Herb Greene

Herb Greene

The music revolution was a vital and integral component of the sixties San Francisco art scene. Herb Greene photographed the rock musicians and other members of San Francisco's cultural milieu during the height of its creative productivity. Greene, a friend of many of San Francisco's most influential musicians, worked as few photographers have: not as a documenter from the outside, but as a participant within the music scene he was photographing.

Many of his photographs have become signature portraits of these musicians. His revealing portraits of The Jefferson Airplane, Jeff Beck, The Pointer Sisters, The Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, Led Zeppelin, Carlos Santana, Sly Stone, Rod Stewart and many others helped create astonishing family album for an entire generation.

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  1. Jerry Garcia, American Beauty 1967
  2. The Dead on Haight, San Francisco 1967
  3. Grateful Dead 710A, San Francisco 1967
  4. Dylan & The Dead, 1987
  5. Led Zeppelin Portraits - Collector's Portfolio
  6. 22 Led Zeppelin, 1969
  7. Jefferson Airplane, Surrealistic Pillow 1966

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