Category: henry diltz

Jerry Garcia and David Crosby, 1971, at Grace Slick & Paul Kantner’s house to record Crosby’s solo album, If Only I Could Remember My Name. Photo by Henry Diltz. 

Joni Mitchell, kinda glam, 1974, by Henry Diltz

Neil Young in Buffalo Springfield, 1967, by Henry Diltz

The Doors, LA 1969, by Henry Diltz. 

“This is the original Hard Rock Cafe in Downtown, LA. It opened in the 30’s. After the Morrison Hotel album photo shoot, Jim wanted to get a drink, so Henry and The Doors headed for Skid Row where there were plenty of bars, including this one. A picture of this bar was on the back of their album, which led to a phone call from London asking to use the name for a new cafe: ‘The Hard Rock Cafe.’”

Cass Elliot, by Henry Diltz

The Doors, outtake from the Morrison Hotel covershoot, 1969, by Henry Diltz, who tells this story: 
This was a transient hotel in Downtown LA on Hope Street. The Doors didn’t have permission to take this picture, so when the lobby was empty, they ran in quickly and sat behind the window.” via

Neil Young in Buffalo Springfield, 1967, by Henry Diltz



Glenn Frey, The Eagles, by Henry Diltz

The Doors, Morrison Hotel. Photo by Henry Diltz.