Author(s): Mark Hayward
For more than 40 years, the Rolling Stones have proved themselves as one of history's greatest rock bands. This nostalgic anthology takes a pictorial journey back to the roots of the group's rock stardom and captures a long-lost age of music industry innocence. Featuring an extensive selection of extremely rare photographs--most never previously published--this is a fascinating, behind-the-scenes look at the band during the 1960s. Selections, including the very first studio photos taken for "Mirabelle" magazine and pictures of Mick jumping on a piano at the Isle of Man anniversary show in 1965, are accompanied by interviews with many of the photographers. A DVD featuring found footage of the band completes this intimate look at the Stones in action.
Book in very good condition, in worn dustjacket
Mark Hayward is an established collector of music and popular culture photography and memorabilia, who has gathered an unrivalled collection of material over the last 25 years. His previous books include The Beatles Unseen (Orion 2005) and The Rolling Stones, The Ronnie Wood Story.