Gram Parsons, Taj Mahal, and Keith Richards hanging around in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, 1968.
The Rolling Stones came to LA to mix the Beggar's Banquet album with Jimmy Miller. During that time Keith hung around with both Taj Mahal and Gram Parsons - taking advantage of some of his free time to learn some of the "Nashville tunings" and other mechanics for Country Music. These sounds made a distinct appearance on the forthcoming albums.
Michael Cooper passed away in 1973 leaving a massive personal and professional archive of negatives shot going back to the mid 1960s. Very few, if any photographs had been printed in a commercial format by that time, so there are no signed versions available for sale.
The Estate of Michael Cooper has produced limited editions in several sizes and made them available for collectors. These photographs are printed to order, so please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. Each photograph will be numbered and marked by the estate. Buyers will receive a certificate of authenticity following delivery of their photograph.