Keith Richards, The Rolling Stones, The Puffy Shirt on Top of the Pops, by Chris Walter
(Guitar nerds: Keef’s Flying V alert!)
Joni Mitchell on tour with Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue, 1975, by Ken Regan
As some folks have noted in reblogs, yes, the negative for this was flipped, in this case, by the photographer himself. This was very common at the time, making it easier for photos from a series to be sold to more than one publication. Magazine art directors often did (and still do) this too, to provide more flexibility in how text and graphic elements are laid out. I thought about flipping it, and have indeed reoriented or otherwise edited other photos before posting them, but in this case, I’ve enjoyed the photo as Ken first released it for so long that making it “right” now looks “wrong” to me!
The Who in Amsterdam for a Dutch TV recording, September 20, 1965. They look like babies!
The Rolling Stones, Sticky Fingers, released April 1971.
The Eagles: Bernie Leadon, Randy Meisner, Don Henley, and Glenn Frey, by Henry Diltz
Robert Plant – Honolulu 1971, yes? My edit of original via ledzeppelin
The Beatles in the US, 1965, by David McEnery via jazzinphoto. Adorable af, but I solemnly swear that they are up to no good.