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One of America's most iconic stars, seen through the lens of five celebrity photographers, including Al Satterwhite. Thi...
11/11/2022

One of America's most iconic stars, seen through the lens of five celebrity photographers, including Al Satterwhite. This book features never-before-seen images of Paul Newman on stage, on set, and while racing.

Join us at our NYC Gallery for a book signing with photographer Al Satterwhite this Saturday, November 12th from 2-5PM.

Please RSVP at morrisonhotelgallery.com

Eagles: Up Ahead in the Distance is an expansive book with 500-plus pages chronicling the band’s history. It’s comprised...
11/08/2022

Eagles: Up Ahead in the Distance is an expansive book with 500-plus pages chronicling the band’s history. It’s comprised of captivating stories, interviews and behind the scenes photographs from rock’s greatest photographers, including MHG’s very own Henry Diltz] .

Join us for a book signing on Nov 10th, 6-8PM with featured photographer Henry Diltz] and co-authors Steve Cafarelli & Rik Forgo

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From crystalline portraits of the late-great Jerry Garcia, Snoop Dogg and Joni Mitchell to gripping concert candids of A...
10/10/2022

From crystalline portraits of the late-great Jerry Garcia, Snoop Dogg and Joni Mitchell to gripping concert candids of Aerosmith, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Gary Clark, Jr., Jay Blakesberg () has been on the frontlines of music culture for the better part of the past half-century — but what happens when the music stops?

A collaborative pièce de résistance that first took form at the start of the start of the pandemic in March 2020 when Jay's daughter, Ricki (), began unearthing previously unseen imagery from her father's extensive archive film photography archive on Instagram under the guise of , retrospective rumination and present contemplation materialize on paper with the release of ‘RetroBlakesberg: Volume One: The Film Archives.’ Heralding a captivating shift in focus, the renowned photographer's latest monograph takes centerstage this Tuesday, October 11th as Morrison Hotel Gallery Soho plays host to the father-daughter duo for a slideshow presentation and book-signing event.

Please join us from 6-8pm for this special evening as we explore a life in pictures, words and multi-generational resonance, offering new and compelling insight into the personal essays and never-before-seen imagery which coalesce between the pages of ‘RetroBlakesberg.’

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"Love me tender, love me sweet. Never let me go, you have made my life complete..." || On this day in 1956, Elvis Presle...
10/10/2022

"Love me tender, love me sweet. Never let me go, you have made my life complete..." || On this day in 1956, Elvis Presley's () "Love Me Tender" entered the US singles chart, beginning a record-breaking 19-week climb to the coveted No. 1 spot where the ballad would come to stay for five weeks before being unseated by Guy Mitchell's "Singing The Blues."

Recorded for the 20th Century Fox film of the same title, "Love Me Tender" is an adaptation of an 1861 Civil War song entitled "Aura Lee" which has since been covered by the likes of Nat King Cole, Johnny Cash, Julie Andrews, Linda Ronstadt, Frank Sinatra, Jim Morrison, Barbara Streisand and Norah Jones among countless other contemporary icons.

Ph. Bella Zola for Daily Mirror (), Elvis Presley, Germany, 1960

Befalling the 50th anniversary of David Bowie’s seminal album, ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from...
09/29/2022

Befalling the 50th anniversary of David Bowie’s seminal album, ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars’, Genesis Publications and Morrison Hotel Gallery join forces to celebrate the release of new hardback monograph ‘Moonage Daydream: The Life and Times of Ziggy Stardust’ tomorrow (Friday, September 30) in New York City (116 Prince St, 2nd Floor // 6-8pm). In addition to copies of the highly-anticipated book made available for purchase, this special event also offers the gallery exclusive release of three previously unreleased images as limited edition fine art prints from the Mick Rock Archive. Celebrating the best of Bowie with cocktails, conversation and a performance by NYC DJ Duo The Muses, this is one not to be missed.

For those in Los Angeles, fear not, as select works will also be made available at our Sunset Marquis outpost as heralded this Saturday, October 1 (1200 Alta Loma Rd // 3-5pm) with an afternoon reception. Admission and availability will be accommodated on a first come, first served basis.

