Jim Marshall, Rock Photographer, Dead at 74. Interviewed on our Middle Chamber Books Podcast, 1/11/2010

Steven L. Lubetkin
Managing Partner, Professional Podcasts LLC
856-751-5491 or steve@professionalpodcasts.com

Rock concert photographer Jim Marshall died this week at 74.

Marshall is famous for photos of Johnny Cash giving an audience the finger, the only portraits of Janis Joplin and Grace Slick posed together, and iconic photos of rock figures since the late 1950s, including documentary photos from Woodstock.

We had the opportunity to speak with the legendary shooter (the highest praise from one photographer to another is to call them a “good shooter”) in January when we discussed his book, Trust: Photographs of Jim Marshall, which was published in October 2009.

Broadcast news media: Audio from this podcast is available for licensing on request to steve@professionalpodcasts.com. The podcast itself is copyrighted material, Copyright ©2010 Professional Podcasts LLC. All rights reserved.

Caution: This podcast contains strong language and drug references.

Purchase the book by clicking on the text link below.

Trust: Photographs of Jim Marshall (Omnibus Press)

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