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Thu, 10/10/2019
Publishers Weekly Calls "Jim Marshall: Show Me the Picture" a Best...

From Publishers Weekly:

In this magnificent photo collection, Davis, who runs the Jim Marshall Photography estate, celebrates the work of photographer Jim Marshall (1936–2010). Marshall was best known for his shots of music legends such as John Coltrane and Otis Redding, and his photos of Jimi Hendrix burning his guitar at the Monterey Pop Festival, but here Davis opens with Marshall’s... read more

Jimi Hendrix Burning His Guitar
Fri, 10/04/2019
CNN: Iconic Shots from the ‘Godfather’ of Rock Photography

From CNN
By Kyle Almond

Jim Marshall had an all-access pass with some of the 20th century’s greatest musicians.

He was the photographer when Johnny Cash flicked off the camera at San Quentin State Prison. He was backstage with Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin. He toured with the Rolling Stones and photographed the Beatles’ final paid concert.

“He was one of the pioneers... read more

Jimi Hendrix Burning His Guitar
Wed, 09/25/2019
BuzzFeed: 23 of the Most Influential Pictures From Music History

From BuzzFeed
By Gabriell H. Sanchez

"Few photographers have had a life and career as historic as Jim Marshall. His pictures not only capture some of the most influential artists of the 20th century but also established a new level of intimacy in the relationship between entertainers and the photojournalists documenting them.

Some of the most iconic pictures ever made of... read more

Man outside a liquor store in Oakland, California, 1962
Mon, 09/23/2019
Feature Shoot: A Multi-facted Portrait of the Genius of Photographer JIm...

Feature Shoot
By Miss Rosen

When most people think of photographer Jim Marshall (1936-2010), scenes from rock and roll history come crashing to mind: Jimi Hendrix setting his guitar on fire during the Monterey Pop Festival; Johnny Cash flipping the bird at San Quentin State Prison; Janis Joplin lounging like a vixen in a sparkly mini-dress with a bottle of Southern Comfort in hand... read more

Fri, 09/06/2019
Rolling Stone: Jim Marshall: ‘Show Me the Picture’ Book Photos

A photo review of selected images of "Jim Marshall: Show Me the Picture."

Three little kids on a park bench in Sausalito, California, 1962
Tue, 08/27/2019
Daily Beast: Never-Seen Images From the Rockstar of Rock Photos

From the Daily Beast
By Elizabeth Hunt Brockway

It’s not uncommon for Jim Marshall photographs to be included in tributes of music legends and civil rights greats alike.

His portraits of rock n’ roll legends—like Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, and the Rolling Stones—throughout the 1960s and 70s launched his career and helped define both rock n’ roll photography and... read more

BRIAN JONES, NICO, DENNIS HOPPER, and JUDY COLLINS backstage at Monterey Pop Festival, Monterey, California, 1967
Tue, 08/27/2019
Huck: The photographer who defined the look of rock and roll

From Huck
 By Miss Rosen

Jim Marshall’s images have become a visual diary of the rebellious and revolutionary spirit of the genre.

Throughout his illustrious career, American photographer Jim Marshall(1936-2010) defined the look of rock and roll. His images helped turned the genre into a revolutionary movement which went against the oppressive power structure of... read more

Bob Dylan & Suze Rotolo in a  Greenwich Village café, New York City, 1963
Thu, 08/22/2019
Blind: Review of Jim Marshall: Show Me the Picture

From Blind magazine
By Bill Shapiro

The images of music star photographer Jim Marshall are published in a new book by Chronicle Books. 

Jim Marshall not only shot some of the most iconic moments of the ’60s and ’70s music scene, he was the photographer who actually made them iconic: That picture of Jimi Hendrix kneeling before his flaming guitar at the Monterey Pop... read more

Show Me the Picture book cover
Wed, 08/21/2019
Zoom Street: Rock Me, a Review of "Show Me th Picture"

From Zoom Street

"You’ve surely seen some of Jim Marshall’s iconic rock photographs, but the sheer breadth of his work is pure “wow!”—and featured in JIM MARSHALL: SHOW ME THE PICTURE: IMAGES AND STORIES FROM A PHOTOGRAPHY LEGEND by Amelia Davis. This gorgeous boxed edition from Chronicle Books covers his early work in NYC’s black neighborhoods in the 1960s, through the blossoming... read more

JEFFERSON AIRPLANE, Woodstock Festival, Bethel, New York, 1969
Thu, 08/15/2019
Literary Hub Feaures Show Me the Picture Book Excerpt

From Literary Hub
Book Excerpt: Essay by Michelle Margetts

"The most over-the-top festival for social impact, size of crowd, quality of vibe, and quantity of mud, plus nausea-inducing porta-potties, was the 1969 Woodstock Music & Art Fair. It was held on 600 or so acres leased from Max Yasgur’s dairy farm near Bethel, New York (more than 40 miles southwest of Woodstock, New... read more