"Falling Stones owes its perilous survival to the practice of requiring a two inch “clip test” to be sliced off the head of the roll by some unknown Darkroom Technician before processing. All the other color negatives were shipped off to The Stone's head office, never to be returned. This shot found its place in history by being voted as one of the 100 best Rock & Roll images of all time by Q Magazine. I had rehearsed the idea of the band lining up shoulder to shoulder as a youthful Dad’s Army, then leaning sideways."
- Peter Webb