Baron Wolman didn’t just convey the image of rock as it came of age, he helped to create it. When Rolling Stone magazine launched in 1967, he was its first staff photographer, ready to capture a legendary era of rock’n’roll.
Baron Wolman had the benefit of access all areas. He was able to capture iconic photographs of some of the world’s most celebrated musicians at work, rest and play, including the Grateful Dead, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, The Who, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis and Johnny Cash.
My Generation not only features over 150 memorable images from the golden age of rock, but also includes Wolman’s distinctive commentary on the photographs and his subjects. It’s as good as being there.