Jim Marshall is the ultimate rock & roll photographer -- a man who began shooting during San Francisco's acid rock heyday and never stopped; a man Annie Leibovitz once called the rock & roll photographer . His outsized personality and penchant for fast living have given him a special rapport with musicians and enabled him to get candid, revealing shots. Not Fade Away collects the best of Marshall's photography for the first time -- and gives us a memorable visual history of the rock & roll era that is unprecedented in its intimacy, immediacy, and impact. -- Includes a foreword by actor/producer Michael Douglas and an interview by Jon Bowermaster. -- Answers the question What was really going on when that picture was taken? with insightful, behind-the-scenes captions accompanying the 124 duotone photographs. -- The 1997 hardcover edition sold nearly 10,000 copies. -- Subjects include the Doors, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, and many others.