Welcome to my website. Not much on here at the moment but I am
intending to build it up week by week with current work and
stuff from my archives. I have made the layout very simple so
that it is easy for me to add a good variety of things, some
just for interest and a place to keep them, and some for sale to
keep me in my old age. I am intending just to keep adding to
this front page until it becomes enormous and devours the whole
of the www. It's a while since I have done a website so I am
only familiar with old school technology but I expect to learn
some new tricks as time goes on. I am not going to operate a
proper shop style site with a shopping cart and buy one get one
free. If you see something you would like and the price is
right, just send me an
we will sort it out. Right now there are just two things you can
buy, Goldie volume one, which you buy directly from the printer
at blurb, or the limited edition prints from the book which I
will print on demand at the prices shown plus postage and
packing at cost. Next update I will add my Rolling Stones photos
from 1963, and probably a book of these too.
Have a nice day now, you hear?
PS. Just added this sneak preview of the STONES gallery.
May 2012. Added Rollins movie and Dancers from the 'Rudeye'
dance app for iPhone.
By the way the 'Rudeye' app is free, just search for it on your
Here is a link to
the website which I made for my friend Dick Fontaine.
(1995 US 126-page 10Ĺ" x 8" hardback book featuring
photographs by Gus Coral and text by David Hinckley & Debra
Rodamn. Packed with superb behind the scenes photographs,
information and quotes from 1963- the year the band embarked on
their first UK tour)
These pictures were first published in a book by Turner
ENTRY FROM THE STONES ARCHIVE
Gus Coral (& David Hinckley & D Rodman)
The Rolling Stones : Black & White Blues, 1963
Excellent book of Coral's photos of a date on the 1963 tour and
of the Stones recording 'I Wanna Be Your Man'.
Although the text drifts off the point from time to time,
the photo's are SO GOOD that this book is an absolute