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Inhaltsangabe: "She got her man. He was the cat they were all after and she got him." (Opening quote from the original Rolling Stone featuring The Groupies.)
The 1960s were a time of cultural revolution, with music leading the way. From small clubs to giant festivals, such as Woodstock, music became the heart of a new generation's rallying cry for love, peace and harmony. With men (mainly) leading the way on stage, the girls backstage started to create their own form of liberation too. These young girls were better known as the Groupies. Girls who loved music and the men who created it.
On February 15, 1969, Rolling Stone magazine issued a "Special Super-Duper Neat Issue" called "THE GROUPIES and Other Girls," featuring the work of their chief photographer Baron Wolman. This issue would become iconic, a milestone issue, making the girls instant celebrities. With this one single issue, the Groupies arrived.
Now - nearly 45 years later, ACC/Iconic Images are proud to publish - for the first time - in one single volume: Groupies, the photos of Baron Wolman. With more than 150 photographs, including never-before-seen outtakes and contact sheets, Groupies documents these women as they were in the late 1960s. From Miss Pamela (Pamela des Barres) to The Plaster Casters of Chicago, this incredible collection of photos - along with original text and interviews with several of the women today - stands as an historic social and cultural document of some very sexy girls enlightened by one of the most influential decades of the 20th century.
About the Author: Baron Wolman began the music phase of his photographic career in 1967, as the very first photographer for the new Rolling Stone magazine. He went on to capture the 60s pop rock explosion, including: Janis Joplin, the Rolling Stones, the Who, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan amongst many more. "I see myself as a kind of voyeur ... I'm happiest when I'm invisible and watching. I just love to watch. I'm a chameleon and can adapt myself to the situation, and that, to me, is one of the gifts that I was given naturally, and that's how you get honest pictures."
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Buchbeschreibung ACC Art Books. Hardback. Buchzustand: new. BRAND NEW, Groupies and Other Electric Ladies: The Original 1969 Rolling Stone Magazine Photographs, Holly George-Warren, Baron Wolman, ".style and fashion mattered greatly, were central to their presentation, and I became fascinated with them.I discovered what I believed was a subculture of chic and I thought it merited a story." Baron WolmanThe 1960s witnessed a huge cultural revolution. Music was at the heart of a new generation's rallying cry for love, peace and harmony - from small clubs to giant festivals like Woodstock. With men predictably dominating as musicians and performers, the women and girls backstage started to explore their own forms of liberation and self-expression. They became better known as the Groupies - offering their allegiance to the music, and the artists who made it.On February 15, 1969 Rolling Stone magazine released a 'Special Super-Duper Neat Issue' called 'THE GROUPIES and Other Girls' featuring the work of their chief photographer, Baron Wolman. It would turn out to be a sensational milestone, making instant celebrities of the women featured. With this single issue, the Groupies had arrived.They emerged as extraordinary women, whose lifestyles divided opinion and remain controversial.Some became models, actresses, writers, artists and musicians - the GTOs, the original 'Groupie band' admired and encouraged by Frank Zappa, is featured here. Others fell into obscurity.Now, over 45 years later, ACC and Iconic Images are proud to publish the photographs of Baron Wolman in a single volume for the first time. Groupies and Other Girls features more than 150 images, including previously unseen out-takes and contact sheets, and comes complete with the original Rolling Stone text, as well as interviews with several of the women today. Buchnummer des Verkäufers B9781851497942
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