The Times They Are A-Changin'
The photo used for the third Dylan album was made by Barry Feinstein, who was married to Mary Travers and reputed to have produced over 500 album covers.
In the 1960s Feinstein became known for his photographs of the music scene. He accompanied Bob Dylan on his 1966 tour of England, and shot the cover photos of numerous albums by Janis Joplin, George Harrison, the Rolling Stones, and others. In 1974 he again toured with Dylan, this time with The Band, around the United States.
In 2008 he published two books; the first included 23 of his early Hollywood photos together with Dylan poems written in 1964; and the second, a collection of photos from the Dylan concert tours. His photographs from the 1966 Dylan tour were exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery in London in 2009.
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This album has no Dylan content other than the title and the Times They Are A-Changin' style cover art
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