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Bob Dylan @ Forest Hills Tennis Stadium New York City, New York 28 August 1965

Bob Dylan @ Forest Hills Tennis Stadium New York City, New York 28 August 1965

Photograph by Daniel Kramer, probably late fall (November?) 1964.  Nikon SP Rangefinder  Woodstock, New York

Photograph by Daniel Kramer, probably late fall (November?) 1964. Nikon SP Rangefinder Woodstock, New York

The Big Pink West Saugerties, New York between March – October 1967  The Big Pink West Saugerties, New York between March – October 1967  “Bob Dylan filming in March 1967 for “Eat The Document,” not long before the start of the “Basement Tapes” sessions.” Photograph courtesy Arie de Reus.  Lo & Behold book (BS Vol. 11)

The Big Pink West Saugerties, New York between March – October 1967 The Big Pink West Saugerties, New York between March – October 1967 “Bob Dylan filming in March 1967 for “Eat The Document,” not long before the start of the “Basement Tapes” sessions.” Photograph courtesy Arie de Reus. Lo & Behold book (BS Vol. 11)

Bob Dylan, American singer at his home. New York, Byrdcliff, 1968. Photo: Elliott Landy

Bob Dylan, American singer at his home. New York, Byrdcliff, 1968. Photo: Elliott Landy

Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, Judy Collins and Arlo Guthrie performing at a A Tribute To Woody Guthrie' New York City's Carnegie Hall

Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, Judy Collins and Arlo Guthrie performing at a A Tribute To Woody Guthrie' New York City's Carnegie Hall

Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, and Bob Dylan at Jaggers 29th birthday party, July 1972 in New York City pic.twitter.com/QzNVKWwqEL

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Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, and Bob Dylan at Jaggers 29th birthday party, July 1972 in New York City pic.twitter.com/QzNVKWwqEL

1- NOVEMBER 19, 1995, BOB DYLAN PERFORMED AT THE SHRINE AUDITORIUM IN LOS ANGELES

1- NOVEMBER 19, 1995, BOB DYLAN PERFORMED AT THE SHRINE AUDITORIUM IN LOS ANGELES

Bob Dylan At Piano During Recording Session, 1965. Bob Dylan in a contemplative mood, lost in thought behind his Ray-Bans, pausing for a break between takes at the upright piano at Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios in New York City during the sessions for “Highway 61 Revisited” in June 1965, a mere month before his electric set at the Newport Folk Festival would send Folk and Rock and Pop music into a whole new direction. –Photo by Jerry Schatzberg

EPIC 1965 NEWPORT FOLK FESTIVAL

Bob Dylan At Piano During Recording Session, 1965. Bob Dylan in a contemplative mood, lost in thought behind his Ray-Bans, pausing for a break between takes at the upright piano at Studio A, Columbia Recording Studios in New York City during the sessions for “Highway 61 Revisited” in June 1965, a mere month before his electric set at the Newport Folk Festival would send Folk and Rock and Pop music into a whole new direction. –Photo by Jerry Schatzberg