In Guy's studio in Beverly Hills during her Mod Squad television series and her hit single "Stoney End."...Full story
Photo taken in Franklin Canyon, Beverly Hills for "The Sound of Silence"...Full story
Photographed in a Malibu stream in chain mail....Full story
Shot at Guy's Benedict Canyon estate....Full story
Taken while on tour in the Arizona Desert....Full story
Photo taken at Guy's studio in Venice....Full story
Photographed in a junk yard in Los Angeles, and known for their song Pushin' too hard....Full story
Guy took this photo at Dean Martin's Beverly Hills house....Full story
Amy Peepers was the ideal look for the hippie girl during the Monterey Pop Festival era. This was shot in 1967 in Lake Sherwood,...Full story
Shot at Guy's Beverly Hills Estate....Full story
This was shot in a Beverly Hills vacant lot...Full story
Andy Williams at his home in Beverly Hills....Full story
Shot in Guy's studio in Beverly Hills...Full story
Shot in a friend's house in Hancock Park. Van Dyke Parks is a friend of Brian Wilson and helped to produce the "Smile" and the ...Full story
This photo was shot of Guy's best friend Terry Melcher- Doris Day's son at Guy's Beverly Hills Studio....Full story
Shot in a storage container in Beverly Hills. Known for the song "What Kind of Fool am I?"...Full story
Shot in Guy's Beverly Hills studio....Full story
Taken at a water reservoir in Los Angeles' Franklin Canyon for "High Tide and Green Grass"....Full story
This was shot in Benedict Canyon, near Guy's home....Full story
Shot at Sonny & Cher's estate in Beverly Hills. Cher was later added to the photo to give it more of a narrative....Full story
Taken in Brian Wilson's Bel Air estates living room in an Arabian tent for the previously un-released album SMILE. Brian also ha...Full story
Lou Adler shot on the set of Brewster & McCloud at Lion's Gate Studios. Guy met Lou playing basketball at a friends house right ...Full story
This was the "cover band" for Captain Beefheart. A brilliant idea where in they opened for themselves as a band with a different...Full story
Shot in a recording studio at A & M Studios...Full story
Shot at A & M Studios, all of the bands photos featured a band member urinating (or pretending to) is somewhere in the photo. Y...Full story
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