The Rolling Stones 1972
The world's greatest rock 'n' roll band meets the world's best rock photographer. Shot by Marshall for Life Magazine while touring with the band on their monumental 1972 tour, this collection captures both photographer and band at the height of their powers, not to mention the decadence, debauchery and glory that defined 70s rock. From unbelievable glimpses of backstage parties to iconic onstage images, it's clear why Marshall's reputation is legendary. Featuring an insider forward by Keith Richards and packed with never-before-seen material, this is a sterling look at one of the most inspiration bands of all time.
The Stones + Jim Marshall: the band that defined rock and roll, from the photographer who captured it best. ; This book brings together two legends. The band remains phenomenally popular and Jim Marshall's books brings serious art photography to perennially beloved subject matter. ; This is the first posthumous collection from Marshall's estate and is packed with never-before-seen material. ; A Landmark volume with tons of crossover appeal; Stones fans, rock and rollers, Marshall's followers, photography lovers and cultural history buffs of all stripes will be entranced by this sneak peek into rock history. ; Jim Marshall is hailed as a pioneer of rock photography in both music and art circles. ; Keith Richards is founding member and guitarist of the Stones and a rock god in his own right.