Bob Dylan Signs a Poster of Himself in Front of a Mirror

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We wonder who the lucky person that poster was dedicated to!

Photo via Robert Koch Gallery

The photo above was taken by the late photographer Barry Feinstein in 1966 at The Olympia in Paris, France. Feinstein, a well-known photographer of musicians in that decade, was said to have joined Bob Dylan during his 1966 tour in England, and in his 1974 tour around the US with The Band. Aside from Dylan, Feinstein have also taken photographs of Janis Joplin, George Harrison, and the Rolling Stones.

All information in this article were sourced from Wikipedia.

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written by chooolss on 2013-10-10 in #lifestyle #bob-dylan #overly-descriptive-title #vintage #music

2 Comments

  1. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    It's so hard to be Jacob Dylan "The Wallflowers"

  2. holgardo
    holgardo ·

    Indeed a hard job @hervinsyah

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