The Rolling Stones: On Camera, Off Guard 1963-69

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Pavilion, 2009 - Music - 208 pages
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Still going strong after 40 years, The Rolling Stones have proved themselves to be the ultimate rock band. While we are familiar with images of the band from the last 20 or so years, this book takes a pictorial journey back to roots of rock stardom and to a long-lost age of innocence in the music industry.

Featuring over 200 pages of extremely rare photographs – most never previously published – as well as a DVD of fantastic Stones footage, this book presents fascinating behind-the-scenes action from the life of the band during the ‘60s.

From the very first studio photos of the band taken for Mirabelle magazine to pictures of Mick jumping on a piano at the Isle of Man anniversary in 1965, these images provide a compelling new look at some of our most familiar rock faces. Interviews with many of the photographers responsible for the images and additional background from the author complete this must-have record of The Stones in action

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About the author (2009)

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. Mark is also the author of Pavilion's The Beatles On Camera, Off Guard, The Rolling Stones On Camera, Off Guard, and Queen On Camera, Off Guard. 

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