Bob Dylan: World Tours 1966-1974

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Released 2004

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Bob Dylan: World Tours 1966-1974 uses exclusive tour photography to give viewers the chance to step back and relive the legendary tours of the iconic rock and roll artist. Barry Feinstein served as the tour photographer for Bob Dylan and The Band. The documentary from Joel Gilbert uses these images, many of which had never been published before, to portray Dylan during these pivotal years. Dylan went to electric instruments in 1965, leaving his folk music roots, and the 1966 tour brought this new style to his fans. In the summer of that year, Dylan was involved in a motorcycle accident in New York and went into seclusion to recuperate and work on new material. The 1974 tour marked his return to public life and helped promote his new album, "Planet Waves", which included one of Dylan's most popular songs, "Forever Young". Gilbert explores those years of seclusion in the documentary by visiting the site of the accident and interviewing filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker, journalist Al Aronowitz, and drummer Mickey Jones.moreless
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    Arts, Documentary, Music

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