Frank Zappa. Art Kane

My novel "Hippie Drum" is inspired by experiences like this. Frank Zappa - the master

Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd, (L-R: Nick Mason, Dave Gilmour, Roger Waters and Rick Wright) pose for a publicity shot circa

The clash- Pennie Smith

18 The Clash London Calling The best record to come out of punk. In this double album, The Clash fused their rockabilly roots with their love of reggae,This was the album that legitimised punk into the rock canon. Its iconic cover, and songs abou

Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan: Barry Feinstein Howard Alk Leaning on Car (background), Aust-Ferry, England, 1966 gelatin silver print

Neil Young Album cover

Neil Young: Neil Young - sounds very much like an album by a former member of the Buffalo Springfield. Good, but (a) missing the chemistry between the members of that band and (b) not nearly as good as his next bunch of albums.

The Clash

The Clash - Topper Headon, Joe Strummer, Paul Simonon, Mick Jones

Bob Dylan

The protest days were long ago: Bob Dylan and Suze Rotolo in Greenwich Village, in Photograph: Ted Russell


Bob Dylan, 1965 - the woman at the door is Sarah Lownds, his girlfriend and soon to be his wife

Bob Dylan

I am so loving the release of proof sheets from iconic shoots. The flow of the session is so much more dramatic thanviewing on screen computer galleries. Shooting Film: Contact Sheets of Iconic Photos of Bob Dylan by Don Hunstein in 1963