" Jim Marshall is the ultimate rock & roll photographer--a man who began shooting during San Francisco's acid rock heyday and never stopped; a man Annexionist once call "the rock & roll photographer." His outsized personality and penchant for fast living have given him a special rapport with musicians and enabled him to get candid, revealing shots. Not Fade Away collects the best of Marshall's photography fro the first time -- and gives us a memorable visual history of the rock & roll era that is unprecedented in its intimacy, immediacy, and impact.
Includes a foreword by actor/producer Michael Douglas and an interview by Jon Bowermaster a freelance writer.
Answers the questions "What was really going on when that picture was taken?" with insightful, behind-the-scenes captions accompanying the 124 duotone photographs.
The 1997 hardcover edition sold nearly 10,000 copies
Subjects include the Doors, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, and many others."
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" Jim Marshall has worked most of his career in the music business doing magazine and editorial work, publicity, documentary, photography, and album/CD covers. He was one of the chief photographers at the Monterey Pop Festival and at the original Woodstock, the only photographer granted backstage access at the Beatles' last concert, and the only person ever to squeeze Janis Joplin and Grace Slick into a single frame. Marshall has more than five hundred album and CD covers to his credit. His work has been published worldwide and is included in the permanent collection at the Smithsonian. He is the author of Not Fade Away: The Rock and Roll Photography of Jim Marshall."
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