On the 'Our House' video shoot, Lee Thompson, the saxophonist always liked dressing-up as a woman and flying by the 'Kirby Wire' - fearless!
This shoot of Madness in New York City in February 1980 was for Issue No.1 of a new magazine that developed cult status, The Face.
Limited edition of Morgan Howell's original painting of the cover of Madness Baggy Trousers vinyl single
Limited edition giant vintage pin badge for The Madness by artist Tony Dennis AKA Tape Deck Art
Madness captured in a London park in November 1979
Madness captured by Jill Furmanovsky whilst mucking about outside a Chock Full O'Nuts coffee shop in New York in February 1980.
Madness on the 'Our House' video shoot.
Madness photographed by Jill Furmanovsky at her studio in London in 1984.
This image was used on the cover for Madness's Madstock! album and was shot by Jill Furmanovksy in the Netherlands in August 1992.
Madness going nutty in December 2005 by the iconic helter skelter at the end of Brighton Pier.
Backstage at the video shoot for the hit single 'You'll See' shot in Spain, October 1995
Madonna onstage at Wembley Stadium, London on the first night of her Blonde Ambition Tour in July 1990
Madonna captured by Michael Putland in New York in 1984.
Early photograph of Madonna taken in New York, 1980 by legendary music photographer Mick Rock at his studio on Lexington Avenue
An early shot of Madonna taken in October 1982 in Soho, New York City.
Madonna on an early photo shoot in Grenwich Village, New York in October 1982.
Madonna in October 1982 photographed outside St Anthony's Church in New York.
Madonna posing on Greenwich Street, New York on an early photo shoot in October 1982
Madonna shot in October 1982 in Greenwich Village, New York
Madonna in October 1982 photographed on Houston Street, New York
October 1982 Madonna is captured on Houston Street, New York on one of her earliest photo shoots.
Madonna in Soho, New York taken in October 1982
Madonna on Thompson Street, New York in October 1982
This image of Madonna was taken by Brian Aris in London in 1984 on one of her first trips to the UK.
Marc Bolan photographed in Allan's Primrose Hill Studio.
Marc Bolan performing onstage with T-Rex in January 1974
The ’Bopping Imp’ as we used to call him in his acoustic days, becomes the ’Electric Warrior’.
Marc Bolan playing with T.Rex in Copenhagen, Denmark in March 1973
Marc Bolan onstage with T.Rex at the Santa Monica Civic Centre, LA in 1974
Marc Bolan of English glam rock group T-Rex, holding Mike Putland's Nikon camera on the tour bus during a four-date British tour, June 1972
Marc Bolan with Steve Peregrin Took, from T.Rex, in London in the late 1960's
Marilyn Manson backstage at The Jon Stewart Show in New York in June 1995
Mark E. Smith of The Fall pictured on wasteland in the centre of Manchester where now stands the new Co-op building.
During their performance of 'Cash 'n' Carry', Mark shouted out, "It's surprsing how many friends you get when you play The Venue".
Mark Perry, founder of punk fanzine Sniffin' Glue, captured on the toilet in 1977 by Jill Furmanovsky
Album artwork for Mars Volta's 'De-loused in the Comatorium' from 2003 designed by Storm Thorgerson and set in West London