Face It: A Memoir
by Debbie Harry
✅ Editor: HarperCollins Publishers
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The saliva and sweat of the new york Punk scene for the glamour and Polish of the New Wave of success, Debbie Harry has relentlessly maintained his invincible aura of cool. For the first time, Blondie’s enigmatic frontwoman breaks her silence about her turbulent journey of a world-famous sex symbol and the depth of dependency and failure. A compelling portrait of a music icon. As a musician, an actor, a muse, an icon, the amplitude of Debbie Harry’s impact on our culture has been matched by his almost Sphinx-like reticence of his inner life. Through all of this – despite being recognized as one of the most beautiful women in the world, appreciated by a galaxy of important photographers and fashion designers, loved by legions of fans for his relentless, high-octane performance, sales of 50 million albums, or to be painted by Andy Warhol – debbie harry has given her perennial Blondie person with a heady mix of raw sexuality and sophisticated punk cool. In your Face, Debbie Harry invites us into the complexity of who she is and how her life and career have played over the past seven decades. The standard inclination of music book of memories, with cutting-edge style line with the peculiarities of its multi-discipline, art, Face, It includes a thought of the introduction to Chris Stein, rare personal photos, original illustrations, fan works, art installations and more. Peppered with colorful characters, the Face, Is equipped with all from the band Blondie came up with the 1970s music scene, The Ramones, Television, Talking Heads, Iggy Pop and David Bowie, artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat, Marina AbramoviÄ, and H. R. Giger of Alien fame. Explore her successful acting career (she starred in more than 30 film roles, including David Cronenberg’s Videodrome and John Waters ‘ Hairspray), its the end of the week with William S. Burroughs and his attempted abduction by serial killer Ted Bundy. That they go by the hardscrabble grit and grime of the early New York years of glorious comme…
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