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About a dozen of his pics were then used in a connected LIFE magazine cover story that year. Showing So everything came in," explained Klenfner, who went on to say the word got out from their inner circle of famous friends sharing tour stories, than bartenders learning to make the drink from Mick or Keith Richards. It was the end of an era. Start on.
Sort order. Jun 21, Scott rated it it was amazing. If this book had an specific audio equivalent, I'd say it would have to be the opening twenty-two seconds of the Stones song "Can't You Hear Me Knocking?
Don't know that tune? Please, by all means go seek and savor it, and I dare you to tell me that I'm wrong. I'm listening to it as I type this review, as it sets such a mood.
Hey - Martin Scorsese loves it, too! The Rolling Stones is slight on text, but that's because it's centered on the collection of ro If this book had an specific audio equivalent, I'd say it would have to be the opening twenty-two seconds of the Stones song "Can't You Hear Me Knocking? The Rolling Stones is slight on text, but that's because it's centered on the collection of rock photographer Jim Marshall's work with 'the boys' during their summer of '72 U.
He accompanied them non-stop for about two weeks, mainly during the California portion of their jaunt.
About a dozen of his pics were then used in a connected LIFE magazine cover story that year. One particular image - Keith Richards, attired in a Stones' tongue logo long-sleeved shirt, serenely strumming his guitar backstage - adorned by college dorm wall back in the mid's. You can just about smell the cigarette smoke and hear the clinking of the Jack Daniels bottles. View 2 comments.
Dec 19, Laurie rated it it was amazing. The perfect book of Stones photos!
The Rolling Stones American Tour was a much-publicized and much- written-about concert tour of the United States and Canada in June and July by. The late Jim Marshall was one of rock's greatest photographers, and his pictures of the Rolling Stones in are now on display at the British.
Doesn't get any better than this. Feb 28, Julie rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. A candid look at the Stones, their fans, their sidemen, and their entourage during the '72 tour. Another review notes that Keef is the focus of the book, and I don't disagree, but there are some other great photos: Charlie getting his makeup before the show, Stevie Wonder opening for them at age 22, Jagger reading over Bill Wyman's shoulder on the airplane.
My personal favorite is a shot of the two guitar geniuses, Richards and Taylor, tuning up backstage while their guitar tech looks on intentl A candid look at the Stones, their fans, their sidemen, and their entourage during the '72 tour. My personal favorite is a shot of the two guitar geniuses, Richards and Taylor, tuning up backstage while their guitar tech looks on intently. Kudos to the editor, Michelle Dunn Marsh, for her skill as well.
Jan 25, Sarah rated it it was amazing Shelves: music. Kevin rated it really liked it Jun 01, Alicia Manuel rated it really liked it Sep 27, Michael rated it it was amazing Jul 09, Rob Taber rated it really liked it Feb 19, John rated it it was amazing Nov 06, Robert Sparks rated it it was amazing Aug 20, Dana Fernety rated it liked it Mar 26, Chris rated it it was amazing Jan 14, Glorianne Roccanova rated it really liked it Jun 12, Helen rated it liked it Mar 09, Gus Sanchez rated it it was amazing Jul 19, Reed rated it liked it Feb 29, Diane rated it it was amazing Feb 20, The tour began on 3 June and ended on 26 July with a birthday party for Mick Jagger.
Loneliness on the road. Mick Taylor was the guitarist who replaced Brian Jones and was eventually replaced by Ronnie Wood - seen here on his own in his hotel room practicing his guitar. Charlie Watts famously said being in the Stones was "5 years of working and 20 years of hanging about. Rock critic Robert Christgau wrote that during the tour Jagger was in a playful mood: "undercut[ting] his fabled demonism by playing the clown, the village idiot, the marionette.
The tour was one of the first large scale tours, as we now know them. The partying was excessive and the journalist from the magazine complained to the editor that Jim Marshall was partying with the band more than he was taking pictures - still Jim got the cover shot and a big photo feature and hundreds of great pictures.
I have to have total access, be allowed where I want, when I want and do my thing the way I do.
While touring the States the band still found time to get into the studio to cut new material to capitalise on Mick and Keith's peerless creative streak. He caught us with our trousers down and got the ups and downs. I love his work, which must have been frustrating to do at times.
But that is what happens on gigs like this. Wonderful work, and a great guy. The Altamont free concert, where a fan had been killed by a Hell's Angel, continued to haunt the band. Due to a rumoured bounty from the Hells Angels calling for Jagger to be assassinated, Richards carried a. The backstage area is very basic, no glamour, trestle tables and bowls of fruit. Everyone in one room, and at this point they were the biggest band in the world.