Looking Back at Rock Photographer Jim Marshall’s Greatest Photographs

by 9 years ago

 Jim Marshall, one of the most famous rock photographers of all time, died today at the age of 74. Along with Johnny Cash, above, Marshall shot just about every major artist and band of the 1960s and 1970s (and beyond), including the Stones, the Beatles, the Dead, Ray Charles, Janis Joplin, and the all-time famous shots of Jimi Hendrix setting fire to his guitar and Bob Dylan rolling a tire on a street. Check out a gallery of some of those shots after the jump.


Jimi Hendrix:

The Beatles:

Country Joe:

The Grateful Dead:

Bob Dylan:

John Fogerty:

Grace Slick and Janis Joplin:

Jimi Hendrix:

Johnny Cash:

Janis Joplin:

Mick Jagger:

Mick Jagger:

Keith Richards:

The Stones:

Miles Davis and Steve McQueen:

Jim Morrison:

Ray Charles:

All photos copyright Jim Marshall.

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