Elliott Landy: The Band Photographs 1968-1969

Tuesday, July 30th, 2019

Proud presented ‘The Band Photographs 1968-1969,’ an exclusive collection of both iconic and never-before-seen photographs documenting the making of this group’s first two albums, Music from Big Pink and The Band, through the lens of close friend and renowned photographer Elliott Landy. Elliott Landy, the celebrated rock and roll photographer whose portraits grace the covers of both Bob Dylan’s Nashville Skyline and Van Morrison’s Moondance, is also responsible for the cover for The Band’s second, eponymous album. In 1968, aspiring photojournalist Elliott Landy was documenting the underground music culture in New York City, when Bob Dylan’s manager, Albert Grossman, offered him exclusive access to photograph The Band during the recording of their first two seminal albums. Landy’s images of The Band documented the music scene during the classic rock-and-roll period and he soon became one of the first music photographers to be recognised as an “artist.” We are adding to our archives every week so please keep checking back and let us know anything you want to see.

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