Monday, June 6, 2016

The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution – Jim Marshall's Iconic Photos Capture The Sixties San Francisco

The counter-culture movement of the 1960s is one of the most endlessly examined moments of the twentieth century. Widely regarded as the cradle of revolution, San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury grew from a small neighborhood to a worldwide phenomenon—a concept that extends far beyond the boundaries of the intersection itself.

Jim Marshall visually chronicled this area as perhaps no one else did. Renowned for his portraits of some of the greatest musicians of the era, Marshall covered Haight-Ashbury with the same unique eye that allowed him to amass a staggering archive of music photography and Grammy recognition for his work.

Bold and beautifully crafted, these stunning photographs offer fresh insight into the Summer of Love, Haight-Ashbury, and beyond.

The Grateful Dead perform in the Panhandle, 1967.

Jimi Hendrix filming Janis Joplin backstage at Winterland in 1968.

Joan Baez and Paul McCartney doodling backstage at Candlestick Park in 1966.

Janis Joplin backstage at Winterland in 1968.

Grace Slick and Jefferson Airplane during a songwriting session, 1967.

Grace Slick and Janis Joplin during a shoot for TeenSet in 1968.

Ralph Gleason with Simon and Garfunkel.

Brian Jones, Nico, Judy Collins and Dennis Hopper. Hopper based his character in Apocalypse Now on Marshall.

Tourists observe the Haight from their cars in 1967.

Hippies and Hells Angels hang out together in Golden Gate Park in 1968.

Rolling Stone's Ben Fong-Torres interviews Haight Street residents.

Janis Joplin in her apartment on Lyon Street in San Francisco, California in 1968.

A drug den behind a store front on Haight Street in 1967.

Jimi Hendrix at the Pandlehandle in 1967.

The five original San Francisco legends photographed together: Jefferson Airplane, the Grateful Dead, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Quicksilver Messenger Service and the Charlatans, in 1967.

Graffiti at the intersection of Haight and Belvedere Streets in 1967.

Paul McCartney and John Lennon performing at the Beatles last concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California, August 29 1966.

Jimi Hendrix lighting his guitar on fire on stage at Monterey International Pop Festival Monterey, California, June 1967.

Janis Joplin and her Psychedelic Porsche, 1968.

Hippie

Jefferson Airplane, The Haight/Ashbury, San Francisco, 1967

The Grateful Dead flipping the bird, 1967.

The Grateful Dead's last free concert on Haight Street, 1968.

The Who, San Francisco 1967.

Brian Jones and Jimi Hendrix backstage at the Monterey Pop Festival, 1967.

Jerry Garcia and Mountain Girl on the steps of 710 Ashbury Street, 1967.

The Charlatans perform in the Golden Gate Park , 1967.

Dancers in the Panhandle, San Francisco, 1967.

(Images © Jim Marshall)

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