Friday Night Forgotten Oldie: 400,000 photos

On Sunday the premium cable channel EPIX airs the second and final part of “Laurel Canyon,” a documentary about the Los Angeles rock scene of the ‘60s and ‘70s. A critical component in addition to footage and interviews is the work of Henry Diltz, one of American popular music’s most noted photographers. Diltz had inside access to one of the high water marks in rock history.

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In 2015 CBS Correspondent Anthony Mason produced this feature on Laurel Canyon  Henry Diltz.

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I’ll have more on Laurel Canyon in my mega-Friday night music blog after 7:00 this evening.

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