The Rolling Stones Through a Whole New Lens
By Edited by Chris Murray
Insight Editions, $34.99, 144 pages
The Rolling Stones have rocked our hearts for over five decades now, without evolving much of their sound. Yet we still flock to see them, buy their latest songs, and sing along with them on the radio. They are a cornerstone of Rock and Roll history and will be for many years to come. Whether you’re a fan or just know their songs, you have to admit it’s a phenomenal feat that they’ve lasted this long. Rolling Stones – 50 X 20 takes you on tour with this London band since 1962 through the lens of the various photographers over the years. A compilation of photographers such as; Michael Joseph, Eddie Kramer, Barry Feinstein and Mark Weiss share their own experiences with the Stones along with the pictures they most treasure. We get to go back stage, behind the scenes, and share moments in their lives with other music legends such as Jimmy Hendrix and Bob Marley.
Beautifully orchestrated, this excellent coffee table book will steal your guests away and make you the envy of your friends!
Reviewed By M. Chris Johnson