The Rolling Stones 1972 by Keith Richards

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In 1972, the Rolling Stones marked their first decade as a band with the release of Exile on Main St. and a summer concert tour of America that set new standards for magnificence in live performance. Covering the tour for Life magazine, photographer Jim Marshall captured indelible moments of the Stones in their glory onstage, as well as the camaraderie behind the scenes. Featuring a foreword by Keith Richards, this volume presents Marshall's shots alongside dozens of never-before-seen frames. Stones fans celebrating their fiftieth anniversary will revel in this unprecedented look at one of the biggest rock bands of all time from the photographer who captured them best.

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Jim Marshall (1936-2010) was one of the pioneers of music photojournalism. Keith Richards is a founding member of the Rolling Stones.
Published July 13, 2012 by Chronicle Books LLC. 168 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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"The Rolling Stones 1972" captures the band in their onstage pomp—Mick Jagger in mid-leap, the cuffs of his shimmery velvet jumpsuit flaring, Keith Richards in the glow of a cherry-red spotlight—and offstage torpor.

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