To note: There is no parking available at the Sunset Marquis Hotel. Parking is available at the Sunset Millennium Parking Garage. Enter via Sunset & Alta Loma Rd.

It's been 60 years since  caught their first major wave, signing to Capitol Records back in 1962. Tonight, Morrison Hote...
09/28/2022

It's been 60 years since caught their first major wave, signing to Capitol Records back in 1962. Tonight, Morrison Hotel Gallery retrospects the ride with the unveiling of ‘Good Vibrations’, an exclusive exhibition featuring previously-unseen imagery and a selection of limited edition prints co-signed by the band’s living members. A celebration of good vibes and great artistry, you are cordially invited to join us and special guests from 7-9pm at . RSVP link in bio🌊

To note: There is no parking available at the Sunset Marquis Hotel. Parking is available at the Sunset Millennium Parking Garage. Enter via Sunset & Alta Loma Rd.

𝐒𝐎𝐍𝐆𝐒 𝐈𝐍 𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐊𝐄𝐘 𝐎𝐅 𝐋𝐈𝐅𝐄In what very well may be the most gratifying quarter-life crisis in music history, a disillusion...
09/28/2022

𝐒𝐎𝐍𝐆𝐒 𝐈𝐍 𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐊𝐄𝐘 𝐎𝐅 𝐋𝐈𝐅𝐄
In what very well may be the most gratifying quarter-life crisis in music history, a disillusioned found himself on brink of retirement at just 26 years old with plans to trade in stadium tours for the more altruistic calling of working with disabled children in Ghana. That is, of course, prior to the September 28, 1976 when the prodigious singer-songwriter releases 'Songs in the Key of Life', an ambitious eighteenth studio album hallmarked by such hits as "Isn't She Lovely", "Pastime Paradise" and the aural vision of a creatively emancipated young artist coming into his own under new contract with Motown Records (), giving the prodigious talent the full creative control he sought on no uncertain terms.

A testament to truly time-honored artistry, the unrivaled visionary's crowning achievement still hits all the right notes 46 years later.

Ph. Al Satterwhite (), Stevie Wonder, Los Angeles, CA, 1974

From supermodels to superstars, life imitates art with the conclusion of New York Fashion Week’s spring 2023 season. Cap...
09/21/2022

From supermodels to superstars, life imitates art with the conclusion of New York Fashion Week’s spring 2023 season. Capping off the occasion in style this Friday, September 23, Morrison Hotel Gallery joins forces with to raise a toast to “Men of Wealth & Taste” and you’re invited. Dress to impress in your Friday best because this Prince St. pop-up is sure to rock.

Catching up on Monday calls and e-mails like Jagger. Here’s wishing you a week that rocks, no matter how you roll. —Ph. ...
09/19/2022

Catching up on Monday calls and e-mails like Jagger. Here’s wishing you a week that rocks, no matter how you roll.

Ph. Ken Regan, Mick Jagger, The Rolling Stones, Los Angeles, CA, 1972

Cheers to the late-great Amy Winehouse () in celebration of her 39th birthday🖤The unlikely heir of all the soul legends ...
09/14/2022

Cheers to the late-great Amy Winehouse () in celebration of her 39th birthday🖤

The unlikely heir of all the soul legends that had come before her, rose from the underbelly of Britain's retro-blues pub circuit with booming vocals, bouffant beehive where a gilded crown might have otherwise perched and an uncanny penchant for painting her own stories of addiction, love and loss with an edge unabashedly blunt as her signature winged eyeliner. Transcending time and the quantifiable means of awards won and acclaimed hits like "Back to Black", "Rehab", "Some Unholy War" and "Tears Dry On Their Own”, the depth and breadth of Winehouse’s veracious legacy is perhaps best revealed through the durational lens of a cautionary tale riddled in unresolved demons and a remarkable talent taken entirely too soon.

Nevertheless, it is in her magnanimous memory that we look to the future in full-volume style. Here’s to wishing you much the same.

Ph. Jake Chessum (), Amy Winehouse, London, 2004

“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” For all that which may divide us, lest we...
09/11/2022

“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” For all that which may divide us, lest we forget those forces far greater which unite on this, the 21st anniversary of 9/11.

