The Rolling Stones classic documentary “Gimme Shelter” not only turned out to be a fan favourite but a watershed moment of rock n roll film making capturing the “weary band on stage” and also “documented the killing of a fan by the Hells Angels” who came on board as security for the concert at the request of The Rolling Stones. Albert and David Maysles had already captured the Beatles on film during the band’s first American visit. According to UltimateClassicRock.com, “The results were a fascinating, early look at the group — made even more intimate by the Maysles’ cinema verite style, which eschewed narration and often kept the camera at a distance from its subject. As he once told The New York Times, “Making a film isn’t finding the answer to a question; it’s trying to capture life as it is. Albert passed away at age 88 dying of natural causes in Manhattan NYC.