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    Rolling Stones Silver Gelatin Print by Ian Wright with Handbill. A large-format photograph of the Rolling Stones early in their career, taken on September 20, 1964 by Ian Wright at the Globe Theatre in Stockton on Tees, England. According to Wright, it was during their first tour after their first #1 hit, "I Want to be Your Man" hat shot them up the charts, and the band's inexperience with the press made them fidgety and nervous. "Brian Jones was clearly the leader," says Wright, "with Mick Jagger relegated to the to the back. Today, it's hard to recognize the baby-faced lad in the front right as Keith Richards. Bill Wyman sitting on the dressing room sink was far more concerned with a packet of peanuts while drummer Charlie Watts was the only one who seemed interested in being photographed." The print is matted to an overall size of 24" x 30" (with an image size of 19.75" x 19.75") along with an original handbill for the show, and the image was printed by Wright from the original negative. The image is signed by Wright and numbered 1 of 1. In Excellent condition.

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    6th-7th Saturday-Sunday
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