Bob Dylan World Tours 1966-1974


Dylan fans will rejoice in this treasure trove of unseen photographs taken by legendary photographer, Barry Feinstein, on the famous 1966 and 1974 world tours. Accompanied by Feinstein, director Joel Gilbert takes audiences on a fascinating, illuminating exploration of both tours, as well as the down time in between, when Dylan lived a reclusive existence in Woodstock, NY. In addition to providing insight into the tours, the documentary chronicles Dylan's highs and lows, visiting Big Pink in Woodstock, and Greenwich Village, NY, and recreating the motorcycle accident that changed Dylan's life. We witness Dylan's first encounter with the Beatles, and gain insight through Dylan expert A.J. Weberman. Interviews with documentarian D.A. Pennebaker (DON'T LOOK BACK), godfather of rock journalism Al Aronowitz, The Band drummer Mickey Jones, and others, further illuminate the tale. Feinstein is himself the frontman for Bob Dylan cover band, Highway 61 Revisited, which is widely heralded as an exact approximation of Dylan's music, style and attitude.




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