Mick Jagger photographed by Jim Marshall - 1972
the year is 2050. the rolling stones are touring america. a jar full of dust that used to be mick jagger is wheeled out onto the stage, placed in front of a microphone. there is no sound. additional jars of dust are brought out to join the jar of mick jagger dust. there are literally 4 jars of dust sitting in a line on a stage. the audience paid $500 dollars for these tickets. 3 hours of silence.
Believe me or not, but this picture is actually in the biggest museum of my city. (along with other photographs of Mick raising his holy finger to the camera)
#TIMELESSTIME➪ The infamous summer 1972 tour through the U.S. and Canada is recognized by Stones fans worldwide as arguably the bands greatest ever, and holds a place in the collective memoirs of rock lore and popular imagination as the masterpiece spectacle of indoor triumph, outdoor maelstrom, and backstage debauch. Two of these photos are from their final show of the tour, which happened to take place on Mick’s 29th birthday, July 26, 1972, in New York’s Madison Square Garden. The two others are from one of their concert which took place on July 18, 1972, in Boston. © Joe Sia.
Keith Richards; captured by Gered Mankowitz
Happy Birthday, Brian Jones! Play it sweet in heaven. (Feburary 28, 1942 - ∞)❝We were never going to stop even if they told us to.❞