In 1969, Rolling Stone Magazine, then barely a year old, published a scandalous issue on the backstage proclivities of rock stars, and the women who sought them out. The magazine pulled out all the stops, daring to put a full page ad on the back of the New York Times.
For the first-time, the original chronicle is published in book form and showcases Baron Wolman's portraiture. Baron's approach yielded elegant, bohemian results, capturing the women's adventurous side, their playfulness and vulnerability.
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