Ph. Timothy White (), Keeper of the Flame, New York City #911

“For every poppy a life; and a reminder of the grief of loved ones left behind.”Queen Elizabeth II04.21.1926🕯09.08.2022
09/08/2022

“For every poppy a life; and a reminder of the grief of loved ones left behind.”

Queen Elizabeth II
04.21.1926🕯09.08.2022

37 years ago today, David Bowie () and Mick Jagger () began a four-week reign at the top of the UK singles chart with th...
09/07/2022

37 years ago today, David Bowie () and Mick Jagger () began a four-week reign at the top of the UK singles chart with their version of Martha and the Vandellas' 1964 hit "Dancing In The Street." However, this wasn't necessarily where the star-crossed collaborators initially intended for the cover to go.

Recorded over the course of a thirteen-hour session at Abbey Road Studios in June 1985 with all proceeds of the single benefitting Live Aid famine relief, the track and music video were just the beginning of the English duo's unlikely brainchild. Although the original plan, which entailed the two performing live together via satellite with a stream of Bowie at London's Wembley Stadium and Jagger at Philadelphia's John F. Kennedy Stadium, would ultimately be debunked by the realization of an unavoidable, half-second satellite link-up delay. Nevertheless, the chart-topping single would still go on to be revered as one of the greatest collaborations in music history.

Ph. Mick Rock (), Lou Reed, Mick Jagger and David Bowie, Cafe Royale, London, 1973

A massive success seemingly conjured overnight, Fleetwood Mac glides to centerstage by the mid-70s with hits like "Lands...
09/04/2022

A massive success seemingly conjured overnight, Fleetwood Mac glides to centerstage by the mid-70s with hits like "Landslide” and "Rhiannon" but today's moment in music history reminds us that such success was rarely quite so effortless as the enchanting Stevie Nicks () might’ve made it look at times.

In one of the most impressively laborious climbs in music history, the 1975 release of the band’s second eponymously-titled studio album not only benchmarks the arrival of newcomers Lindsey Buckingham () and Stevie Nicks (), but also a full year’s climb before finally peaking at No. 1 on September 4th, 1976, earning the group its first of three chart-topping albums. Moreover, the anniversary touches on a winning dynamic that has proven nothing short of spellbinding over the past 46 years and counting. More than a half-century since the initial formation of the widely-storied Fleetwood Mac, the beat goes on today in spite of itself as we celebrate the lasting prowess of truly profound artistry and all slings and arrows endured along the way.

Ph. Neal Preston (), Fleetwood Mac, Oakland, CA, 1976

Happy Bey Day! To join us in celebrating the icon’s 41st birthday and new era heralded with the monumental release of ‘R...
09/04/2022

Happy Bey Day! To join us in celebrating the icon’s 41st birthday and new era heralded with the monumental release of ‘Renaissance’, what is your favorite track? Let us know in the comments below👑🐝

Ph. Markus Klinko (), Beyoncé, ‘Dangerously In Love’ Outtake, New York City, 2003

Setting trend and precedent, "You Wear It Well" earns Rod Stewart () his second No.1 hit on September 2, 1972. 50 years ...
09/02/2022

Setting trend and precedent, "You Wear It Well" earns Rod Stewart () his second No.1 hit on September 2, 1972. 50 years onward, the singer and unsung style icon prevails with sixteen top 10s to date and a look that twenty-somethings everywhere would kill for.

Ph. Terry O’Neill (), Rod Stewart at his home in Old Windsor, 1971

For all the fast playing, faster living which underscores the oft cataclysmic trajectory of superstardom, seldom does an...
09/01/2022

For all the fast playing, faster living which underscores the oft cataclysmic trajectory of superstardom, seldom does an artist have the great fortune of enduring a quarter-century of chart-topping acclaim, much less the boldness walk away from it; rarer yet are those with the vision and virtuosity to willfully leave such success behind to start anew but that is precisely what rock pioneer Tina Turner () did when she severed ties with her longtime husband/producer in a commendable move of fortitude and talent that would more than pay off. Though no stranger to the U.S. singles charts, Turner's September 1, 1984 return would prove particularly gratifying; with "What's Love Got To Do With It", the soloist earns her first no.1 hit since becoming single herself.

