Jim Marshall: Mick Jagger looking out airplane window, Los Angeles, 1972

£ 1465

Archival silver gelatin photograph made from Jim Marshall’s original negative in a limited edition of 25. A stamped numbered estate print issued by the Jim Marshall Estate on 16×20 inch paper.

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While Bill Wyman plays with one of Robert Franks Super 8 cameras, Jagger settles in for the short ride between Los Angeles and San Diego. Photographer and filmmaker Robert Frank was hired by Jagger to document the tour. The resulting film, Cocksucker Blues, was never

approved for public release. Frank encouraged the band to use his Super 8 cameras to get them comfortable with filming and being filmed.

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