“Rising to some 866 feet among the Hollywood Hills west of Los Angeles.  At one time, a limitless landscape of enduring creative genius.”

Such is one description of southern California’s Laurel Canyon of the 1960s and 70s, a utopia for the rock and pop music community.

The absorbing two-part documentary from 2020, Laurel Canyon: A Place In Time, delivers exactly what the title indicates.  Geographically, Laurel Canyon is a place situated northwest of Hollywood in southern California.  There, from the mid-1960s straight into the heart of the ’70s, it was home to some of the all-time greats of popular and rock music: members of The Doors, Mamas and the Papas, The Byrds, The Eagles, CSN&Y, Joni Mitchell, and on and on.

Read the full story HERE.