Photographer: John Cohen
Bob Dylan on a rooftop with Forsythia flowers on Houston St. in Greenwich Village in 1970. That is a chimney next to him. (Found In: Another Self Portrait (1969-1971) The Bootleg Series Vol. 10)
Photographer: Douglas R. Gilbert
Bob Dylan watching Dean Martin at home, Woodstock, NY
In July of 1964, one year before his music changed from acoustic to electric, Douglas photographed Bob Dylan for LOOK magazine. He spent time with him at his home in Woodstock, New York, in Greenwich Village, and at the Newport Folk Festival. The story was never published. After reviewing the proposed layout, the editors declared Dylan to be “too scruffy for a family magazine” and killed the story.
Photographer: Douglas R. Gilbert (1964)
Bob Dylan and John Sebastian(on back of Triumph), and the Paturel children, in the alley behind Cafe Espresso
Photographer: DON HUNSTEIN
Mr. Don Hunstein had a moment of inspiration. He invited the singer, Bob Dylan, and his girlfriend, Suze Rotolo, to go down into the street for some shots in natural light from the apartment. “He thought he might do better in the street,” recalled Mrs. Hunstein. “The light was right and, fortunately, Jones Street, which ran from Bleecker to West 4th Street, was not traveled much, so they could walk right down the center of the road. He had them walk down the street a couple of times, taking pictures in color and black- and-white.”
The full story on Don Hunstein’s photos of Bob and Suse:
Bob Dylan, John Sebastian, Ramblin’ Jack Elliot(behind Dylan with cowboy hat on) on the street in Greenwich Village, NY
Bob Dylan at O’Henry’s a wonderful old cafe at 4th Street & 6th Avenue in Greenwich Village
Arrival of Bob Dylan at Le Bourget Airport in France, May 22, 1966
LONDON, 25/10 / 2012. Image provided by Ana Maria Velez-Wood shooting video of Bob Dylan’s “Blood in My Eyes” (Blood in my eyes), which is exposed in London.
PHOTOGRAPHER: KEN REGAN
Bob Dylan and Joan Baez at Mama Fresca’s Dream Away Lodge, in Becket, Massachusetts, November 1975. The owner, the larger-than-life Mama, is a huge Joan Baez fan, and takes the dungaree-clad Joan upstairs and gives her a present—her wedding dress. It fits like a glove. They shoot scenes for Renaldo & Clara with Joan in the dress, and eat home cooked food.
One of the images book: Rolling Thunder: Photographs by Ken Regan
BOB DYLAN – 1971 – “THE CONCERT FOR BANGLADESH”
Bob Dylan on a car roof on Mount Auburn St., Cambridge? Who was fortunate enough to get this 1963 shot? It was Betsy Minot Siggins (credit for photo), freshman roommate of Joan Baez at B.U. and a manager of Club 47 in Harvard Square who today has it in her assembled collection called the New England Folk Archives. “I was into folk music a little early,” Siggins said in an interview for examiner.com. “I was a high school sophomore, and The Weavers were getting heard on the radio. There were the Everly Brothers, with a hint of R&B. I also overdosed on Gilbert and Sullivan as a teenager.” Siggins and Baez were both more into music than academics which prompted Siggins to waitress at the Cafe Yana, a tiny basement club off the B.U. campus on Brookline Ave.
Photographer: Daniel Kramer
Bob Dylan & Victor Maymudes in a tree in New York