The noisy library of New Zealand music
A selection of mostly unseen images from Richard's personal archive, from 1960s Christchurch to Washington D.C. in the 21st Century.
Richard James Burgess (second from right) in one of his first bands in Christchurch, Fred Henry
Quincy Conserve in 1971: Barry Brown-Sharpe, Dave Orams, Malcolm Hayman, Dennis Mason (rear), Richard James Burgess (front), Rufus Rehu and John McCormick.
Landscape, circa 1978
Landscape on a housing estate in London's Elephant and Castle around 1980
Producing Spandau Ballet: Gary Kemp, Steve Norman and Richard James Burgess, 1979/80 - Photo by Jacqui Capron.
Richard James Burgess with Spandau Ballet's Martin Kemp, 1979/80 - Photo by Jacqui Capron.
Richard James Burgess with Spandau Ballet manager Steve Dagger, 1980
Landscape publicity shot, 1981
Richard James Burgess with Barbie Wilde and Tim Dry of Shock. Barbie was in two Landscape videos and Richard produced Shock in 1981.
Richard James Burgess with his Roland MC-4 MicroComposer in 1981
John Hudson and Richard James Burgess in the South Moulton Street Studios, Mayfair, London, 1981
Landscape III - John Walters, Andy Pask and Richard James Burgess
Guitarist Earl Slick, singer John Waite, MTV host J.J. Jackson and Richard James Burgess in 1984
Richard James Burgess producing German band Roman, at Manfred Mann's Workhouse Studio, Old Kent Road, London, 1993. On the right is Roman's singer Ernst Bertram.
Richard James Burgess in Manfred Mann's Workhouse Studio, London, 1993
Dave Grohl with Richard James Burgess at the Smithsonian, 2011.