This book of Every Picture Tells A Story by Terry O Neill is 189 pages of various pictures of celebrities and the stories behind them The following are some of the multiple pictures and stories featured within the book David Bowie pages 36 37. Features some of Terry O'Neill's most well nown and iconic fromthan 50 years behind the camera O'Neill reveals the stories behind his most iconic images from the morning spent with Faye Dunaway at the pool in Beverly Hills to walking around Vegas with Sean Connery dressed as James Bond and a chance encounter with Bruce Springsteen on the Sunset Strip I was walking up the Miami Beach boardwalk to the Fontainebleau Hotel where Sinatra was staying I just reached out with the letter in my hand and he took it He opened it read it turned to his security men and said this id's with me I never found out what Ava said to him in that letter From that mome. ,
Terry O'Neill ´ 0 SummarySean Connery pages 52 55 Alice Cooper pages 58 59 Dustin Hoffman pages 88 89 Tom Jones pages 98 99Led Zeppelin pages 104 105 Steve Mcueen pages 108 109 Sophia Loren pages 110 113Bruce Springsteen pages 166 167 Diana Ross pages 154 155Rod Stewar. Nt on I was part of his inner circle Terry
O'Neill From The Beatles to the Rolling Stones Terry O'Neill fast became the photographer of the 1960s Having anFrom The Beatles to the Rolling Stones Terry O'Neill fast became the photographer of the 1960s
Having An And Ear Foran and ear for and musicians he instinctively new what bands to focus on And they in turn trusted him I remember sitting in a pub with the Beatles and the Stones We were just hanging out and talking about what we'd do next after all of this was over By this we meant the fame being the 'new ids of the moment' Usually this sort of celebrity doesn't last Little did we now that 60 years later we'd still be at it Music lead O'Neill to Hollywood and working with stars resulted not only in to memorabl.