Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band play the Rainbow Theatre, London, 1973.
This concert was shortly after 'Caravanserai', the 4th album by Santana released in Oct 1972. It was a turning point in Santana's career.
Cat was renowned for his playing in the extreme high register. He claimed that he developed his screaming high notes to impress the girls.
Barrie Wentzell shoots the back cover for Cat Stevens album 'Tea for the Tillerman' on Primrose Hill, London.
'Identical shapes, one mirror, one picture, one window. How would you know which was which? 'Cover art for Catherine Wheel's album Wishville
Cover art for Catherine Wheel's 2000 single Gasoline created using 300 8x6" colour prints temporarily attached to silver birch trees.
Signed limited edition fine art cassette print by Horace Panter of Chic's 'Good Times'
All four members of Chic cannot help but groove to the same beat.
Contact strip of four separate images of Chic performing at the Hammersmith Odeon in 1979.
This image was used for the cover of Chris Isaac's breakthrough album 'Heart Shaped World'.
Chrissie Hynde taking time out in August 1990
Chrissie Hynde & Jeff Buckley hanging out back stage at the Glastonbury Festival
Contact sheet of the photo shoot for the 'Living without Cruelty' book cover featuring Chrissie Hynde chained up in a cage
Chuck Berry Performing at Madison Square Gardens in New York City, October 1971.
Limited edition of Morgan Howell's original painting of the cover of Chuck Berry's 'You Never Can Tell' vinyl single
The Clash back stage before their most famous gig at the Rainbow Theatre in May 1977.
Mick Jones, Joe Strummer, Topper Headon & Paul Simonon of the Clash backstage at the Concert for Kampuchea, Hammersmith Apollo, 1979
Paul Simonon of The Clash at their rehearsal rooms in 1980, just inside the gates of the British Rail Yard in Chalk Farm Road, Camden.
Signed limited edition fine art cassette print by Horace Panter of The Clash's 'Rock The Casbah'
'White riot, I wanna riot, white riot, a riot of my own!' There was a riot at this gig when the audience smashed up a load of seats.
Joe Strummer (lying on floor) & Mick Jones performing live onstage on their 'Sort It Out' Tour at the Paradiso, Amsterdam.
The Clash giving it all onstage at The Music Machine (Camden Palace), London in 1978
Limited edition of Morgan Howell's original painting of the cover of The Clash '(White Man) in Hammersmith Palais vinyl single
"I met them at their ICA gig in 1976 and went to Chalk Farm to photograph them soon afterwards. They had iconic status even then."
Mick Jones & Paul Simonon backstage in London, 1977. “This was taken at a gig in London but I can’t remember the venue, nor can Mick Jones."
The Clash Pop Art limited edition fine art print by Horace Panter
The Clash outside the Roundhouse, Camden , London 1976 taking a break from their busy rehearsal schedule.
The Clash on stage at the the first large scale Rock Against Racism/Anti Nazi League carnival at Victoria Park, April 1978.
"I photographed them quite a lot around 1976/77 and then a few times later on in 1982, when the cool punk band had become a cool rock band."
Contact Strip of The Clash messing about in the Serpentine Gallery, London in 1978
Cliff Richard listening to his recording of "A Girl Like You" in Abbey Road Studios in London in 1961
Cliff Richard finds a moment to play around with a double bass during a recording session in Abbey Road Studios, London in May 1961.
Coldplay performing at T in the Park in Scotland in 2011
Trumpeter Cootie Williams performing in Newport, Rhode Island in 1965
Bristol punk band The Cortinas hanging out in London in 1977 after the release of their debut single ' Fascist Dictator'
Ivy and Lux from The Cramps