Looking on at the infinite prospects beheld by the month and season ahead, let us all aspire to be a bit more like by embracing change and the perennial promise of new beginnings belonging to those willing to put in the leg work.

Ph. Bob Gruen (), Tina Turner, Honka Monka Club, NYC, 1970

August 31, 1995 | Exactly 27 years ago today, former couple and collaborators Carly Simon () and James Taylor () reunite...
08/31/2022

August 31, 1995 | Exactly 27 years ago today, former couple and collaborators Carly Simon () and James Taylor () reunited for the first time publicly since 1979 when they performed for 10,000 fans on Martha's Vineyard in an effort to raise money for the local agricultural society.

Capturing the essence of hopeful reunions and the Labor Day weekend ahead, today’s moment in mosaic history comes with the hope that you—yes, you—will be spending your holiday weekend someplace sunny in the company of legendary friends and lovers☀️

Ph. Richard E. Aaron (), Carly Simon & James Taylor, Bee Gees Party at Tavern On The Green, Central Park, New York City, 1977

While these days $3 may only get you so far as a one-way ticket on your local metro line, the going rate for free love a...
08/30/2022

While these days $3 may only get you so far as a one-way ticket on your local metro line, the going rate for free love and priceless music history in the making was just $3 USD (25 shillings) when Isle of Wight festival returned in its sophomore incarnation on August 30th, 1969, riding high on the whirlwind success of its trans-Atlantic counterpart Woodstock () transpiring only two weeks earlier.

Among a sea of some 150,000 music fans in attendance for headliners like Bob Dylan, The Who, Joe Cocker and the Moody Blues was an equally star-studded lineup including the likes of Keith Richards, Jane Fonda, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Elizabeth Taylor, John Lennon and Yoko Ono. After quadrupling in size the following year, rebounds in spite of a three-decade hiatus as a tradition time-honored and celebrated as the Rolling Stones, David Bowie and Amy Winehouse among others that have headlined the historic festival over the past 53 years and counting.

Ph. Peter Stone for Daily Mirror (), Marsha Hunt, Isle of Wight Music Festival, 1969

A perfect storm boasting all the anthemic prowess of its classic rock predecessors and grunge sensibilities of its then-...
08/27/2022

A perfect storm boasting all the anthemic prowess of its classic rock predecessors and grunge sensibilities of its then-present compatriots, Pearl Jam's () 'Ten' is released on August 27, 1991.

Despite an immediate reception that was considered less than lukewarm across the board, the debut studio album would ultimate more than live up to its title, becoming the band's biggest commercial success to date. Spawning three career-defining hits ("Alive", "Even Flow" and "Jeremy"), 'Ten' is revered over 30 years onward as a masterwork that might've been ahead of its time and a definitive precursor to the mainstream popularization of alternative rock that would come to chart-topping fruition through the years ahead.

Ph. Lance Mercer (), Pearl Jam, Magnuson Park, Seattle, 1992

More than ostentatious footwear and piano acrobatics that would give Jerry Lee Lewis a run for his money, what's capture...
08/25/2022

More than ostentatious footwear and piano acrobatics that would give Jerry Lee Lewis a run for his money, what's captured here is a star's high-spirited ascension as seen through the lens of MHG photographer Ed Caraeff (Eddie J. Caraeff]) on August 25, 1970.

An established Los Angeles outpost for showcasing both established and new talent, the Troubadour would play host to music history with the stateside debut of rising talent Elton John (). Headlining the first of six nights at the iconic venue, these shows would catapult the then-unknown from obscurity to the greatest showman to come out of England since the Beatles. At a time of maximum cultural contrast between London and L.A., the Brits came looking for freedom and enchantment and found it in multitudes, defying gravity and chart-topping expectation along the way.

Over a half-century onward, the Rocketman's star continues to ascend even as he bids adieu with less than one year left to catch him on his colossal 'Farewell Yellow Brick Road' Tour.

