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AC/DC's guitarist Angus Young is a great musician but very difficult to photograph as he moves non-stop. - Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK.
This was one of the first hip hop shows in England - Londoners had never experienced any gig like this before.
This photo was taken on the 'Kings of the Wild Frontier' tour. Just as Adam Ant pauses an unusual but interesting lighting effect came on.
By the end of 1978, with a handful of new songs he was itching to record, it was time for him to return to the studio."
"At the time, the chances of this gig actually happening at all seemed very remote, Amy arrived an hour and a half late for her slot."
Adam and the Ants performing on stage on the 'Kings of the Wild Frontier' tour at the Lyceum Ballroom in 1980.
William Ellis recalls, "I was very lucky with the light - just enough from the spots overhead to bounce off the snare onto Al's face."
Adam Ant posing as the Dandy Highwayman on the set of Stand and Deliver at Hatfield House in Spring 1981.
"Bauhaus were always an interesting band to photograph. With some extreme lighting conditions this gig proved to be somewhat challenging."
"Beck himself was lovely with an air of strangeness and charm. A joy to photograph, he is always looking to make a shot slightly unusual. "
Billy Idol with Ziggy Stardust flash makeup. New Wave just wouldn’t have been New Wave without Billy to pave the way through the 1980’s.
The Birthday Party were one of the definitive post-punk groups, creative and destructive in equal measure.
"This was shot for an NME cover in my grungy Sly St Studio, Björk was as charming & happy to play along with my slightly daft ideas."
Taken on the final night of the Blondie European Tour, a relaxed Debbie Harry awaiting her cue whilst the intro plays to the next song.
"I met Debbie Harry at a late night party somewhere in Islington, London. She was with a friend of mine from New York."
"In The Flesh - A moment of calm in a whirlwind gig. Close enough to touch." Blondie we on their European Tour playing at The Roundhouse.
Blondie were in London for just one day on their second British Tour playing at The Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park.
In September 1977 Blondie bought back its recording contract with Private Stock Records and signed with British label Chrysalis Records.
Debbie Harry of Blondie, opening the show at the San Diego Civic Auditorium for Iggy Pop & David Bowie while on their 'Idiot Tour' in 1977.
"At the time of shooting this assignment,, Blur were one of many 'indie' bands. Little did we know how successful they would be."
Bob Dylan onstage at the Arena Civica di Milano, Milan on the 'Temples in Flames Tour'. He was supported by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
Bob Dylan recording the album, 'Bringing It All Back Home' in Columbia Recording Studio A, New York City.
An alternative version to the cover of the Bob Dylan Free Wheelin' album, which was similar, but also in colour.
Bob Dylan recording the Freewheelin' album in Columbia Recording Studios, New York City in 1963.
Bob Dylan performing at a sold out Carnegie Hall in 1963.
Bob Dylan performing onstage at the Salzburgarena, Salzburg, Austria in July 2012 as part of his Never Ending Tour.
Bob Dylan performing live onstage at the Royal Albert Hall in London in November 2013.
Bob Marley's last London show on 7 June 1980 at the Crystal Palace Bowl
Bob Marley and the Wailers walking to their sound check before their performance in Birmingham on 19th July 1975
One of Brian Wilson's favourite shots taken at the Royal Albert Hall, London in 2008
Bruce Springsteen performing at the opening of his Born in the USA Tour at Brendan Byrne Arena, New Jersey in 1984
John Lennon in New York City in 1974, this was during the period when he recorded 'Walls and Bridges'.
Graffiti tribute to The Beatles on Abbey Road Studios in 1996, this shot was thought to best represent the groups ‘Anthology’.
Bob Dylan during his recording sessions for 'Highway 61 Revisited' at Columbia Studios in June 1965
At Columbia Studios, New York 1963 Bob Dylan tunes his guitar during a recording session for his second studio album 'Free Wheelin'
Bob Dylan recording his 'Highway 61 Revisited' album at Columbia Studios, New York in June 1965