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Ike & Tina Turner at a party in Copenhagen in 1973
Ike & Tina Turner photographed by Gjon Mili for LIFE magazine, 1970.
Sonny & Cher photographed for the Chicago Sun Times, 1971.
Kate Bush photographed by Gered Mankowitz,
Rev. Jesse Jackson speaks to reporters at the Operation PUSH Soul Picnic at the 142nd Street Armory in New York on March 26, 1972.
Left to right are: Betty Shabazz, widow of Malcolm X; Jackson; Tom Todd, vice president of PUSH; Aretha Franklin; Miriam Makeba and Louis Stokes, rear right. PUSH stands for People United to Save Humanity.
Marvin Gaye photographed by Ed Caraeff in Van Nuys, California on March 28, 1976.
Ed Caraeff: “Marvin was one of a very few I photographed that I was in awe of meeting. I was a big fan. He was not in a good mood, going thru a divorce, obligated to release an album by his father in law’s (Berry Gordy) record company. Motown hired me to ‘replicate a place in Jamaica that Marvin had just returned from.’ The photographs were never published. The cover used on Here, My Dear is a funky b & w illustration.”
[Correction: Berry Gordy was his brother in law, Marvin was married to his sister Anna Gordy]