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Love the sixties? Still love the old world?

A fine place to kick off is with the archive of British photographer David Wedgbury, who worked with The Who, The Rolling Stones, Marianne Faithfull, Small Faces, Eric Clapton, David Bowie, Tom Jones, and even a young Julio Iglesius. It wasn’t just the well known – he also worked with criminally obscure bands such as The Mockingbirds, who cut fine a image (as well as some fine vinyl). Out of everything that we offer, the photographs of his that we love best are not actually of anyone famous: they are a pair of Cavern Club scenes, showing a bunch of teenage boys / teenage girls in the line for a concert by The Big Three in 1963, the guys pictured here, in a shot from their ‘Live at The Cavern’ EP cover shoot.

Limited editions are available in a range of sizes, starting at under GBP 100 for a limited edition photograph.

Check out a great selection of his photographs here.

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