Bob Dylan With Joan Baez – 15 Amazing Photographs

Joan Baez, Bob Dylan & John Court’s baby

Viking Hotel, Newport 

Photograph courtesy of Jim Marshall.

1963-07

 

Joan Baez, Bob Dylan & John Court’s baby 

“Joan and Bob with the baby of Albert Grossman’s business partner, John Court. at the Newport Folk Festival. I remember starting a rumor by telling the television media it was their child.” — Jim Marshall 

Viking Hotel, Newport 

Photograph courtesy of Jim Marshall.

1963-07

 

Photograph courtesy of Daniel Kramer.

1964-10-31

“It seemed inevitable that the particular talents of Bob Dylan and Joan Baez would find their way on to one stage during the winter of 1964–65.

Dylan was going to do this concert with Joan for Halloween night, 1964, in a show that became one of his Bootleg Series records. It was at Philharmonic Hall in Lincoln Center. I always photographed him from wherever I wanted. But at that concert, I was told by the house manager that photographers had to be up in a press booth. They can’t roam around. I told Albert when we were backstage with Bob, and at that moment, the house manager walked by and said: “Can we bring the curtain up?” Albert said: “You can, just as soon as you give Dan permission to shoot from wherever he wants.” Now you understand Albert Grossman.”

Photograph courtesy of Daniel Kramer.

1964-10-31

 

A still from film taken in 1964-5, from “No Direction Home” 

1964-10-31

Philharmonic Hall, Lincoln Center in New York on 31 October 1964

At the party after the Lincoln Center concert in New York City, Joan Baez, in her exuberance, hugged and then lifted Dylan off his feet. — Daniel Kramer

“Well he was writing his book then. God, I still have a great hunk of it. If he wants it back he can have it. He wrote like a ticker tape machine. He’d just stand there with his knees going tung, tung, tung, back and forth. He was standing, and he’d smoke all day and drink wine. The only way I could get him to eat was to go over and eat right next to him, just peer over his shoulder and chew, and right away he’d start picking at whatever I had in my hand. So I made picking food. Otherwise I’d say, “You want something to eat?” and he’d say, “No, no” One time he was visiting, he wrote “Hattie Carroll”, and one time he wrote “Four Letter Word”, and a couple of other things. But mostly the second time he was there, he was writing his book Tarantula.”

“How could you imagine Bobby not ever having written that stuff? He wouldn’t have been Bobby if he didn’t write that, and if he weren’t a genius I… It was everything, you know. It was the whole combination that made up Bobby, that made him irresistible. His humor, his warehouse eyes… One time it was his super grubby days, we were driving somewhere and I looked through his glasses when he turned his head or something. I said, “Jesus, Bobby, ” and took his glasses off and cleaned them, and he said “Oh, hey, wow, hey I can see.” And I said, “How’d you like to be able to hear?” He was pretty low, and it made him laugh. He was really a grubby cat. He threw up out the window that night. He got drunk on wine, and in a tunnel somewhere he threw up, just had time to holler to whoever was in the back seat to shut their windows. But some of it was just really beautiful. I remember days, I guess we were with Victor and Dick and Mimi and Bobby. We’d stop on the highway and get out and dance and horse around–be crazy. Then Bobby and I would just fall asleep in the back of the station wagon. That was just really, really nice. Because I mean if you’re with somebody for a long period of tie, they’re bound to have to calm down. Once he bought me a beautiful coat, a blue green corduroy thing. I wore it with a silk scarf. And I bought him a black jacket and some weird lavender cuff links, and a white shirt. I remember it was winter then, and we were staying at the Earle in the Village. We were leaning out the window one morning and watching the kids I felt as if I’d been with Bobby for a hundred years and all those kids wandering around out there were our own children, you know? This couple looked up and I know they recognized us. They were beautiful.”

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Geno Foreman (Hugh Quin Foreman), Bob Dylan & Joan Baez 

Philharmonic Hall at Lincoln Center, New York City, New York. 

Photograph courtesy of Daniel Kramer.

1964

 

 

“Bob Dylan – Joan Baez – Original 1964 Magnum Photograph

A rare original vintage photograph of Bob Dylan and Joan Baez, talking in a park while Dylan strums his guitar (printed in the 60’s.) This was taken by an unnamed photographer who was part of the legendary Magnum photographic cooperative, and has a Magnum Paris stamp on the back as well as publication notes and “1964 approx” which we think is the correct date. The print measures 8 3/4″ x 12 1/2″ and is unevenly trimmed at the top, and has some cracking to the emulsion along the right edge and creasing to the corners (all of which can easily be matted out, and none of which detracts from the charm of this photograph, which we have never seen published.) A rare vintage image of Dylan and his supporter/muse Baez.”

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Bob Dylan & Joan Baez 

Record Mirror 

Photograph courtesy of Keith Hammett. 

1965-05-08

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“This photo shot by Kathy Willens of the defunct Miami News shows an earthier, playful side of the folk legend. She is sticking out her tongue at somebody while on stage with two other Rock Hall inductees — Bob Dylan and Roger McGuinn of the Byrds — during Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue in Gainesville in 1976.” — with Joan Baez,Roger McGuinn and Bob Dylan.

 

Joan Baez at home

1980

 

Bob Dylan & Joan Baez

Rose Bowl
Pasadena, California
Peace Sunday Rally.

1. With God On Our Side
2. A Pirate Looks At Forty (Jimmy Buffet)
3. Blowin’ In The Wind

Bob Dylan & Joan Baez (guitar & vocal).

Plugged, Unplugged And Jamming. No label.
The Peace Sunday Rally was a six-hour anti-nuclear movement event.
Available complete as raw TV footage.
Partly broadcast by ABC-TV in “Entertainment Tonight”, 6 June 1982.
Mono PA recording, 16 minutes.

“Bob and Joan were a couple but had split by the time this picture was taken. It’s at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, a really nice moment. She is the only person who could get away with tousling Dylan’s hair.” — Neal Preston 

Photograph courtesy of Neal Preston.

1982-06-06

 
 

Bob Dylan & Joan Baez

Rose Bowl 
Pasadena 
California

Photograph courtesy of Neal Preston.

1982

 

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