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"The Rolling Stones' 1972 American tour was bigger than anything that had come before it. [Jim] Marshall, who covered the tour for "Life" magazine, got complete access to the band, and the stunning images in this collection show the Stones in all their strung-out "Exile on Main Street"-era splendor-- recording in Los Angeles, chilling backstage and strutting across some very lucky concert stages." -Rolling Stone magazine

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Jim Marshall's photographs adorn more than five hundred album covers, spanning everyone from Johnny Cash to Miles Davis. His cover photograph for Life from this tour of a white jump-suited Jagger remains one of the enduring portraits of the master showman. Marshall, who died in 2012 at 74, is widely celebrated as the premiere music photographer, a pioneer of the genre. His portfolio includes photos of virtually every major musician of the era, not only from the early days of rock 'n' roll but including its roots in jazz, blues and country. 'With an imposing presence and gruff, forceful personality, Mr. Marshall was something of a rock star himself,' said the New York Times in his obituary. Keith Richards, The Rolling Stones (founded 1962) have influenced international culture over the last fifty years through their music.

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better than a thousand words 27. August 2012
Von TheTumblingDice - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
Treasures from the 1972 north American tour keep trickling in. The joy of finally having these photos in a quality book at a reasonable price is balanced by the sigh of bewilderment that it took so long. These are wonderful images, and some say more than the proverbial 1,000 words. Most pages have only one photo per page, but in many cases one photo spans two pages and is ruined by the crease. The captions aren't all correct, but the editor admits that they are still researching that aspect. The woman standing stage left with the bowls of rose petals is not explained; would have been nice if they had mentioned that Mick liked to toss rose petals on the audience and the stage in the closing number (in later years he would toss buckets of water). One image is labeled Midnight Rambler, but there are rose petals on the stage, so it's more likely Street Fighting Man which closed most of the shows. Thanks to everyone who worked to get this book produced. My hope is that a book with images from Nellcote summer of 1971 and the other photographers who worked the 1972 tour will be published.
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Classy book of a classic rock n roll tour 24. Juli 2012
Von dr johnson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
This is a very nice little book. Wonderful photos that evoke a special time. Some of the captions are perhaps wrong - in the description of venues - but that does not detract from the images which are themselves splendid. Jim Marshall was a wonderful guy and this book is a nice memory for me of the man and his work.
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Wonderful Work of Art! 26. Juli 2012
Von J.Abel - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Jim Marshall, what a legend! It's so great to see a collection of his work in one place. The beautiful images in this book capture this amazing period of music and history. What a treat to get a behind-the-scenes perspective through the eyes of Mr. Marshall.
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Nearly 90 previously unpublished Marshall "Stones" photos in a "downsized" photo book 12. Oktober 2012
Von Steve Ramm - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
When photographer Jim Marshall died in 2010, the music world lost a great chronologist of the last part of the 20th century. Marshall not only shot covers for record albums (Miles Davis, The Doors) but captured live performances and backstage moments in both the rock and jazz field. ("Jim Marshall Jazz" is a book I return to every so often.

This new posthumous book is being released by Chronicle Books (who published four previous Marshall books) to tie into the 50th anniversary of The Rolling Stones. Editor Michelle Dunn Marsh was given access to over 1,000 Marshall photos (held by Amelia Marsh, beneficiary of Marshall's estate) and chose 100 images for this 168-page book. Only 10 of them had ever been published before.

When I think of Marshall's previous books I think of "coffee table" books (you know, those large size hardbound volumes). Well this book might best be described as a "coffee table book for those with small coffee tables". Though hardbound, with a glossy laminated cover, it's just 7 by 8 inches in size. The images are great and fun to see when you try to contain Keith and Mick (especially Mick!) in such a small image, it drops the power of the photo. And some of the shots are powerful (I would expect no less of Marshall.). The photos are divided into three sections: The L.A. recording Sessions (for "Exile on Main Street"), "Behind the Scenes" and "Performances". There is an introductory section (7 pages of text) by Joel Selvin (a long time Marshall friend), who also wrote the captions. I guess both Marsh and Selvin are not enough marquee names to be even mentioned on the cover (neither front or back) but they should be. Instead we are presented on the front with the words "Foreword by Keith Richards" in typeface the same size as Marshall's name. Richards is a man of few words here; The one page of text totals just 70 words!

This is a must book for long-time stones fans, who will put on their Lps as a soundtrack to looking through it. Those who know Marshall's work will know what to expect and maybe a few Stones fans will discover the other volumes of Marshall photography out there. I just keep thinking of the "downsizing" of the coffee table photo book..

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Steve Ramm
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Beautiful 14. August 2012
Von ChelseaD - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Jim Marshall's photos have always shown the wild 72 US Tour of the Stones in glorious, glossy shots. So many of his pics are classics, and we've seen them hundreds of times, in books and mags. I guess JM made sure that we get mostly previosuly unseen photos here, and I appreciate that. Nice backstage shots. And not only of Jagger and Keith, but Wyman and Charlie too. The only odd part about the book is the small size.
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