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Keith Haynes 'Spines' print of The Beatles classic album covers, painstakingly recreated by drawings based on their original fonts & designs
Photo shoot for Telegraph Sunday Magazine used on Parallel Lines picture disc, taken in New York in 1978.
Debbie Harry, Blondie recording Parallel Lines at the Record Plant Studio, New York in 1978
Contact sheet photograph of Debbie Harry, Blondie recording their classic album Parallel Lines in New York in 1978
Debbie Harry travelling with Blondie on their tour bus to Philadelphia in 1978
Debbie Harry leaning on Martyn Goddard's tripod with his Nikon FE camera. Shot on a New York rooftop in 1978
Debbie Harry captured backstage at a Blondie gig in Phildelphia in 1978
Blondie captured during a photoshoot for their album cover for 'Best of Blondie' taken on top of Record Plant Studio in New York in 1978
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.
Chuck Berry Performing at Madison Square Gardens in New York City, October 1971.
Mick Jones, Joe Strummer, Topper Headon & Paul Simonon of the Clash backstage at the Concert for Kampuchea, Hammersmith Apollo, 1979
"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."
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
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young making their London debut at the Royal Albert Hall in 1970
The Cure on the road in Holland and Belgium during their 1980 'Seventeen Seconds' tour.
The Cure captured in their early days in London in 1979
Bristol punk band The Cortinas hanging out in London in 1977 after the release of their debut single ' Fascist Dictator'
Chrissie Hynde taking time out in August 1990
Chrissie Hynde & Jeff Buckley hanging out back stage at the Glastonbury Festival
Cream onstage at the Windsor Jazz & Blues Festival in the Summer, 1967
Contact sheet of the photo shoot for the 'Living without Cruelty' book cover featuring Chrissie Hynde chained up in a cage
Signed limited edition multicoloured cassette art print by Horace Panter featuring 24 different images including Madness, Blur & David Bowie
Signed limited edition technicoloured cassette art print by Horace Panter featuring 24 different images including The Clash & Sex Pistols
Carlos Santana live at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California in September 2011
This print by artist Keith Haynes recreates the album spines of thirty-six iconic Punk & New Wave records.
Cover art for The Cure's debut studio album 'Three Imaginary Boys' released in May 1979
David Gilmour at the rehearsal for his Brighton performance on the Rattle that Lock Tour in September 2015.
Devo relaxing in deckchairs in Hyde Park in 1980 before their gig at the Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park that evening.
Dizzy Gillespie playing in Newport, Rhode Island in 1966
David Bowie onstage holding a human skull on the Serious Moonlight Tour in 1983
David Bowie performing to an audience of twenty at the Beckenham Arts Lab, UK at the start of his career in 1969