The Rolling Stones Group Portrait, Franklin Canyon, CA, 1965
© Guy Webster

The Rolling Stones Group Portrait, Franklin Canyon, CA, 1965

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By Guy Webster
About the image
"Lou Adler introduced me to Andrew Loog Oldham and we got on quite well. He said to me, 'My boys are coming to LA. Do you want to shoot them?' I said it would be an honor. The Stones were originally a blues band and that's what I loved about them. I was invited to the Stones' RCA recording sessions. It's not lost on me that Sam Cooke and blues and jazz musicians cut in that room. First of all, I thought the Stones were beautiful to look at — visually beautiful. When long hair started coming in, men who were average looking started to look beautiful — that's what happened in the 1960s."

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The Rolling Stones Group Portrait, Franklin Canyon, CA, 1965
The Rolling Stones Group Portrait, Franklin Canyon, CA, 1965