- 176 Pages
- Large Format
- Over 200 B&W And Color Images
- Released: May 21, 2009
- Originally Released: 2009
- Publisher: Reynolds & Hearn
Description by OLDIES.com:
This book is an up-close portrait of the reclusive superstar who has been a constant target for some of the world's greatest photographers. Ranging from Dylan's trips to Europe in the sixties right up to the 2007 world tour and beyond, this is a unique record of one of the greatest cultural icons of the last 50 years.
Ranging from his first trips to London in the early 1960s right up to the 2006 Katrina concert and the publicity surrounding the release of the acclaimed Modern Times, this collection of images is an extraordinary record of Bob Dylan's evolving public persona. As changeable as his music, some 200 different views are presented of one the greatest cultural icons of the last 50 years. This major new series of rock photography books is compiled from the unique archives of Rex Features, London’s top picture library for the performing arts.