Exile. The Making of Exile on Main St. - SIGNED - Dominique Tarlé, Keith Richards (foreword) 2001 - Genesis Publications, Guildford - Limited Edition, Number 1233 of 2000 copies Exile documents one blissful six-month stint in the South of France with the Rolling Stones… bound to become a coffee table essential for the rich and fabulous’ – Vogue

The large and lavish photo-documentary of Keith’s residency at Villa Nellcote over the Summer of 1971 where the Stones recorded their legendary double-album
Exile on Main St. in the basement, with an exceptional collection of previously unpublished images by acclaimed French rock photographer Dominique Tarlé, and signed by him. They rank amongst the finest and most revealing ever taken of the Rolling Stones or any rock band. Remarkably, as a body of work the photographs remained unpublished for over thirty years.

‘Exactly 30 years after the Stones' stay at the villa Nellcôte a book of photos is being published – symbolically called
Exile – which narrates this episode with exceptional beauty, snatched poses, fleeting moments. It is an accurate, elegant X-ray into the deep heart of the legend’ – La Repubblica
  Featuring an impressive list of contributors, including Keith Richards, Anita Pallenberg, Bill Wyman, Mick Taylor, Andy Johns, Marshall Chess, Robert Greenfield, Georgia Bergman, June Shelley, Mick McKenna, Astrid Lundström, Sandy Lieberson, Trevor Churchill, Gretchen Parsons Carpenter, Glyn Johns, Dominic Lamblin, and Rene d'Amico.

'Everything revolved around Richards, then stepping out of his role as Jagger's foil to stake his claim as the soul of the Stones. It was Keith's buccaneer spirit that marched proceedings along'
– The Guardian

‘I really think that Exile was Keith's thing. If it hadn't been for Keith the album might never have got made. Keith was the whole thing’ –
Andy Johns, sound engineer, Exile on Main St.

‘I didn't enjoy it at all. Fucking drag it was’ –
Mick Jagger, 1972

One of Genesis’ most prized and desirable ‘Hall of Fame’ limited editions.
Folio (25.5. x 37.5 cm). pp. 248.
  Finely bound in the publisher’s quarter tan morocco over blue cloth, white title label printed in black to front board, all edges gilt. Housed in screen-printed photographic-montage slipcase.   Condition: Fine, in fine slipcase.   Ref: 108176   Price: HK$ 22,000