Is this the most iconic rock album cover ever? OK, so ‘iconic’ is a vastly over-used word, but for me it marked a crossing of the Rubicon. The point at which poetry, rock, photography and art all came together as one (im)perfect whole- a statement of faith in the transfigurative powers of rock & roll.
9 June, 2009
The boy looked at Johnny, Johnny wanted to run…
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