Ph. Ed Caraeff (Eddie J. Caraeff]), Elton John, Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA, 1970

“At your best, you are love.”𝐀𝐀𝐋𝐈𝐘𝐀𝐇 𝐃𝐀𝐍𝐀 𝐇𝐀𝐔𝐆𝐇𝐓𝐎𝐍01.16.1979🕯08.25.01—Ph. Jonathan Mannion (), Aaliyah, New York City, 2...
08/25/2022

“At your best, you are love.”
𝐀𝐀𝐋𝐈𝐘𝐀𝐇 𝐃𝐀𝐍𝐀 𝐇𝐀𝐔𝐆𝐇𝐓𝐎𝐍
01.16.1979🕯08.25.01

Ph. Jonathan Mannion (), Aaliyah, New York City, 2001

𝐄𝐀𝐒𝐘 𝐂𝐎𝐌𝐄, 𝐄𝐀𝐒𝐘 𝐆𝐎?When Plato professed, "Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imaginati...
08/24/2022

𝐄𝐀𝐒𝐘 𝐂𝐎𝐌𝐄, 𝐄𝐀𝐒𝐘 𝐆𝐎?
When Plato professed, "Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything", it's hard to imagine that the era foretold by the ancient Greek philosopher could be that soundtracked by three-chord progressions and charttoppers seldomly deviating from electronic choruses about being in the club. Plato's claim does however find an unlikely heir in Queen () when the British rock group took to Rockfield Studio 1 in Monmouth, Wales to begin recording "Bohemian Rhapsody" in 1975.

Beginning August 24th and continuing for the next three consecutive weeks, daily sessions lasting 10-12 hours, extensive instrument lines (including those recorded on the same C. Bechstein concert grand piano previously used by Paul McCartney on "Hey Jude") and innumerably spliced reams of 24-track analog tape would ultimately give cacophonous rise to what may only be described as a rock opera comprised of equal parts brilliance, buffoonery and 180 separate overdubs.

Reimagining pop music in the transcendental likeness of all the pan-canonical predecessors that had come before, "Bohemian Rhapsody" is a epic affirmation of the romantic ideals of rock art and the prodigious reign of Freddie Mercury () which remains steadfast and truly unprecedented a near half-century onward.

Ph. Neal Preston (), Freddie Mercury, Queen, Magic Tour, Wembley Stadium, England, 1986

As integral to rock legend as powerhouse hits and primally-charged world tours are off-stage antics, an indulgent pastim...
08/23/2022

As integral to rock legend as powerhouse hits and primally-charged world tours are off-stage antics, an indulgent pastime championed on no uncertain terms by the late-great Keith Moon () whose 21st birthday is a party story for the ages.

Widely-storied yet not altogether disproportionate to the legendary drummer’s propensity for fast playing and faster living, August 23, 1967 revelry began much the same as the countless 21st’s that had come before it— poolside at a Holiday Inn in booze-addled bliss. In the company of friends and fans alike, cake, candles and offenseless carousel careen into fire-extinguisher fights, exploding toilets and streaking through the hotel lobby before the arrival of Michigan police. Ever keen to avoid the boys in blue, Moon’s exit plan materializes in the form of a 1967 Lincoln Continental Limousine. In his inebriated state, however, the legendary drummer unwittingly released the handbrake. Rolling backward through a property fence and into the hotel pool, Moon resurfaced from the sunken getaway car to find himself surrounded by officers. Trying to make yet another run for it, the reckless rocker’s demise would be a piece of soggy birthday cake, slipping and knocking out a front tooth before being officially apprehended.

Released on bail the following morning just in time to catch a chartered plane to The Who’s () next sold-out gig in Philadelphia, Keith Moon reminds us that there is no rest for the wicked. Whether this moment in music history is more of a testament to Moon’s voracious legend or the age-old rule of running by the pool, its virtuosity reigns supreme some 55 years onward.

Ph. Michael Zagaris (), The Who, The Last Note, Winterland, San Francisco, CA, 1976

Who else is looking forward to another week of summertime splendor? While our Monday uniforms may vary, this is the vibe...
08/22/2022

Who else is looking forward to another week of summertime splendor? While our Monday uniforms may vary, this is the vibe we’re manifesting. SPF not included☀️

Ph. Al Satterwhite (), Vicki at the Beach, 1970

Who else is looking forward to another week of summertime splendor? While our Monday uniforms may vary, this is the vibe...
08/22/2022

Who else is looking forward to another week of summertime splendor? While our Monday uniforms may vary, this is the vibe we’re manifesting. SPF not included.

