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Today we celebrate the work of the legendary Rock n Roll Photographer Mr Jim Marshall with my guest Amelia Davis.
Amelia is the owner and manager of Jim Marshall Photography LLC.
Amelia stops by the show to talk all about the new fantastic documentary on Jim called Show Me The Picture The Story Of Jim Marshall.
You name the artist and Jim has the most Iconic photo of them ever. I loved this film and it was an honor to talk to Amelia.
This episode is brought to you by Rolling Stone 500
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