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Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: RobberBride ()
Date: March 26, 2014 15:38

Can somebody please help me find out more about these images?
Thanks to all photo-detectives in advance smiling smiley
(Will update as mysteries are solved)


Michael Cooper shot this one. Where is it from? UPDATE: possibly from Morocco (Thanks Philip!)


Bianca, Mick, Bobby and Jim by the mobile truck @ Nellcote. Who shot it?


UPDATE:The following are from the "Goodbye To Britain" Tour of early 71. Photo: Dominique Tarle (Thanks to Deeppurple)





Update: Anita and Marlon shot by Stu






Where? Shot by whom?


Who shot this and where is it from? Update: Tour of 71. Credit: Tarle


In Tony Sanchez book "Up and down..." he takes credit for all images except a few. However, several of them is definitely not shot by him. Are these clamied by other photographers than Tony?:
















These images are also by "Tony", but he is in all of them himself. It could be his camera. IS the photocredit correct?





Some stray shots, some of them from screendumps?? UPDATE: Videomateriale from "Stones in Exile"


Possibly by Michael Copper in Morocco but the same clothes as in the Tony Sanchez images:


Anita. When? Where? UPDATE: Videomateriale from "Stones in Exile"



Bianca...possibly screencaps:UPDATE: Videomateriale from "Stones in Exile"



Keith in pool by Michael Cooper. When? UPDATE: 1969




Edited 7 time(s). Last edit at 2014-03-29 15:11 by RobberBride.

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: deeppurple ()
Date: March 26, 2014 17:26

3-9 are from the '71 tour of the UK.

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: His Majesty ()
Date: March 26, 2014 17:55

Quote
RobberBride
Can somebody please help me find out more about these images?
Thanks to all photo-detectives in advance smiling smiley
(Will update as mysteries are solved)


Michael Cooper shot this one. Where is it from?
[s321.photobucket.com]

This is a photo of Jagger from Morocco 1967.

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The Brian Jones Resource



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2014-03-26 17:56 by His Majesty.

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: rockstones ()
Date: March 26, 2014 18:39

NICE PHOTOS ON THIS THREAD!!!!THANKS

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: TornAndFried ()
Date: March 27, 2014 03:50

Yes, very nice photos. Some of which I have not seen before. Bianca looks so young here. Anita too...although you can start seeing the effect drugs were having on her. What a great period this was for them.

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: RobberBride ()
Date: March 27, 2014 10:01

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deeppurple
3-9 are from the '71 tour of the UK.
Thanks! You mean all the party-images?

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: with sssoul ()
Date: March 27, 2014 10:37

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RobberBride
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deeppurple
3-9 are from the '71 tour of the UK.
Thanks! You mean all the party-images?

Those look a lot more like a backstage scenario than a party.

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: TornAndFried ()
Date: March 27, 2014 12:44

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with sssoul
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RobberBride
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deeppurple
3-9 are from the '71 tour of the UK.
Thanks! You mean all the party-images?

Those look a lot more like a backstage scenario than a party.

What's the difference? smiling smiley

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: RobberBride ()
Date: March 27, 2014 19:28

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TornAndFried
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with sssoul
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RobberBride
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deeppurple
3-9 are from the '71 tour of the UK.
Thanks! You mean all the party-images?

Those look a lot more like a backstage scenario than a party.

What's the difference? smiling smiley
He he. There probably weren´t too much of a difference. But yeah withsssoul, it could have been backstage somewhere smiling smiley
Do you remember where you have that info from Deeppurple?

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: deeppurple ()
Date: March 27, 2014 21:36

Yes. A book called 'Rolling Stones' edited by David Dalton. Came out in '72.The article first appeared in Rolling Stone magazine. 'Goodbye Great Britain' by Robert Greenfield. The book is a collection of articles loaded with fantastic photos.

