Arriving at sound check as he was running through his guitars, between instruments, I introduced myself and asked if I might take some pics
Patti Smith relaxing at the Portobello Hotel, London shortly before her first London gig at the Roundhouse in 1976
Patti Smith performing onstage at the Rainbow Theatre, London in April 1978
Patti Smith photographed in the Netherlands in January 1980
Suddenly, the house lights went down, a spotlight fell on Paul Weller, The Jam launched into a mesmerising version of That’s Entertainment
Paul Weller, of the Style Council on the set of 'Jerusalem'- best forgotten really..........white chapstick, nice!
Outside the Hilton Hotel, St John’s Wood. I didn’t know who they were, but the lead singer came to the front.
'Southall Kids are Innocent'
Pete Townshend, from The Who, in Soho, London in 1970
Phil Collins captured during a feature for Sounds Magazine in April 1980 whilst on Genesis' 'The Duke' tour
'I thought of improvisation as a large ball of string (a melody as yet unravelled)'. Cover art for Phish's 1997 album Slip Stitch and Pass
One of Pink Floyd's earliest photo shoots taken in June 1967 using the lighting they used in their gigs
For their first photo shoot, Colin Prime took the band down to Ruskin park. All the guys were in high spirits at the time
Pink Floyd onstage at the Roundhouse, London in July 1967 less than a year after they performed at its opening party.
The band in Abbey Road making a new album that became 'Wish You Were Here'. Jill Furmanovsky was asked to drop in and shoot some stills
This was the first time Tony Collins ever saw Pink Floyd live. They played numbers from their new album 'Atom Heart Mother'.
Syd Barrett captured on one of Pink Floyd's earliest photoshoots in June 1967
This was Pink Floyd’s first official photo shoot. Although a photographer by trade, Colin Prime’s other love was music
David Gilmour’s superb guitar solo during ’Comfortably Numb’ on PinK Floyd's The Wall Tour
Pink Floyd at the mixing desk whilst recording their debut album 'The Piper at the Gates of Dawn' in Abbey Road Studios
Taken on the band's first photo shoot in Ruskin Park, London in April 1967
Rick Wright captured under the band's psychedelic lights early in their career
Syd Barrett, Nick Mason, Roger Waters & Richard Wright on their first ever photo shoot in Ruskin Park, London
A rare band shot from this period taken by a young Jill Furmanovksy at the start of her photography career
Relaxing backstage at Abbey Road Studios during the recording of debut album 'The Piper at the Gates of Dawn'
The original Pink Floyd line-up on their first ever photo shoot in Ruskin Park, London
Photographed as a homage to the Pink Floyd album sleeve 'Animals' for the BBC series 'Britain In Pictures'.
One of earliest Pink Floyd photo shoots. Rick Wright is enhanced by special psychedelic lighting effects.
Two pictures joined together to make one image - one was taken in New York and one in London. They are from two different points in the show
Syd Barrett captured in a candid moment at Abbey Road Studios whilst rehearsing for the recording of 'The Piper at the Gates of Dawn'
This was taken on the Division Bell Tour. The sound and lighting people in their headsets look like the crew of a space ship.
Syd Barrett on an early photo shoot in London, not long before recording Pink Floyd's debut album
Two consecutive frames joined together from a shoot of The Wall tour in New York in 1980
Nick Mason shot on one of the earliest Pink Floyd photo shoots in June 1967
Roger Waters, Roy Harper and Roy's son listen to a playback at Abbey Road Studios. Roy was guest vocalist on Have a Cigar.
1967 Syd Barrett performs during an early photo session prior to the release of Pink Floyd's debut album