Real Moments - Bob Dylan by Barry Feinstein
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Barry Feinstein first photographed Bob Dylan at the request of Columbia Records. Taken on the balcony of a New York City penthouse, the portrait Dylan hand-picked from the contact sheets became the cover of The Times They Are A-Changin' and is now considered a classic.

Two years later, embarking on the 1966 European tour, Dylan was dressed to kill in shades, polka dots and stripes. Every night, halfway through his set, his acoustic guitar was discarded in favour of a Fender Telecaster to the frequent jeers of folk purists in the crowd. Bob Dylan had 'gone electric' and was redefining the concept of popular music. In Barry Feinstein, Life magazine had a photographer equal to the historic moments he was witnessing.

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