Flat Bed Truck - Canvas Collector's Edition, 2004
© Ronnie Wood

Flat Bed Truck - Canvas Collector's Edition, 2004

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By Ronnie Wood
About the image
Back in 1975, the Stones held a press conference in New York City to announce their upcoming tour. The band surprised the throng of waiting reporters by playing "Brown Sugar" on the back of a flatbed truck in the middle of Manhattan traffic, a technique Charlie Watts - the band's drummer -  borrowed from New Orleans jazz bands to promote upcoming dates. This image celebrates that historic moment in rock and roll history. 

Release Notes:
This limited edition print is embellished with gold leaf on top of the archival pigment print on canvas.

Continuing the tradition set with his Forty Licks Canvas Collector's Edition release in 2003-04, Ronnie produced this image as a special "Collector's Edition" limited run on canvas. The series is limited to 118 pieces, corresponding to the number of performances on the Licks Tour from 2002-2003.

With each subsequent "Collector's Edition", the collectors who first purchased the Forty Licks canvases gained exclusive early-access to the new canvas pieces as they were released, so they could purchase the matching edition numbers.

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Flat Bed Truck - Canvas Collector's Edition, 2004
Flat Bed Truck - Canvas Collector's Edition, 2004

 
 
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