The Monkees were a made-for-TV band, but, assisted by some of L.A.'s greatest studio musicians, they recorded some of the 1960's finest pop music. The recording career of the Monkees - Davey Jones, Michael Nesmith, Peter Tork and Mickey Dolenz - lasted a decade, but the band has played together for more than thirty years.
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The Monkees  
Mustard with Orange
Silkscreen, 20" x 13" (1967)
Published by The 4 Poster Press   
The Mamas and the Papas were one of the greatest proponents of the "California Sound." Known for their catchy songs and vocal harmonies, the group released no less than twelve albums in their short career.
The Mamas and the Papas  
Blue with Turquoise/Yellow
Silkscreen, 20" x 13" (1967)
Published by Saladin Productions  
The Turtles were another great California-sound band. Formed at Westchester High School, they released their classic "It Ain't Me Babe" in 1965 and went on to make nine catchy folk-rock albums.
The Turtles  
Blue with Blue
Silkscreen, 20" x 13" (1967)
Published by Saladin Productions 
Buffalo Springfield was one of the great Los Angeles bands of the 1960s. Known for their beautifully-crafted songs and their "California sound" vocal harmonies, the band was a great collaboration between Richie Furay, Dewey Martin, Bruce Palmer, Stephen Stills and Neil Young, who remains one of music's most engaging performers. Featuring an enigmatic design with a buffalo, spring and field, this poster is truly a design classic.
Buffalo Springfield  
Orange with Green
Silkscreen, 22" x13" (1967)
Published by the Esoteric Poster Company  
Mustard with red - SOLD OUT
The Jefferson Airplane needs little introduction. These Bay Area surrealists were one of the psychedelic era's most successful acts. Beginning with Signe Anderson as vocalist - later replaced by Grace Slick - the Airplane eventually morphed into the Jefferson Starship.
The Jefferson Airplane  
Orange with Green
Silkscreen, 28" x 22" (1967)
Published by The 4 Poster Press  
One of the greatest bands in the history of rock, The Byrds' folk-rock sound influenced countless other groups. Known for their jangly guitars, vocal harmonies and spacy, psychedelic lyrics, The Byrds embodied the California Sound. The original line-up of Gene Clarke, Mike Clarke, David Crosby, Chris Hillman and Roger McGuinn created classic rock and roll, and their 1968 album "Sweethearts of the Rodeo," featuring the great Gram Parsons, is considered a masterpiece.
The Byrds
Orange with Blue
Silkscreen, 20" x 13" (1967)
Published by SaladinProductions