Blondie (Debbie Harry)
A Unique Image from A Behind Closed Doors Performance
(dot): Pictured at the microphone, in dark sunglasses, a unique photograph mounted in a black frame.
Taken shortly after the release of the group's ninth studio album, Panic of Girls, in 2011 and at the age of sixty-five, this unique photograph is a superb souvenir of Debbie Harry's lasting genius.
This Fusion DOT is indivisible bundle comprising the following items (1-4) only:
1) Physical Items:
A unique, high quality framed poster size print (22 x 15")
2) Digital Item:
The unique and original high resolution file as captured by professional photographers working under service contracts for Live From Abbey Road
File Format: JPEG
File Size: 8.01 MB
3) Intellectual Property Rights:
Copyright in the image (as described in this description and corresponding to the matching Physical Items and Digital Item set out above) to be assigned from the current holder to the buyer that gives the right to reproduce or exploit the image.
A digital ownership token (DOT) to be held in a Binance compatible online digital wallet, associated with items 1-3 identified above.
Notes: Between the years 2006 and 2012, Abbey Road Studios hosted one hundred and forty of the finest musicians from around the world. These hallowed grounds facilitated the most intimate of performances - the groups playing to one another for the sheer pleasure of their music as opposed to a paying audience of thousands.
Photographed by studio professionals, the images offered below are unique representations of the otherwise unseen magic of these one-time performances. For musicians so familiar to the big stage, performances such as these at Abbey Road Studios are a rare moment of purity and clarity. For fans of music, performance and the arts, no better record exists of this intimate artistic impression.