Ph. Al Satterwhite (), Vicki at the Beach, 1970

“Don't forget you're alive. 'Cause sometimes when you walk around the city and you're in a bad mood, you can think, hey,...
08/21/2022

“Don't forget you're alive. 'Cause sometimes when you walk around the city and you're in a bad mood, you can think, hey, wait a minute, we're alive! We don't know what the next second will bring and what a fantastic thing this is. This can get easily forgotten in the routine of life, and that's something I'm trying to bring to my attention at all times. Don't forget you're alive. We're not dead, you know. This is the greatest thing.”

Remembering the life, times and philosophy of the late-great Joe Strummer () in celebration of the Clash co-founder's 70th birthday. Visit the link in bio for more highlights from the Morrison Hotel Gallery archives.

Ph. Josh Cheuse (), Joe Strummer, London, 1985

On August 19, 1967, the Beatles () scored their 14th U.S. No.1 single with "All You Need Is Love", the first song to pre...
08/19/2022

On August 19, 1967, the Beatles () scored their 14th U.S. No.1 single with "All You Need Is Love", the first song to premiere live via global satellite performance. For all its merit and well-deserved commendation, what is still perhaps lesser known over a half-century onward is which other internationally beloved voices appear on the the time-honored hit.

Encapsulating the idyllic "summer of love" in all its simplistic, utopian splendor, the anthem’s backing vocals are appropriately enlivened by a coterie of friends, lovers and iconic comrades including the likes of Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Marianne Faithfull, Jane Asher, Mike McCartney, Pattie Boyd, Eric Clapton, Graham Nash and Keith Moon who were all in attendance for its historic broadcast on that fateful day at Abbey Road. More exceptional photos from today’s moment in music history now on view at link in bio.

Ph. David Magnus, The Beatles, Abbey Road, 1967

60 years ago today, the tempo for a cultural phenomenon dubbed   is set in motion by Ringo Starr () who joins the Beatle...
08/18/2022

60 years ago today, the tempo for a cultural phenomenon dubbed is set in motion by Ringo Starr () who joins the Beatles () in concert for the very first time at a quaint music hall just outside of Liverpool on August 18th, 1962.

Subbing in for Pete Best, the band's former drummer who had been fired only two days prior, Starr completes the Fab Four, a self-evident formula for unrivaled success giving seemingly overnight rise to the greatest selling musical group of all time.

Today, the durational impact of what must've then seemed, to the band of Liverpool locals, little more than a trivial decision to regroup has us questioning the seismic possibilities beheld by the otherwise innocuous decisions made each and every day. Where would the Beatles be today without this historic change in lineup? Better yet, where would music be?

Ph. Charles Trainor, Ringo Starr, Miami Beach, 1964

Gifted trumpeter, innovative band leader and confounding cultural figure, the complex legacy left behind by Miles Davis ...
08/17/2022

Gifted trumpeter, innovative band leader and confounding cultural figure, the complex legacy left behind by Miles Davis () posits endlessly compelling avenues for retrospection; fittingly, among his most celebrated is 'Kind of Blue.'

Released on August 17, 1959, the studio album which brought together seven future legends at the apex of their careers (tenor saxophonist John Coltrane, alto saxophonist Julian "Cannonball" Adderly, pianists Bill Evans and Wynton Kelly, bassist Paul Chambers, drummer Jimmy Cobb and, of course, trumpeter Miles Davis) would culminate in the best-selling jazz record of all time. Revered as much by rock and classical music fans as jazz lovers, the universally acknowledged masterpiece sets a new, unorthodox standard for genre-transcendent greatness.

63 years onward, its cool innovation prevails as a masterclass in "first take" magic and no frills, all thrills artistry. For more highlights from and other jazz greats, visit the link in bio.

Ph. Don Hunstein (.hunstein), Miles Davis, New York City, 1958

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