Manchester (formerly The Free Trade Hall), 2013, by John Scanlan / Reverb.

Kraftwerk and Germany (in 2014-15 Titles). Image of Kraftwerk in shadow. Credit: © Silvijo Selman | Dreamstime.com

Like a Rolling Stone (in Rants + Raves). The image on the front page slider of Mick Jagger is a DVD screengrab from the movie Gimme Shelter (dir: David and Albert Maysles, 1970).

 

MP3 files used on this site are either embedded from the original source, or are recordings from the collection of John Scanlan / Reverb and are reproduced here for purposes of fostering scholarship on themes related to the aims of the REVERB series. Should you be the copyright owner of a file and wish to have it removed, please email me for immediate removal.

John Scanlan, Series Editor, REVERB. Email: johnscanlan AT reaktionbooks.co.uk