Mick Jagger works the Oakland crowd during the Stones 1969 US tour, prancing and strutting in front of the women who screamed his name. Jagger seemed to enjoy this interaction with the crowd until the tragedy at Altamont, which changed the dynamics of rock and roll concerts forever.
Ethan Russell's photographs are printed to order in San Francisco, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. Each photograph is museum-quality, archival and is signed and numbered by Ethan.
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