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By Toby Wine

1001 Blues Licks provides 1001 riffs in numerous blues kinds to be performed in the normal 12-bar structure. this is often the correct publication for novices looking a well-organized, easy-to-follow encyclopedia of blues licks, in addition to consummate pros who are looking to take their wisdom of the blues to new heights.

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MDM 42 Keith Richards displaying a gift while on the flight from Los Angeles to San Diego. 43 Charlie Watts at the airport, San Francisco, California. > Joan Kooper, ex-wife of musician Al Kooper, was traveling on the tour with Stones keyboardist Nicky Hopkins. She is shown here with Stones bassist Bill Wyman at the airport, San Francisco, California. 44 45 Fans spent hours waiting in line for the afternoon show at the Winterland, San Francisco, California. 46 Private security was hired to assist with crowd control outside the Winterland.

46 Private security was hired to assist with crowd control outside the Winterland. > The Western Addition neighborhood around the Winterland, San Francisco, California. 48 49 Mick Taylor; his wife, Rose; Mick Jagger; Charlie Watts; and Bill Wyman backstage. 50 Steve Goekee, makeup artist for the tour, prepares Charlie Watts for the stage. BEHIND THE SCENES 53 Charlie Watts. BEHIND THE SCENES 55 56 Richards and Jagger backstage. < Richards’s “Coke” logo was not simply a reference to the carbonated beverage.

Tours in 1965–66, 1967, and 1969, Marshall photographed them at locations throughout Northern California, including the infamous concert at Altamont. He was selected to cover the 1972 tour for Life, a prestigious and remarkably mainstream assignment that was a coup both for the Stones and for Marshall himself. The PR team of Gibson-Stromberg targeted features in Life, Time, Newsweek, Esquire, and Rolling Stone—Jim was given one week on the tour, from June 6 through June 13, to get his shots. The July 14 issue, with Marshall’s image of Jagger on the cover and nine additional photographs inside, was released as the tour proceeded east; the final concerts took place at Madison Square Garden in New York City July 24–26.

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