For more than 40 years, the Rolling Stones have proved themselves as one of history’s greatest rock bands. This nostalgic anthology takes a pictorial journey back to the roots of the group’s rock stardom and captures a long-lost age of music industry innocence. The book has 208 pages featuring an extensive selection of extremely rare photographs—most never previously published—this is a fascinating, behind-the-scenes look at the band during the 1960s. Selections, including the very first studio photos taken for Mirabelle magazine and pictures of Mick jumping on a piano at the Isle of Man anniversary show in 1965, are accompanied by interviews with many of the photographers. A DVD featuring found footage of the band completes this intimate look at the Stones in action.
Published by Pavilion in early November