Bob Dylan : NYC 1961-1964 / photography by Ted Russell with Chris Murray ; foreword by Donovan.

Nā: Russell, Ted [photographer.].
Momo rauemi: materialTypeLabelPukapukaWhakaahuatanga: 1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations, portraits ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0847845036 (hardback); 9780847845033 (hardback).Ngā marau: Dylan, Bob, 1941- -- Portraits | Musicians -- New York (State) -- New York | Rock musicians -- United States -- Biography -- Pictorial worksDDC classification: 782.42166092 Summary: For those who love or have collected early Bob Dylan bootleg albums, an archive of never before published photographs of the young Dylan, when he first moved to New York City in the early 1960s. It was in late 1961, photographer Ted Russell recalls, that he first heard about an up-and-coming young fellow who was coming out with his first album. A freelance photographer on the lookout for good subjects, Russell was intrigued by a rave review from The New York Times of the raw-voiced folk singer. Russell's subject was a twenty-year-old Bob Dylan, a young folk singer whom nobody knew, and Russell photographed Dylan in 1962. Bob Dylan is a window into the singer/songwriter who would go on to become one of America's greatest musical treasures: the book contains photos of Dylan in his tiny Greenwich Village apartment, writing and practicing; snuggling with girlfriend Suze Rotolo; and performing at celebrated folk club Gerde's. Bob Dylan is an important chronicle of the days just prior to Bob Dylan's celebrity and the perfect tribute both for Dylan and rock history fans.
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It was in late 1961, photographer Ted Russell recalls, that he first heard about an "up-and-coming young fellow who was coming out with his first album." A freelance photographer on the lookout for good subjects, Russell was intrigued by a rave review from The New York Times of the raw-voiced folk singer. Russell's subject was a twenty-year-old Bob Dylan, a young folk singer whom nobody knew, and Russell photographed Dylan in 1962.

Bob Dylan: NYC 1961-1964 is a window into the singer/songwriter who would go on to become one of America's greatest musical treasures: the book contains photos Dylan in his tiny Greenwich Village apartment, writing and practicing; snuggling with girlfriend Suze Rotolo, who later makes an visually iconic appearance on the cover of Dylan's album Freewheelin' Bob Dylan ; and performing at celebrated folk club Gerde's.

Bob Dylan: NYC 1961-1964 is an important chronicle of the days just prior to Bob Dylan's celebrity, and is the perfect gift for both Dylan and rock history fans.

For those who love or have collected early Bob Dylan bootleg albums, an archive of never before published photographs of the young Dylan, when he first moved to New York City in the early 1960s. It was in late 1961, photographer Ted Russell recalls, that he first heard about an up-and-coming young fellow who was coming out with his first album. A freelance photographer on the lookout for good subjects, Russell was intrigued by a rave review from The New York Times of the raw-voiced folk singer. Russell's subject was a twenty-year-old Bob Dylan, a young folk singer whom nobody knew, and Russell photographed Dylan in 1962. Bob Dylan is a window into the singer/songwriter who would go on to become one of America's greatest musical treasures: the book contains photos of Dylan in his tiny Greenwich Village apartment, writing and practicing; snuggling with girlfriend Suze Rotolo; and performing at celebrated folk club Gerde's. Bob Dylan is an important chronicle of the days just prior to Bob Dylan's celebrity and the perfect tribute both for Dylan and rock history fans.

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