Photo by Chuck Pulin R.I.P. April 21, 2010
replaced by original file found by David McGough and known as NoeSTUDIO_54_by_Chuck_Pulin_529_ORIG
On Friday, April 13, 2012 9:45 AM, David McGough wrote:
"... found the original. Deep Purple party 1977"
[pic of Noe and Patti Dryden at STUDIO 54 by Chuck Pulin ATTACHED]
R.I.P. Chuck Pulin
Bebe Buell: RIP Chuck Pulin- legendary rock photographer. Chuck took
some of the most iconic photos ever taken. Beyond that, he was my
friend. I will miss your face at all my shows and your loyalty to me
over the years was always appreciated. RIP dear Chuck, pop culture
April 21, 2010 at 12:02pm
Chet Flippo, Deborah Frost and 19 others like this.
It is a whole different type of photography - trying to capture a piece of an artist is not easy. Kudos to Chuck and all the others who try and may Chuck be in heaven capturing the souls of Hendrix, Joplin, etc......... on film
Yesterday at 12:05pm
no!! so sad =-( what happened?
Yesterday at 12:08pm
He passed in his sleep- peacefully... yesterday.
Yesterday at 12:14pm
Timothy C Sullivan
Yesterday at 12:16pm
Awww :-( rest in peace sweet chuck
Yesterday at 12:21pm
Bad year for rock photographers.
Yesterday at 12:23pm
Harry George Pellegrin
I am sory to hear this. It is a small consolation that his passing was peacful.
Yesterday at 12:26pm
Karina Van Ron
May he be in the heavens above & still watching over you ..ANGEL NUMBER FAITH, love is all, Photographic memories. Much love, keep well...Karina Van Ron x
Yesterday at 12:36pm
I can't believe that Chuck died. Shit. Chuck was "the man" in the photo pit with me for many many years. He was a kind and gentle guy and a great photographer. I will miss him. RIP
Yesterday at 12:44pm
Rhonda S Markowitz
Chuck was so intrinsically kind that he often took other photographers under his wing, not seeing them as competitors in what can be a cut-throat enterprise. He was one of a kind, and I will miss my friend more than I can say.
Yesterday at 12:49pm
I agree with all. There are more comments on my page. A dear man and true professional.
Yesterday at 1:04pm
Another loss to our history book....RIP...
Yesterday at 1:17pm
RIP Chuck - I used to have the b/w promo photo he took of Hot Tuna many years ago . . . such a fine photographer.
Yesterday at 1:28pm
Bebe, you have given words at a time when I can find no words...
Yesterday at 1:49pm
Christopher John Maguire
wow, that is most sad. i knew him from my record biz days.....hope it wasn't a painful departure....
Yesterday at 2:46pm
Rosalyn Howard Arnold
I'm sorry for your loss ~
Yesterday at 2:56pm
I'm sorry Bebe.
Yesterday at 5:40pm
Carrie Atwell Goodman
Sorry for the loss of you friend
Yesterday at 6:05pm
A real legend who will be missed.
Yesterday at 8:23pm
sorry for your loss
Yesterday at 8:47pm
Bebe- i know you carry on the good of your close friends- we can feel it! XO
Yesterday at 9:44pm
Sad news indeed. Chuck's amazing eye for detail and emotion in motion can be seen here:
This was in the joint's heyday. The hoi polloi rubbed elbows with the hoity toity. That's me on the right doing the funky boogaloo with my friend Patty. We were quite the Public Dancers in those days.
Mick Jagger was a regular ... we bumped into him at all kinds of parties ... Sly Stone's wedding, Stevie Wonder's birthday party. These shindigs were held in tony spots like the Rainbow Room and the Starlight Roof, usually paid for by a record label. Those were the days! Clive Davis, before he became know as the American Idol paterfamilias -- way before -- famously spent $60K of Columbia Records' money on his son's bar mitzvah in a party just like those.
The Rolling Stones and Martin Scorsese teamed up for the new rockumentary “Shine a Light” opening in IMAX and theatres everywhere April 4th. Paramount Pictures was kind enough to release footage and phone interviews with Mick Jagger and Keith Richards exclusively to Mahalo Daily. In the words of the Stones themselves, start me up!
Shine a Light
The Rolling Stones
Shine a Light Movie
Noe Gold : doctornoemedia.blogspot.com/