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The Rolling Stones Brian Jones A collection of fourteen photographs of Brian Jones (thirteen 13 black and white, one colour), taken by Tony Sanchez, the candid shots comprise; - Five images of Jones dancing under the influence; - Two images of Jones playing maracas; - One image of Jones on stage with Charlie Watts, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards; - One image of Jones taking a photograph of Richards in a hotel room; - Two images of Jones playing guitar; - One image of Jones with Keith Moon; - One photo of The Stones in a field and - a colour image of Jones -- various sizes; all photographs published in Sanchez's biography of his time with the Rolling Stones To Be Sold With Copyright Whilst the seller confirms that these photographs are to be sold with copyright, the negatives no longer exist and have not been sold or given away, but have been lost. Christie's can accept no liability in relation to any matters arising as a result of imperfection in copyright given. Buyers should note that the publishers of the book "Up and Down with the Rolling Stones" retain the right to publish the photos in future editions of this book. (14)
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SANCHEZ, Tony and BLAKE, John Up and Down with The Rolling Stones, London: Blake Paperbacks, 1991

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Tony Sanchez, a close acquaintance, first met the Rolling Stones in the mid 1960s, and would eventually become involved with the most intimate details of the band's relationships and lifestyles. His biography, 'Up and Down with the Rolling Stones', first published in 1991, was seen as a major expose of the extreme Rock and Roll excesses that the Stones had led in the heady 1960s, written by an insider it provided frank details of many infamous episodes including their time in the South of France, the Redland's drug bust and the relationship between Brian Jones and his fellow band members as well as intimate details of their female companions.

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