There’s a blog called PopSpots that spotlights places primarily in New York City, where interesting events in the history of pop culture took place, like album cover shots and places where movies and TV shows were filmed.
It’s got a cool post about the where and how the album cover for Neil Young’s After the Gold Rush album came to be. Did you know the photo was taken of Neil Young as he was walking through Greenwich Village? Did you know the photo was taken by renowned rock photographer Joel Bernstein? Did you also know that Graham Nash was originally in the picture before it was cropped for the album cover?
The Morrison Hotel Gallery has an exciting exhibit of limited edition photos and prints of the legendary Neil Young by rock photographers Henry Diltz and Joel Bernstein.
More info at their website.
Tuesday, July 5th, 2011
Written by: Mike Withrow
Posted in Classic Rock