Jean Terrell sings into an overhead mic in Detroit. Diana Ross had just separated from the Supremes and gone out on her own, wh...Full story
Marvin Gaye in Detroit in 1971. Photographer Jim Hendin was on assignment to shoot the cover for Gaye's "What's Going On" album....Full story
Paul Williams' photo was taken at Hendin's studio. Paul was a member of the Temptations in 1969...Full story
Kiki Dee's album cover "Great Expectations" done in 1970 and PR lobby shots....Full story
Jean Terrell and Berry Gordy at Hitsville studio. There is a reflection of Berry in the glass....Full story
In the studio that day photographer Jim Hendin wanted to try a bunch of different things....Full story
Marvin liked to work out at the gym every day. This photograph was taken in his car while going to meet his friends. This was ...Full story
In 1971 Marvin was at his home on Outer Drive in Detroit, Michigan. This was the last photograph of the day. He was expressing...Full story
Photographer Jim Hendin had a photo studio on James Cousin and Outer Drive in Detroit. Motown bands would come in to do their p...Full story
During the production of the Edwin Star record...Full story
Junior Walker in the studio shots were for covers for the Junior Walker and the All Stars...Full story
Smokey Robinson, 1969, Detroit photo studio. His next stop was at the Apollo Theater in New York....Full story
Kiki Dee's location photography for album and PR in 1971 location shot in Southfield, Michigan....Full story
Temptations just back from a road trip came into Hendin's studio in Detroit, Mi. and then back on the road the next day 1975...Full story
Stevie Wonder photos were for cover "Greatest Hits Vol 2" and for his album "Signed Sealed and Delivered, 1975...Full story
Marvin was working on his album What's Going On at his house in Detroit, Michigan on Outer Drive. While he sang his family gath...Full story
This photograph of Marvin Gaye was done in 1971 for the album What's Going On. The cover was photographed at Marvin's home in D...Full story
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Michael Jackson posing for a portrait in Detroit, Michigan in 1969....Full story
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