Baron Wolman was the first ever photographer for Rolling Stone magazine. During his three year tenure at the magazine he photographed some of the biggest names in music. Since leaving Rolling Stone in 1970 he has photographed authors, actors and sportsmen. A qualified pilot, he has also published two collections of aerial photography and continues to exhibit his work around the world today.
"The Rolling Stone Years," is a must for music lovers and rock historians.
If you're a fan of music, you're going to love the journey this book takes you on, back, back, back to the truly great artists in music history.
Moreover, Baron shares his insights on the world of Rock, and the brilliant, yet sometimes flawed characters that inhabited that world.
This is a fairly interesting book that's entertaining to leaf through. However, there isn't much in it that would be really new to an avid follower of the rock scene over the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Yak
Read and saw an interview with Baron Wolman and ordered the book -- got a fantastic price on it and hope to see him sometime and get it autographed.Published 12 months ago by Bill Harbin
Some people are drawn to Baron Wolman's wizardry with a camera and the sheer artistic beauty of his photographs. Read morePublished on September 8, 2011 by Tom Brown
They say timing is everything, but even then it's what you do with it if you do happen to find yourself in the right place at the right time. Read morePublished on August 25, 2011 by Bill Bentley
You can not just read it and look at the pictures, but...I'm almost sure I can also hear it, listen to it...Published on August 23, 2011 by Kamen Zheynov