Ken Regan's Candid Photographs Of The Beatles, Madonna, Rolling Stones And More
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We’re all well-acquainted with the iconic photo of John, George, Paul and Ringo strolling across Abby Road, but have you ever seen the quartet riding in carriages, making goofy faces? And most Rolling Stones fans have witnessed Mick Jagger jumping on-stage, but have you watched him chat with Andy Warhol or relax on the beach, or standing with the other Stones at the Alamo?
Behind-the-scenes music photographer Ken Regan has shot images for Time, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Life, and has complied a collection of photos from the last four decades. His book, “All Access: The Rock n Roll Photography of Ken Regan” (Insight Editions, $75.00), has a preface by Keith Richards, Introduction by Mick Jagger and an Afterword by James Taylor, so he's clearly made some friends. There are more than 400 photos in the book, offering a candid look at the lives of great musicians through compelling photojournalism.