The Jam relaxing at Frank's Cafe on Lexington Street, Soho during their photo shoot for the cover of 'News of the World'.
Martyn Goddard recalls, "For the cover of News of the World, the band wanted to continue the Carnaby Street theme so we met up in Soho early on a cold, damp winter's day. The plan was shoot the group walking down the street towards the viewer as if you were passing them in the street. The dull weather wasn't such as problem as Westminster Council had pedestrianised the street, covering the road surface with yellow, black and orange rubber flooring, and the early start meant there was just the odd fashion store assistance scurrying to work. The shoot was necessarily cut short due to the busy location and the group members complaining at the early start and lack of breakfast
"As luck would have it I knew the Soho area well, not because I frequented the many dodgy strip clubs and bars in the area, but because my father-in-law ran an electrical contracting business in adjacent Beak Street and was the font of all knowledge when it came to local cafes. I led the way to Frank's Cafe around the corner where I shot one of the most informal and interesting rolls of 35mm film of the band. Paul Weller on the left having a cup of tea and smoke while the rhythm section tucked into a good fry up!"
Martyn Goodard Signed Limited Editions are available in the following sizes:
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