Bob Dylan With Celebrities, 14 Photographs, Part 2


Patti Smith’s recreation of the Bringing It All Back Home (1965) album cover. 

Photograph courtesy of Robert Mapplethorpe.


Patti Smith and Sam Shepard on her bed in the early ’70s [probably around 1970/1971?]. Photograph by Judy Linn. 

Photograph of Bob Dylan on the wall to the left of Sam Shepard. 

The picture of Bob Dylan was taken outside his Byrdcliffe home, Woodstock, NY, by Elliott Landy for the Saturday Evening Post session, 1968-11-02.


Patti Smith and Sam Shepard.

[from Mapplethorpe: A Biography, by Patricia Morrisroe, 1995]

Morrisroe, Patricia. Mapplethorpe: A Biography. New York: Random House, 1995, 0394576500

Marc Bolan with Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits Vol. II, released 17 November 1971.


Cat Power 

“Released in 2000, The Covers Record was a collection of cover songs by Marshall recorded at various sessions in 1998 and 1999. A selection of covers that didn’t make it on to the album were recorded at Peel Acres, home of the British DJ John Peel. The session was broadcast on his BBC Radio 1 show and featured Marshall’s own interpretations of Bob Dylan’s Hard Times in New York Town… In January 2008 Cat released her second covers album, Jukebox. The album featured the original song “Song to Bobby,” her tribute to Bob Dylan.”

Photograph courtesy of Richard Avedon. 


David Bowie is walking back from the newsagents down the street from his home, carrying a copy of Uncut, with the bonus Highway 61 Revisited Revisited CD (Uncut 2005 09)…


Lewis Black, stand-up comedian, author, playwright. 

“I’m a socialist, so that puts me totally outside any concept…the Canadians get it. But seriously, most people don’t get it. The idea of capping people’s income just scares people. ‘Oh, you’re taking money from the rich.’ Ooh, what a horrifying thing. These people really need $200 million.” — Lewis Black (Reno Gazette-Journal 2006-05-18)


Lindsay Lohan


“Shia LaBeouf looked like he was in good spirits at LAX on his way to NYC yesterday as his Transformers 2 hit theaters across the country.”

Shia Saide LaBeouf is an actor and director, playing Jerôme Morris in Lars von Trier’s five-and-a-half-hour Nymphomaniac (2014). At the premiere three male audience members fainted and had to be carried out of the cinema. It is not Shia’s genitals you see in the film, a stuntman was used for the sex scenes and digitally joined to Shia’s body. 



You can’t go wrong with a Bob Dylan song. 

Dhani Harrison of thenewno2 performs at The GRAMMY Museum on July 16, 2009 in Los Angeles, California. 

Kelly Bensimon with her hairdresser Gregory Patterson and Bob Dylan concentrating on something he is doing?


Rita Sahatçiu Ora, Albanian born in Pristina, but now a British singer and actress. 


Source: Edlis.Org




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