I went on the road with Emmylou to produce the album art. This was taken from the rafters of an old Warners Theater in Fresno, California.
This particular image was not used, but I like it. She’s such a beautiful woman.
The front cover of a jazz album for musician Andrew Hill.
The wrap-around for an album we made for the great Bonnie Raitt.
George Harrison, being interviewed at Warner Bros. Records Burbank offices.
But, he did not have his guitar, so we asked John Fogerty, who was rehearsing in the basement, if we could borrow his guitar.
Fogerty said ‘yes’ so here’s the photograph with his guitar, but George turned it backwards.
I’m just brushing away a little fluff but a designer friend of mine calls this “Beatle Slapper.”
One of the best songwriters of his generation – Sonny (I Fought the Law) Curtis.
Bobby Russell, at a recording session. His biggest hit was “Little Green Apples.”
Joe Satrianai performing.
Portrait of Toni Childs in her home in 1991.
This photograph of Frank Zappa was originally a cover, which then became this poster.
This was an outtake from an all-night session, just me and Frank, which resulted in a cover.
And this is that cover.
Frank Zappa photographed in his in-home studio, located in the Hollywood Hills.
One of my favorites of FZ, in New York, just after a Halloween concert.
The coneheads were there in force, with Frank’s bodyguard standing watch.
This one Tom Brown chose for the cover of his best-selling book.
This one is a Polaroid, in his Hollywood Hills home.
Frank with his engineer, Spencer Chrislu, four months before he passed away in 1993.
Portrait of John Lee Hooker in a Hollywood recording studio in 1989.
The amazing songwriter Jimmy Webb, at a session for Johnny Rivers, listening to playback.
Randy Rhoads in my Hollywood studio December 15th, 1981. He was on a tour break with Ozzy and would be killed three months later, a small plane crash in Florida.
Portrait of Yngwie Malmsteen.
Ry Cooder photographed for Guitar World Magazine in my Hollywood studio in 1987.
Portrait of Steely Dan’s Jeff ‘Skunk’ Baxter.
Steve Vai, who was always entertaining to photograph, as he was open to trying just about anything.
The first time I visited Morrison’s grave at Pere Lachaise Cemetery just outside Paris, before someone absconded with the bust. No, it wasn’t me.
They always encouraged me to do macro work on the center, but I did not need encouraging.
This is Amber Miller, Dornsife’s new dean.
This one just screams: ELECTRCITY!
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