Crosby, Stills & Nash Album Cover Outtake, West Hollywood, CA 1969
An outtake photo from Crosby, Stills & Nash's first album cover by Henry Diltz.They settled on a little abandonded house with a couch outside in West Hollywood. It was on a small street called Palm Avenue near a well-known Orange Julius refreshment stand (now a car wash) on the larger thoroughfare of Santa Monica Boulevard. At the time of the shoot, the band did not have a name yet, so they didn't consider their seating positions, which were, from left to right: Nash, Stills and Crosby. A few days after the shoot, they officially decided on a group name of Crosby, Stills & Nash, but when they went back to reshoot the photo in that order, to avoid record buyer's confusion; the building had been demolished and was just a pile of timber.
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