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Iconic shot of Debbie Harry, Blondie taken by legendary photographer Mick Rock in New York City in 1978
Early photograph of Madonna taken in New York, 1980 by legendary music photographer Mick Rock at his studio on Lexington Avenue
Syd Barret photographed by Mick Rock at his flat in Earls Court, London in 1969.
Taken by Mick Rock during the album cover shoot for Syd Barrett's debut solo album 'The Madcap Laughs'.
Taken in Syd Barrett's flat in Earls Court, London during the photo shoot for his debut album 'The Madcap Laughs'
Syd Barrett 'in decision' captured by Mick Rock in London in 1969 , a year after he left Pink Floyd
Iconic Mick photograph of Syd Barrett posing outside his London flat on a Pontiac Parisienne in 1969
Mick Rock photograph of Syd Barrett tuning his guitar in his flat in Earl's Court flat in 1969
Iconic Mick Rock photograph of Iggy Pop performing live on stage in London in 1972
Cover artwork photograph taken by Mick Rock for Raw Power, Iggy Pop's iconic third studio album that was released in February 1973
Candid picture of Lou Reed buying a puppy in 1976 taken by Mick Rock
Iconic photo of Lou Reed taken by the legendary photographer Mick Rock in London, 1975.
Classic Mick Rock photograph of Lou Reed that was used as the cover shot for his 1972 album Transformer
Mick Rock cover artwork for the iconic Queen 2 album released in 1974
Iconic shot of Freddie Mercury from Queen, taken by world leading music photographer Mick Rock in London 1974
Freddie Mercury, wrapped in purple sheets, captured by renowned photographer Mick Rock in London, 1974
Michael Stipe from R.E.M. captured by Mick Rock whilst in New York City in 2004.
Mick Rock photograph of Mick Jagger taken during a Rolling Stones concert in 1975 whilst on tour to promote their album 'Black and Blue'.
Syd Barrett and 'Iggy the Eskimo' sitting on the pavement outside Syd's flat in Earls Court in 1969
James Brown in May 1985 captured during documentary filming in London, prior to performing at Hammersmith Odeon
Jeff Buckley performing onstage at Bunjees Club, London in March 1994
Jimi Hendrix whilst on tour with The Walker Brothers in 1967
Joy Division backstage before a gig at the YMCA London (supported by Monochrome Set) in August 1979.
A rather pensive Jimi Hendrix captured in his manager's, Mike Jeffreys, office in 1968
Jimi Hendrix in London in 1967
Iconic shot of Jimi Hendrix, 1969, in his flat on Brook Street, Mayfair, London, during an interview for Melody Maker
Contact sheet of Jimi Hendrix photographed at his London home on Brook Street in 1969
Famed shot for The Jimi Hendrix Experience's 'Electric Ladyland' gatefold double album cover taken at Karl Ferris's London studio
Psychedelic Jimi Hendrix portrait taken in London in June 1967. This image was a promotional photograph for the single 'Can You See Me'.
Iconic shot of Jimi Hendrix used on the right hand side of the gatefold double album cover for his classic 'Electric Ladyland'.
This portrait image was illustrated onto The Jimi Hendrix Experience's "Axis Bold As Love" album cover
The most famous Jimi Hendrix album cover shot created for 'Are You Experienced' - often regarded as the greatest debut album
Halo portrait of Jimi Hendrix taken during the 'Are You Experienced' photo sessions in London, 1967
Jimi Hendrix shot at Karl Ferris's Hampstead studio in London, 1967
The Jimi Hendrix Experience 'Tripping' poster shot taken in Hampstead, London in 1967
Jeff Buckley laid back with his trusty Gibson and looking effortlessly cool at the Worx Studios, London in 1984