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Some light wear to cover; pages clean & unmarked; binding is tight, no creases on spine.
ISBN 978-1576871997 - powerHouse Books
Hardcover. Copyright 2003. Out of Print.
In 1962, a young John Cohen and the young songwriter Bob Dylan went to Cohen's East Village loft and rooftop for a few hours to make some photos in "a moment of invention…without planning, and with the freedom that comes from uncertainty," recalls Cohen. The never-before-published, black-and-white photographs, reveal the soon-to-be-legendary musician on the cusp of fame, just before the release of his revolutionary self-titled first album. "These are pictures from a more innocent time at the beginning of Bob Dylan's career," Cohen recalled. "his is what he might have looked like when he first arrived in New York…. the making of these photographs was quite na
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