Eel Pie Publishing
|Publishing, music production|
|Headquarters||Richmond, London, England|
|Products||music studios, music publishing, music retail, book publishing, book retail|
Eel Pie Publishing is a publishing house founded by musician and author Pete Townshend in 1977, and named after Eel Pie Island. It is part of the Eelpie Group of Companies including Eel Pie Recording Production Ltd., which was set up in 1970 by Pete Townshend.
The principal activities of the group of companies are music studios, recording and publishing. It used to have a website, but it is now closed.
- In 1979 or 1980, Eel Pie published a version of Vivian Stanshall's Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, edited by his wife Ki Longfellow-Stanshall, with stills from the film of the same title.
- Carr, Roy; Murray, Charles Shaar (1981). Bowie: An Illustrated Record. New York / London: Avon / Eel Pie Publishing. ISBN 0-380-77966-8. OCLC 7862636.
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