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Music From Big Pink

big pink 4 1Music from Big Pink is the debut studio album by the Band. Released in 1968, it employs a distinctive blend of country, rock, folk, classical, R&B, and soul.
The music was composed partly in "Big Pink", a house shared by Rick Danko, Richard Manuel and Garth Hudson in West Saugerties, New York.

The album itself was recorded in studios in New York and Los Angeles in 1968, and followed the band's backing of Bob Dylan on his 1966 tour (as the Hawks) and time spent together in upstate New York recording material that was officially released in 1975 as The Basement Tapes, also with Dylan.

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The Milton Glaser Poster

milton glaser by jeanne detallanteIn his blog Right Ear Left Montreal-based art director Martin Dupuis explains about his compulsive habit of hunting through record shops for 1967 editions of Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits in hopes of finding the graphic design equivalent of a golden ticket—a Milton Glaser-designed first edition poster, copies of which were included in slipcovers when the album was released.

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Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits

shermanPhotographer Rowland Scherman, who grew up in Pelham Manor, NY, began his career as the first photographer for the newly formed Peace Corps in 1961. He went on to work for the likes of Life, Time, National Geographic, Playboy, and countless other magazines.

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Highway 61 Revisited


In his short film Bob Egan traces Dylan and photographer Daniel Kramer's path from Greenwich Village up to Gramercy Park on the day of the Highway 61 shoot.

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The Times They Are A-Changin'

Bob Dylan The Times They are a ChanginThe 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.

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Nashville Skyline

Nashville Skyline coverElliott Landy was in Woodstock to capture probably the most striking and intimate photographs of Bob Dylan ever taken, including the iconic cover shot for Nashville Skyline and numerous out-takes from that session, which featured shoots at several different locations including the local bakery.

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The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan

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The famous photograph of a 21-year-old Bob Dylan and his then-girlfriend and muse Suze Rotolo was shot by Don Hunstein in February 1963 on the streets of a very recognisable cosmopolitan city; New York. The iconic status of this photograph is a little tricky to explain but I’m sure it’s got something to do with that lovely “aaaw-look-at-the-young-hipsters-in-love” factor it oozes – despite the fact that the couple’s turbulent relationship ended just a year after the photo shoot!

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Bringing It All Back Home Uncovered

The Bringing It All Back Home album cover, photographed by Daniel Kramer, with Dylan and Sally Grossman, the wife of his then manager, Albert Grossman. The photo was taken in the Grossman house in Bearsville, New York, the town next to Woodstock, New York. Dylan had stayed extensively on the Grossman estate.

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