BRIAN JONES BACKSTAGE AT ED SULLIVAN

The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones
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This riveting portrait of Brian Jones was captured backstage at the Ed Sullivan Show on September 11, 1966. Brian had injured his hand in a domestic dispute which prevented Brian from being able to play his instruments live on the show. Brian was key to the two songs they had scheduled, playing sitar on "Paint It Black" and dulcimer on "Lady Jane". So The Stones recorded the musical tracks a few days earlier in a studio in Brooklyn, NY and mimed playing while Mick sang to the previously recorded backing tracks.

Exhibition: The Lost Rolling Stones Photographs
Photographer: Bob Bonis
Subjects: The Rolling Stones, - Brian Jones
Date: September 11, 1965
Print Type: Archival Digital C-Print
C prints can also be made using digital exposure systems such as the Durst Lambda yielding a digital C print (sometimes called a Lambda print or LightJet print). These digital systems expose the paper using red, green, and blue lasers or light emitting diodes, and have the capability of correcting paper sensitivity errors.


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