Bloomsbury Auctions has a whole raft of amazing rock 'n' roll images under the hammer tomorrow (November 21). Don Hunstein took this photo of Bob Dylan and Suze Rotolo, during the Freewheelin’ session in New York, 1960. It's estimated to go for between £1,500 and £2,000.
Bruce Springsteen and the late Clarence Clemons, the legendary saxophonist, shot by Eric Meola in 1975.
Here's Jimi Hendrix, photographer in Montpelier Square, London in 1967, shot by Eve Bowen.
Mick Jagger shot in 2005 by Mark Seliger at the time of the band's A Bigger Bang worldwide tour.
A rare, intimate still of Paul McCartney during The Beatles' Mad Day Out on July 28, 1968. Tom Murray joined the team of esteemed war photographer Don McCullin who'd been personally picked out by Macca to take photos for the band's new press shots.
In 1971 Miles Davis was still in his electric period. He'd released 'Bitches Brew' the year before and would release 'Jack Johnson' and 'Live-Evil' that year. Here is is pictured at home on the Upper West Side by Anthony Barboza.
Sarah Vaughan sings 'Lullaby Of Birdland' at the height of her stardom in NYC, 1949. Photo by Herman Leonard.
Unused photos from The Beatles' 'Abbey Road' photoshoot will go on sale tomorrow. The shots were taken on 8 August 1969 by photographer Iain Macmillan, who had only ten minutes to complete the entire shoot.
Six photos were taken in all, including the photo that eventually made the final cut, as well as a scenery shot of the Abbey Road sign.
'Abbey Road' was released in September 1969, with the iconic album cover beloved and parodied ever since. The artwork is also the focus of several conspiracy theories, including one that Paul McCartney is in fact dead and was replaced on the sleeve by an imposter.
William P. Gottlieb shot Frank Sinatra in 1947, the year he released his second album 'Songs By Sinatra'.
Keith Richards shot in New York by Mark Seliger in 2005.