Captured this while Lindsey was having a truly happy moment. I however, was probably gripping the edge of my seat with my other hand (to the point where my knuckles were turning white) while taking the photograph. I truly hated flying, I’m glad he was happy. Now if you don’t mind, I’ll put the camera down & grab for the air-sick bag (you know, the one with the plastic lining?)
Illustration by Charles Schridde for Motorola ad, 1961
Love in the Afternoon (1957). Polish poster by Wojciech Fangor.
Diane Keaton on the cover of Time Magazine, September 1977.
Lindsey, five minutes after checking into a hotel room somewhere in Australia, about to relax before sound-check. Note: The shirt he’s wearing was handmade by Mick’s personal shirt maker in Hollywood. (Complete with puffed sleeves & tapered body)
During the mixdown of the “Live” Fleetwood Mac album, many polaroids were taken by all of us. At the end of the sessions, Mick Fleetwood gathered them all up & had them photographed together for one big poster. Mick then had a few copies of that poster framed & gave them out as presents to the band members & those directly involved. Rich Feldman, who was working on the session with us as an assistant engineer, like many, had a secret crush on Stevie. As I just learned tonight, he managed to hide his picture of Stevie from the making of the poster so he could personally keep it. Finally after all these years, we are all able to see it for the first time. Thank you Rich Feldman for coming clean & sharing your long lost love with all of us.