The Rolling Stones – In The Beginning new and expanded edition launches

The Rolling Stones - In The Beginning

A new and expanded edition of The Rolling Stones: In The Beginning by Bent Rej is launching on October 1, with previously unseen images and forward by Bill Wyman.

This Thursday, October 1st, Octopus Books are publishing a new and expanded edition of The Rolling Stones: In the Beginning, by Bent Rej.

The book contains more than 300 intimate photos of the band, including the addition of stunning never-before-seen images that were recently unearthed from Rej’s archive. Bill has said that this is “the finest single collection of Stones photographs I have ever seen”, so you won’t want to miss this one.

You can pre-order your copy here: https://amzn.to/3dvcLN2

About The Rolling Stones – In The Beginning

In 1965 the Rolling Stones were big and about to be huge, when photographer Bent Rej was given unprecedented access to a year in the eye of the rock ‘n’ roll storm, accompanying the band on its first full European outing: the Satisfaction tour.

A young photographer for a Danish newspaper, he soon became friends with the band and found himself part of their inner circle – granting him unprecedented access to life inside one of the biggest bands on the planet as they grew in fame and stature.

The Rolling Stones: In the Beginning is Rej’s unique collection of more than 300 intimate photographs of the band on stage, on the road and at home – showing the band in a new light, a tight-knit group of young guys having a great time as a frenzy of fame builds around them.

Long a fan favourite, the book was first published in 2006 and this new, expanded edition offers an even closer look into the making of music history with the addition of never-before-seen images recently unearthed from Rej’s archives.

About Bent Rej

Bent Rej is an internationally renowned photographer, most notably for his work with some of the most iconic musicians of the 1960s, including The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, The Who and The Kinks. Bent passed away in 2016, with his work and legacy now looked after by his daughters.

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