Audio’s Visuals: The Photography of Henry Diltz

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Fullerton Museum
301 N. Pomona Ave.
Fullerton, CA  92832
If you’re into “the desert,” cacti in white jars and floppy sand-colored shawls—or if you’re into the Allah-Las, Cisco Pike and street scenes in the Rockford Files—then music photographer (and musician) Henry Diltz largely invented your aesthetic, and you’ll find something soft and sunny to love somewhere between his '60s Laurel Canyon and his '70s soft-rock Sunset Strip. His album covers for the Doors and Crosby Stills & Nash are iconic, but his candids, portraits, live work and lesser-known knockouts (Richard Pryor’s first LP! An incandescent Tina Turner you’ll recognize soon as you see it!) should be just as well-known. Think of him as the face behind the faces of your record collection.
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