08/30/18 • 72 min
Episode 5 of ‘Art of Rock with Kosh & Friends’ finds Henry Diltz in conversation with Kosh. While they have known each other for decades they only worked together once, but crossed paths constantly with similar clients.
Henry Diltz is a legendary photographer and musician active since the 1960’s. He is famous for capturing the laidback Laurel Canyon scene of the early 1970’s, the cover of The Doors album, ‘Morrison Hotel’ and the Woodstock music festival, where he was dubbed the “official photographer”. He got his professional start meeting the Monkees, photographing them and actually playing on a few of their tracks.
First recognized as a musician for the Modern Folk Quartet, where he began shooting pictures of the group to shooting album covers for James Taylor’s Sweet Baby James and The Eagles, Desperado albums, as well as over 200 others.
Henry is still working and is co-founder of the Morrison Hotel Gallery (Los Angeles, Maui, New York). Check out his new exhibit “Listening Through the Lens: The Music Photography of Henry Diltz at NAMM’s Museum of Making Music in Carlsbad California, now through October 28th, 2018. Details here: https://www.museumofmakingmusic.org/exhibits/diltz
More on Henry: http://www.henrydiltz.com/
Buy Henry's Photos: https://www.morrisonhotelgallery.com/default.aspx
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