DescriptionGimme Shelter (20th Century Fox, 1970). One Sheet (27" X 41").
The horrific events at the Altamont Speedway were all captured on cameras by brothers Albert and David Maysles. Their footage would spell the beginning of the end for the "peace/love" era in America just four months after Woodstock. Many consider this film second only to Woodstock in underlining the disparate mix of art and reality in the music of the 1960s. While it chronicles one of the darkest days in the history of rock and roll, it also captures the Rolling Stones, the longest lived rock band in history, at their prime, and makes this high grade flat-folded poster, done in almost a "black-light" style, a "must" for any true rock collector. Near Mint/Mint.
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