The Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, ‘Poses In A Fur Parka, Colour’
By Terry O’Neill
London, U.K. 1964
C-Type digital print hand-signed by the photographer
Limited Edition of 50
Paper size 24h x 20w inches
This shot was taken as the Rolling Stones waited backstage for the ‘Six-Five Special’ at the BBC in London. Six-Five Special was a British television programme launched in February 1957 when both television and rock and roll were in their infancy in Britain. It was the BBC’s first attempt at a rock and roll programme, an innovation and much imitated, even today. It was called Six-Five Special because of the time it was broadcast – it went out live at five past six on Saturday evening. The show was originally scheduled to last just six weeks but, as a result of its popularity, the series became open-ended.
‘My career just started just started only a few years back before I met the Rolling Stones. I was the youngest of the photographers on Fleet Street and the editors knew I loved music. Mick’s charisma made him the perfect front man. He was captivating, reigning over rock and roll with his sexual energy.’ Terry O’Neill
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