Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Archive

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Columbia Records Photography Archive
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Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Archive

Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Photography Ar-Embossed. Archival Pigment Print-Conservation

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Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Archive

Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Photography Ar-Embossed. Archival Pigment Print-Standard

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Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Archive

Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Photography Ar-Embossed. Archival Pigment Print-Embossed. Archival Pigment Print

$300.00
Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Archive

Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Photography Ar-Embossed. Archival Pigment Print-Conservation

$750.00
Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Archive

Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Photography Ar-Embossed. Archival Pigment Print-Standard

$600.00
Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Archive

Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Photography Ar-Embossed. Archival Pigment Print-Embossed. Archival Pigment Print

$500.00
Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Archive

Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Photography Ar-Embossed. Archival Pigment Print-Conservation

$1,000.00
Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Archive

Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Photography Ar-Embossed. Archival Pigment Print-Standard

$825.00
Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Archive

Bob Dylan From The Columbia Records Photography Ar-Embossed. Archival Pigment Print-Embossed. Archival Pigment Print

$700.00
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In 1964 Bob Dylan brings out his fourth studio album ‘Another Side of Bob Dylan’. The songs on this album were written while he was making a road trip trough the United States. In 1963 Dylan began to write his novel, but in a free form of poetry. The book wasn’t finished until years afterwards, but the writing had a big influence on his song writing. Also the death of the American president John F. Kennedy was of great influence. In the U.S. lists, the album reached to the 43rd position and in the United Kingdom it ended at 8th. Despite the success of the album, some complained that Dylan had lost his social style because of the fame.
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