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Known for his iconic portraits of famous artists such as Bob Marley, the Sex Pistols, and Patti Smith, British photographer Dennis Morris began using cameras at a young age. This book is composed mainly of photographs taken in his teens, the start of a career spanning more than 50 years. The poverty and difficulties, the strength and pride of the community, and the coolness of the style all come into focus. From portraits in a simple studio to documenting sound system culture and depicting the civil rights movement, Morris presents a chronicle of Afro-British people in the 1960s and ’70s. This updated edition of a 2012 publication also includes newly coloured monochrome photographs.