1964 - The beginning of Dunhill...
1965 - Writing songs with partner, Phil Sloan, who would later change his name to P. F. Sloan
1964 - Taking cover photos
1965 - With Barry McGuire during the recording of "Eve of Destruction".
1968 - With The Grass Roots: Warren Entner, Rob Grill, Rick Coonce and Dennis Provisor
1968 - Working hard and making hits at Western Recorders
1969 - Loving my job as Vice-President of Artists & Repertoire for ABC/Dunhill
1969 - The Dunhill Executive Team: Top row - Dennis Lavinthal, Jay Lasker, Marv Helfer, Steve, Barry Gross. Bottom row - Julie Zimand, Phil Kaye (Center)
1970 - With Producer Joel Sill
1972 - The Four Tops: Duke Fakir, Obie Benson, Levi Stubbs and Lawrence Payton and writer/producers, Brian Potter and Dennis Lambert.
1972 - My wife Julie, fourth from left, with The Four Tops: Duke Fakir, Lawrence Payton, Obie Benson and Levi Stubbs.
1974 - Mel Brooks, Marv Helfer, V. P of marketing and I during the soundtrack recording of "Young Frankenstein".
With Gary Katz, producer of Steely Dan and Roger Nichols, Steely Dan's and ABC/Dunhill's genius sound engineer
1974 - With Bobby Bland, engineer, Phil Kaye, Marv Helfer and B. B. King at the recording session for the album "Together Again For the First Time"
1976 - with John Sebastian at the recording session for "Welcome Back", theme from the TV show, "Welcome Back Kotter"
1976 - With producer Gary Katz and Warner Bros. Records executive, Lenny Waronker.
In the ABC/Dunhill Recording Studios with engineer, Phil Kaye.
1990 - Julie and I with the group, The Triplets, Vickie, Diana and Sylvia Villegas
1993 - With Joey Lawrence, Randy Nicholas and Tony Peluso. co-producer, sound engineer and former guitar player for The Carpenters.
1993 - With Joey Lawrence and Randy Nicholas during recording session for "Soulmates" album
1998 - Signing the group Jango to Samson Records. Top Left to right: Nick Kirgo, Michael Price, Vice-President, Dan Davis. Bottom: Steve Nieves and Steve LeGassick
December 2019 - A great lunch with one of my heroes, Academy Award and Grammy winner, lyricist Alan Bergman.
August 24, 2020 - Celebrating our 50th Wedding Anniversary with Page & Lou Adler and Tommy Roe
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