News - 24 Feb 2015
Henry Diltz: Capturing an Era of Rock Nobility on Film
CBS News paid tribute to legendary photographer Henry Diltz earlier this month. You can watch the video in full by clicking here
‘It's almost impossible to illustrate a history of American music in the late Sixties and Seventies without Diltz's pictures.’ – CBS
Diltz told CBS the stories behind some of his photo shoots, including the one with Mitchell and Crosby, pictured left.
‘Here’s the famous picnic in Mama Cass’ back yard. She invited David Crosby, who brought his young protégée, Joni Mitchell, who sat and played her entire first album before anyone had heard it before.’ – Henry Diltz
For more photographs and stories from Henry Diltz and almost 50 contributors, take a look at CALIFORNIA DREAMING
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Memories & Visions of LA 1966-75, Photographs by Henry Diltz
Henry Diltz, Graham Nash & over 45 contributors
The inside story of California in the Sixties and Seventies by those who were there. From The Byrds to the Eagles, 50 leading artists provide a first hand account exploring the music and mythology of this golden era. Read on...