Marking the 40th anniversary of their 1981 album Moving Pictures, Canadian prog-rock band Rush will release some photo outtakes from the album sessions for charity.
Proceeds from sales of the special anniversary collection of photographs will go to Grapes for Humanity to support the Genius 100 Foundation’s Gift of Sight Campaign and the Himalayan Cataract Project.
“I’m very thankful to Deborah for generously making these rare photographs available to our fans, the proceeds of which will help bring sight to the sightless,” said Rush lead singer Geddy Lee.
The photographs, captured by Deborah Samuel during the album sessions, have never been made public.
The ultra-limited-edition curated Deborah Samuel Collection includes three alternate front album covers, three alternate back album covers, and twelve alternate interior album art photographs of both Lee and Alex Lifeson taken from the original Moving Pictures photo shoot.
(Photo: The Deborah Samuel Collection)
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