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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."
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.
"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.
In September 1977 Blondie bought back its recording contract with Private Stock Records and signed with British label Chrysalis Records.
"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 performing live onstage at the Royal Albert Hall in London in November 2013.
Cat was renowned for his playing in the extreme high register. He claimed that he developed his screaming high notes to impress the girls.
Barrie Wentzell shoots the back cover for Cat Stevens album 'Tea for the Tillerman' on Primrose Hill, London.
"I met them at their ICA gig in 1976 and went to Chalk Farm to photograph them soon afterwards. They had iconic status even then."
This image was used for the cover of Chris Isaac's breakthrough album 'Heart Shaped World'.
The Clash outside the Roundhouse, Camden , London 1976 taking a break from their busy rehearsal schedule.
"I photographed them quite a lot around 1976/77 and then a few times later on in 1982, when the cool punk band had become a cool rock band."
Paul Simonon of The Clash at their rehearsal rooms in 1980, just inside the gates of the British Rail Yard in Chalk Farm Road, Camden.
Mick Jones & Paul Simonon backstage in London, 1977. “This was taken at a gig in London but I can’t remember the venue, nor can Mick Jones."
Trumpeter Cootie Williams performing in Newport, Rhode Island in 1965
Cream rehearsing in Bray in 2005 before their reunion concerts at the Royal Albert Hall
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young making their London debut at the Royal Albert Hall in 1970
Chrissie Hynde taking time out in August 1990
Chrissie Hynde & Jeff Buckley hanging out back stage at the Glastonbury Festival
David Bowie performing live at Wembley Arena, London on the A Reality Tour in November 2003
Bowie had just had his hair styled and dyed Red Hot Red by hairdresser Susie Fussey and transforms into Ziggy Stardust.
Devo were much appreciated by a British audience who did their best to dress like the band at gigs. This was taken in London, 1979.
Dizzy Gillespie playing in Newport, Rhode Island in 1966
Dizzy Gillespie performing in Newport, Rhode Island in 1966
Duke Ellington performing in Newport, Rhode Island in 1966
David Bowie drawing in his flat, left handed!
This was a really special performance as it was Bowie's first since announcing his retirement a couple of months before.
David Bowie onstage holding a human skull on the Serious Moonlight Tour in 1983
Performing as part of The Hype, David Bowie onstage at the Roundhouse in July 1970
Although originally taken in black and white, this image has the feel of an early 1940s movie star, hence the sepia finish I settled upon.
David Bowie photographed whilst filming the 1976 sci-fi film The Man Who Fell To Earth.
David Bowie photographed looking out over the May Day Parade on Red Square, Moscow, 1973
He's playing up to my camera to keep himself amused in-between takes. It's as if he is saying: "And you are?"