LET IT BLEED, THE ROLLING STONES '69 TOUR, In 1969, a disparate group of sixteen travelers gathered in a Los Angeles hilltop home. Five of them were the Rolling Stones. In the waning days of the sixties, they crisscrossed America, a band on tour and the intimate cadre that supported them, to arrive among a chaotic crowd of 400,000 at Altamont Speedway. One photographer captured the images of the exciting moments, the quiet moments, and the tragic moments that marked this journey.
© Ethan Russell, 2008
© Ethan Russell, 1968
© Ethan Russell, 1969
© Ethan Russell, 1972
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