Henry Stanford Diltz, né à Kansas City, dans le Missouri, aux États-Unis, le 6 septembre 1938, est, à la base, un musicien de folk, jouant de la clarinette et du banjo devenu photographe dans les années 1960. Il vit actuellement en Californie.↑ (en) « Henry Diltz, biographie », sur billboard.com (consulté le 21 novembre 2012)

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  • Henry Stanford Diltz, né à Kansas City, dans le Missouri, aux États-Unis, le 6 septembre 1938, est, à la base, un musicien de folk, jouant de la clarinette et du banjo devenu photographe dans les années 1960. Il vit actuellement en Californie.
  • Henry Stanford Diltz (* 6. September 1938 in Kansas City (Missouri)) ist ein US-amerikanischer Folkmusiker (Gesang, Banjo, Gitarre, Klarinette) und Fotograf. Er gilt als „der offizielle Fotograf des Woodstock-Festivals“.Mitte der 1960er war Diltz Mitglied des Modern Folk Quartet. Er wohnte im Laurel Canyon in den Hügeln von Los Angeles, wo zahlreiche Musiker lebten, darunter Stephen Stills, Joni Mitchell, Frank Zappa und viele mehr. Aus einer Laune heraus kaufte er sich eine gebrauchte Kamera und begann, sein Umfeld zu fotografieren. Er konnte ein Foto der Gruppe Buffalo Springfield für 100 $ an ein Magazin verkaufen und wurde „der“ Szenefotograf des Canyon.Fotos von Diltz wurden in zahlreichen Zeitschriften und Zeitungen veröffentlicht und sind auf vielen (manche Quellen sprechen von über 200) Schallplattencovern zu sehen, etwa auf dem Debütalbum von Crosby, Stills & Nash, auf Morrison Hotel der Doors und auf Sweet Baby James von James Taylor.2001 war Diltz Mitgründer der „Morrison Hotel Gallery“, die Werke bekannter Fotografen ausstellt und vertreibt.2013 erschien die Filmdokumentation „Legends of the Canyon“, durch die Diltz als Erzähler führt.
  • Henry Stanford Diltz (born September 6, 1938, in Kansas City, Missouri) is a folk musician and photographer, who has been active since the 1960s.ewsAmong the bands Diltz played with were the Modern Folk Quartet (later Quintet), who included Chip Douglas, Jerry Yester and Cyrus Faryar, released two albums in 1963/64 and were later produced by Phil Spector. They did numerous college concert tours and club engagements around the country in the 1960s.While a member of the Modern Folk Quartet, Diltz became interested in photography, met The Monkees, played on some of their recording sessions, and took numerous photographs of the band, many of which have been published. His work also attracted the eye of other musicians who needed publicity and album cover shots. He was the official photographer at Woodstock, and the Monterey and Miami Music Festivals, and has photographed over eighty record album covers.In 1971 he and songwriter Jimmy Webb nearly died in a glider aircraft accident. Webb was piloting and Diltz was taking motion picture film from the rear seat. Both suffered significant injuries. The film did not survive.Diltz contributed all the photographs to the 1978 book, 'California Rock, California Sound' which archived the Los Angeles music scene of the 70's chronicling artists like Crosby Stills & Nash, Joni Mitchell and J.D. Souther. British writer, Anthony Fawcett, provided the brunt of the text.Diltz is co-founder of the "Morrison Hotel" Galleries along with Peter Blachley and Rich Horowitz in SoHo and the Bowery in New York City and in West Hollywood at the Sunset Marquis Hotel in Los Angeles California. These galleries specialize in fine-art rock'n roll photography, including his own works.Diltz is still active, including a role as contributing photographer to The Henry Rollins Show. He was among the 43 photographers invited to donate a print to "FOCUS: an auction of the finest photography to benefit City Harvest...." The fund-raiser was on September 18, 2008 supported City Harvest, a food collection bank in New York City FOCUS. Diltz lives in California.
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  • Henry Stanford Diltz, né à Kansas City, dans le Missouri, aux États-Unis, le 6 septembre 1938, est, à la base, un musicien de folk, jouant de la clarinette et du banjo devenu photographe dans les années 1960. Il vit actuellement en Californie.↑ (en) « Henry Diltz, biographie », sur billboard.com (consulté le 21 novembre 2012)
  • Henry Stanford Diltz (* 6. September 1938 in Kansas City (Missouri)) ist ein US-amerikanischer Folkmusiker (Gesang, Banjo, Gitarre, Klarinette) und Fotograf. Er gilt als „der offizielle Fotograf des Woodstock-Festivals“.Mitte der 1960er war Diltz Mitglied des Modern Folk Quartet. Er wohnte im Laurel Canyon in den Hügeln von Los Angeles, wo zahlreiche Musiker lebten, darunter Stephen Stills, Joni Mitchell, Frank Zappa und viele mehr.
  • Henry Stanford Diltz (born September 6, 1938, in Kansas City, Missouri) is a folk musician and photographer, who has been active since the 1960s.ewsAmong the bands Diltz played with were the Modern Folk Quartet (later Quintet), who included Chip Douglas, Jerry Yester and Cyrus Faryar, released two albums in 1963/64 and were later produced by Phil Spector.
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