The CALIFORNIA DREAMING story begins in 1966 as Henry Diltz discovers the wonders of the photographic image and begins a life-long love affair with his camera.
As a folk musician living in Laurel Canyon and a friend to the musician elite, Henry was party to the burgeoning LA music scene and was able to capture the magic of a brief and bright moment in the history of rock music.
He had unprecedented access to every one of his subjects, and his photographs, which include seminal album covers such as The Doors' Morrison Hotel and Crosby, Stills and Nash's eponymous debut, have come to define the era.
Michael Lang, Dan Garson, Henry Diltz
Produced in collaboration with Woodstock's Executive Producer Michael Lang, this two-volume boxed set is the definitive account of three days that shook the world.
Ross Halfin, Brad Tolinski
The most comprehensive visual memoir of Hendrix ever published.