Janis Joplin at Jahrhunderhalle, Frankfurt Germany, April 1969, by her road manager John Byrne Cook, via
at the Star Club March 18, 1967, in Hamburg, Germany, by Gunter Zint.
Marc Bolan, T. Rex, 1973, from the sleeve for the German single “The Groover”, via
Jim Morrison, September 1968, Germany
Roger Waters in action | 1971
Munster, Germany, February 24
Jim Morrison goes to church: September 14, 1968 at the 800 year-old former chapel of the city council Alte Nikolaikirche (Saint Nicholas), Frankfurt, Germany in front of the 15th century gravestone of the first mayor of Frankfurt, Siegfried zum Paradies.
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German releases of the only two singles from 1971’s Led Zeppelin IV, featuring the album’s first two songs as the A-sides. That’s right – no official single release for “Stairway to Heaven.”
The Doors, “Love Her Madly,” March 1971, the month before its appearance on LA Woman. (German release)
Shocking Blue in 1971
Shocking Blue’s song “Venus” hit so hard in 1970 that many folks today think of them as a one-hit wonder (whose biggest song was even bigger for Bananarama in 1986), but they had a remarkable run through the early 70s. Here they are in 1971, on the German series Disco, which debuted on ZDF that February. Mariska Veres is one of rock’s great vocalists, tearing it up here on “Shocking You” (following the pretty nifty opening titles for Disco 71).