Monterey Pop 1967 Festival (40 of 42) <<-first last->> slideshow <-previous next->
W.MontereyPop1967_08.jpg
Monterey Pop 1967 Festival (40 of 42) <<-first last->> slideshow <-previous next->
Audience inside the stadium with stage to left (2519 views)
Russian slitscan camera negative
drum-scan digitized by NewLab

Monterey Pop Festival

(1967) Monterey, California

© 2006 Bryan Costales
  Creative Commons License comment
Some Related Stories: Outside Lands ° Hardly Strictly ° KFRC Fantasy Fair ° Kaboom ° Tour de Fat
Back stage (1408 views)
by Bryan Costales
(41 of 42) This shot shows the back stage area for performers, press, and staff. The press/staff office is closest on the left. Jerry Garcia can be seen passing between two women on the left. Further along was
by Bryan Costales
(42 of 42) Area outside stadium where bands could be seen for free , Russian slitscan camera negative , drum-scan digitized by NewLab , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan
by Bryan Costales
(1 of 42) The performers' lounge backstage , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(2 of 42) Two unidentified girls backstage , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(3 of 42) Bruce Barthol (bass), Barry "The Fish" Melton (lead guitar) , and Gary "Chicken" Hirsh (drums) stride onto stage , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , ©
by Bryan Costales
(4 of 42) Country Joe McDonald sings to the camera , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(5 of 42) Barry "The Fish" Melton strums up a storm , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
David Bennett Cohen (1578 views)
by Bryan Costales
(6 of 42) David Bennett Cohen , , plays the guitar , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(7 of 42) Country Joe McDonald tunes his guitar , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(8 of 42) Gary "Chicken" Hirsh plays the drums , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(9 of 42) Country Joe and the Fish play , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(10 of 42) Unidentified boy hangs out backstage , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(11 of 42) Peter Tork receives a gift of a "Sticky Wicket" candle , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(12 of 42) Peter Tork clowns around with his candle , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(13 of 42) Peter Tork shows off his candle to his friends , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(14 of 42) Someone tries to steal the candle from Peter Tork , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(15 of 42) Unidentified performer consoles Peter Tork , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(16 of 42) Janis Joplin belts out a song for the crowd , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(17 of 42) Janis Joplin continues to belt out songs for the crowd , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(18 of 42) Janis Joplin encourages the crowd to clap , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(19 of 42) Michelle Phillips of the "Mommas and the Poppas" , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(20 of 42) Michelle Phillips, Mama Cass Elliot and John Phillips , Mommas and the Poppas band , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(21 of 42) Michelle Phillips, Mama Cass Elliot, , Denny Doherty and John Phillips , "Mommas and the Poppas" band , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(22 of 42) Scott McKenzie sings , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(23 of 42) Unidentified singer at piano , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(24 of 42) Jan Doss, Monday 16 November 2009 I'm not sure if I already told you this, but this is also my cousin, Bob "Flash" Gray. He was the assistant to Tom Wilkes. You also had some photos of him
David Bennett Cohen (1272 views)
by Bryan Costales
(25 of 42) David Bennett Cohen , , plays Sunday night , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(26 of 42) Mich Mitchell from the Jimi Hendrix Experience , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(27 of 42) Jimi Hendrix with "The Jimi Hendrix Experience" , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(28 of 42) Jimi Hendrix with "The Jimi Hendrix Experience" , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(29 of 42) D.A. Pennybaker films Jimi Hendrix , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(30 of 42) Jimi Hendrix plays with his back to the audience , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(31 of 42) Jimi Hendrix ends a fine set , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(32 of 42) In this shot, guitarist Elvin Bishop and leader Butterfield can be seen in the center of the shot, with bassist Bugsy Maugh just visible on the left. The entire stage is shown, form the lighting
by Bryan Costales
(33 of 42) In this shot, guitarist Elvin Bishop is soloing but can only be seen from his waist down. Bugsy Maugh to his left is also seen from the waist down. At the extreme right is one of the cameramen on
by Bryan Costales
(34 of 42) Crowds mill around the various booths of goods , Russian slitscan camera negative , drum-scan digitized by NewLab , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(35 of 42) Some slept on the ground , while others dropped in from the 90's , Russian slitscan camera negative , drum-scan digitized by NewLab , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006
by Bryan Costales
(36 of 42) Shot from in front of the Sticky Wicket candle booth , Russian slitscan camera negative , drum-scan digitized by NewLab , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan
by Bryan Costales
(37 of 42) A couple smiles and poses , Russian slitscan camera negative , drum-scan digitized by NewLab , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(38 of 42) The stadium to the left, with booths to the right , Russian slitscan camera negative , drum-scan digitized by NewLab , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales
by Bryan Costales
(39 of 42) More crowds outside the stadium , Russian slitscan camera negative , drum-scan digitized by NewLab , Monterey Pop Festival , (1967) Monterey, California , © 2006 Bryan Costales


David Dannexternal link Monday 17 May 2010

Wonderful photos of the Monetery Pop Festival, Bryan! Very informative to an amateur historian like myself. I see that you took many shots onstage the afternoon of Saturday, June 17, and I'm hoping that you have a few of the Electric Flag who played last that day. I host a website dedicated to Michael Bloomfield, and I'd love to see anything you have of them. By the way, the unknown band in the wide-angle shots is the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, and I believe Jerry Garcia can be seen walking by in one of your backstage shots. Thanks, David D.