God I love Norman Seeff’s portraits. Powerful, direct and filled with the spirit of the people in front of his lens. Seeff’s Frank Zappa doesn’t look like any other Zappa I’ve ever seen but it’s a Zappa that totally captures a special creature inside. His John Huston brings you a man SO much bigger than life. His Pointer Sisters are just delicious…and they think so too.
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