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Like a Rolling Stone

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This photograph was taken on 11th January 1967, in Green Park, several days before the Rolling Stones took off for the United States. On a promotional tour for the release of their "Between the Buttons" album, the Stones were due to appear on the Ed Sullivan Show. The song "Let's spend the night together" caused a scandal. Mick Jagger was therefore obliged to alter the words for the American public and changed "Let's spend the night together" into "Let's spend some time together." The scandal surrounding the Stones propelled their career and at the same time their manager launched the slogan "Would you let your daughter marry a Rolling Stone?"

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Created in 1927, Keystone was the first big photo press agency to have international offices (London, Berlin, New York, etc…). Since its creation, it has produced a number of stories covering the four corners of the world and all types of subjects (arts, sciences, everyday life, industry, great political, sporting and cultural events). Numerous collections were also acquired allowing a collection to be built up of more than 15 million photographs which show history, personalities and arts over a period from antiquity to this day and age (1985). From the Russian Revolution to the advent of the Third Reich, from the First World War to the Camp David Accords, the essence of the 20th century is illustrated in the Keystone collection.Reproduction prohibited / Keystone France Agency

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