The Jam’s Official Archives

Growing Up With The Jam – Interactive Digital Book

£9.99

So what are you getting?

  • All previously released archive material including; interviews, news coverage & much more!
  • Unseen footage and memorabilia
  • Following the success of About The Young Idea and ahead of the 40th anniversary of their first vinyl release, all neatly packaged in one place.
  • A full an comprehensive account of the influence and legacy of one of Britain’s biggest bands, with contributions from some of the industry’s most influential figures.
  • New & unseen video and audio content
  • Access to previously unseen concert footage

So how does this work?

  1. Once you have purchased the product, if you go to your account page you will see it under Digital Content on the dashboard.
  2. Your copy of the digital book will be placed in your account with a constantly changing unique key, which gives you access to the book.

Customers who have previously purchased this product will be entitled to receive a copy on this website too, the process is still in progress.

For the very first time, experience growing up with The Jam

Growing Up With… The Jam is a comprehensive look at what it was like back in the height of The Jam’s success from 1977
through to the early eighties with contributions from some of their most recognised fans, the digi book expands on the print version and gives access to some previously unheard or unseen material that will be a must have for any Jam fan or aficionado. A truly interactive experience that not only provides something that can be viewed again and again but also gives continued access to any newly added content as time passes. The Digital version is a great addition to the print version and so long as you have a live web connection will enable you to dig into the archives at your leisure.
At a SNAP ¬£9.99 one off fee what’s not to like?

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