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: RobberBride ()
Date: March 27, 2014 22:29

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deeppurple
Yes. A book called 'Rolling Stones' edited by David Dalton. Came out in '72.The article first appeared in Rolling Stone magazine. 'Goodbye Great Britain' by Robert Greenfield. The book is a collection of articles loaded with fantastic photos.
Thanks a lot buddy! Had the book, but had completely forgotten about it. Its interesting that Tarle shot so much great from the Goodbye to Britain - tour, but its by far not as famous as his Nellcote stuff. Great to find correct timing & credits for this stuff!

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: deeppurple ()
Date: March 28, 2014 15:34

Not enough has come out about the shows played in December '69-UK '71. To me this was a great period. After these shows they moved to Nellcote and recorded 'EOMS.'

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: RobberBride ()
Date: March 28, 2014 15:43

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deeppurple
Not enough has come out about the shows played in December '69-UK '71. To me this was a great period. After these shows they moved to Nellcote and recorded 'EOMS.'

Yep. I see a Renascence (hmmm did I spell that correct?) coming on this period.
No question the new Greenfield book will add to that. Unless it is as patchy as "Season in Hell" that is winking smiley

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: minorbyrd ()
Date: March 29, 2014 12:41

The 5th photo of Anita & Marlon is in my copy of Barbara Charone's book on Keith - it's credited to Stu in there.

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: RobberBride ()
Date: March 29, 2014 15:10

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minorbyrd
The 5th photo of Anita & Marlon is in my copy of Barbara Charone's book on Keith - it's credited to Stu in there.
Thanks minorbyrd!
That could be correct as its my bad I put it in together with the others from that Rolling Stones article. Its from the same place, but taken by Stu then smiling smiley

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: deeppurple ()
Date: March 29, 2014 17:27

I miss out about Greenfield's new book. What is this one about? SIH was patchy indeed. I hope we get a great book on that period some day. I always enjoy listening to concerts from that era. The one from Leeds is a classic. Love the way they played 'Satisfaction.' As Keith once comment "We have record versions of songs and then we have road versions." Something along those lines.

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: caschimann ()
Date: March 29, 2014 23:06

Nellcote is located in the left wing of the bay of Villefranche s.M.
The photos with Keith/Anita & the yachts were shot in the habour of Villefranche sur Mer,

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: NICOS ()
Date: March 29, 2014 23:21

I don't see Mick on this one it's Bianca, Bobby, Jim and.....

Bianca, Mick, Bobby and Jim by the mobile truck @ Nellcote. Who shot it?
[i321.photobucket.com]

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Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: His Majesty ()
Date: March 30, 2014 11:17

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NICOS
I don't see Mick on this one it's Bianca, Bobby, Jim and.....

Bianca, Mick, Bobby and Jim by the mobile truck @ Nellcote. Who shot it?
[i321.photobucket.com]

Mick is on the right.

...

The Brian Jones Resource

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: NICOS ()
Date: March 30, 2014 17:22

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His Majesty
Quote
NICOS
I don't see Mick on this one it's Bianca, Bobby, Jim and.....

Bianca, Mick, Bobby and Jim by the mobile truck @ Nellcote. Who shot it?
[i321.photobucket.com]

Mick is on the right.

Doesn't he look a bit odd...tiny and bend.........more a Nicky Hopkins look

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Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: RobberBride ()
Date: March 30, 2014 21:34

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NICOS
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His Majesty

Mick is on the right.

Doesn't he look a bit odd...tiny and bend.........more a Nicky Hopkins look

Yeah, hehe, Mick has that thin, rounded-shoulders-look. Not a look Mick has supported much over the years. But he is very easily recognizable by the sweater. I have a bigger version of this image too and its him smiling smiley

Deeppurple: The new Greenfield 71 tour-book is found here. Lets keep in touch!



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2014-03-31 09:59 by RobberBride.

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: deeppurple ()
Date: March 30, 2014 23:53

Thank you! It will be released here in the states the same day. Pre-ordered. Yes, let's stay in touch. The UK tour is one I would loved to have seen a show or 3. I saw them in '69. My 1st Stones concert.

Re: Stones 1971 - Please help me with photocredits and locations
Posted by: GOO ()
Date: March 31, 2014 00:15

The 1971 tour was a high mark



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