David Montgomery is a celebrated award-winning international photographer. Heralded by Q Magazine in their recent special edition on Psychedelia as having produced some of the most iconic images of the sixties, he is internationally renowned as one of the most legendary photographers of all time. David has contributed regularly to Vogue, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, Rolling Stone, House and Garden as well as many books including Designer’s Guild, Pulbrook & Gould and Nicky Haslam’s “Sheer Opulence”. He was commissioned by the post office to photograph a special edition stamp for the millennium which won a silver award at the D&AD (Design and Art Direction Awards).
This photograph was used as the European cover for Jimi Hendrix’s 1968 album Electric Ladyland. It features nineteen London Club girls, all non-models, who were asked spontaneously to pose nude. When it was released, the cover was banned in the US.
Electric Ladyland was released in October 1968 as the third and final album of the new material by the Jimi Hendrix Experience. It is the only professionally produced studio album. Electric Ladyland topped to Billboard 200 album chart for two weeks in November 1968.
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