Bob Dylan – Original 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue Handbill for Boston Music Hall Show

A rare original handbill advertising Bob Dylan and the Rolling Thunder Revue’s November 21, 1975 show at the Boston Music Hall.  Pictured and listed on the handbill are Dylan, Joan Baez, [Ramblin’] Jack Eliott, and Bob Neuwirth. The website Born to Listen notes The evening gig on November 21 1975 has to be one of […]

Bob Dylan – Postcard Handbill From 1963 Town Hall Concert

A scarce postcard/handbill to promote Bob Dylan’s first solo concert, at New York’s Town Hall on April 12, 1963.  Prior to this show, Dylan had only played as a headliner in clubs, with the exception of one other appearance billed as a “concert”, at Carnegie Charter Hall, a room in Carnegie Hall, that drew about […]

Bob Dylan – Signed 1st Edition ‘Chronicles, Vol. 1’ / Autographed 1 Month After Release / With Roger Epperson COA

An extremely rare first edition of Bob Dylan’s acclaimed memoir Chronicles, Volume One, signed by Dylan just one month after the book’s release. This is one of only a handful of genuine signed copies of Chronicles we’ve seen, and the only one where we can date the signature to just after the book’s issue.  Authentic […]

Bob Dylan – Sealed Stereo 1st Press ‘Blonde on Blonde’ Double LP w/Hype Sticker / Stone Mint

An exceptionally rare factory sealed stereo first pressing of Bob Dylan’s 1966 masterpiece Blonde on Blonde, in stone mint condition. This perfect example has it all: square corners, tight, fully intact shrink wrap with breath holes, and the sought after ‘hype sticker.’  There is a bit of age-related staining to the sticker only, but the […]

Bob Dylan – Mono White Label Promo “Blonde on Blonde” Double LP / Discs NM/EX+

A very rare mono white label promotional copy of Bob Dylan’s 1966 classic double album Blonde on Blonde, with timing strips on the cover. The clean discs are in Near Mint-/EX+ and EX+/Ex condition, and play great throughout.  The VG+ gatefold cover, with the withdrawn photo of actress Claudia Cardinale, has two timing strips affixed […]

Bob Dylan – Mint Stereo ‘Highway 61 Revisited’ LP with Rare Drawing, Withdrawn ‘From a Buick 6’, Promo Stamp

A rare and extremely clean stereo first pressing of Bob Dylan’s 1965 masterpiece Highway 61 Revisited, with the withdrawn mix of “From a Buick 6,” the very rare Dylan print that came with only the earliest pressings, and a Demonstration Not For Sale stamp on the back cover. The Mint/Near Mint disc has 1B/1B stampers, […]

Bob Dylan – 4 Dylan-Owned Alternate ‘Self Portrait’ LP Acetates, With His Handwritten Notation / Used During Album’s Production

Four one-sided 12” acetates of an alternate sequence of Bob Dylan’s 197o album Self Portrait, owned by Dylan and used by him during the making of the LP.  The sequence on each of disc differs from the final album, with the first song on the released version, “All the Tired Horses” appearing here as the […]

Bob Dylan – Japanese Columbia Promo Poster “Listen to Dylan…When He is the Same Age as You”

A very unusual Japanese Columbia Records promotional poster issued in 2016 suggesting (via psychedelic writing) “You must listen to Dylan when it is the age that he is the same as you.”  In other words, fans should listen to the records Dylan made when he was the same age that they now are. The poster […]

Bob Dylan – Mint 1965 “Bringing It All Back Home” LP w/Full Shrink, Price Tag

A spectacular 1965 second pressing of Bob Dylan’s classic album Bringing It All Back Home, looking unplayed, and with fully intact shrink wrap and the original $2.66 price tag from Southern California chain store White Front.  The first pressings, made earlier in the year, only differed in that their labels had the arrows,  360 Sound […]

Bob Dylan – 1975/76 Rolling Thunder Revue T-Shirt, From Dylan’s Tour Bus

An exceptionally rare tour t-shirt from Bob Dylan’s 1975/76 Rolling Thunder Review. This individually tie-dyed and silkscreened shirt was left on Dylan’s tour bus at the end of the tour, and saved by an employee of the bus rental company. The Haynes shirt is size XL, and measures 21″ from armpit to armpit, and 25 […]

Bob Dylan – Ultra Rare 1964 Royal Festival Hall Handbill / For Dylan’s First-Ever London Concert

An extraordinarily rare handbill advertising Bob Dylan’s first-ever London concert, at the prestigious Royal Festival Hall on May 17, 1964—a week before Dylan’s twenty third birthday. While this show took place four months after the release of his third album, The Times They Are A-Changin’, he is billed as “The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan,” and “America’s […]

Bob Dylan – Original David Gahr Photograph, Signed by the Photographer

A photograph of Bob Dylan circa 1965, by legendary photographer David Gahr (1922-2008). Gahr signed this print on the front, and inscribed it on the back to a longtime record company executive ‘To Bob Merlis–one of the few good guys.  D.” Also on the back is Gahr’s New York studio stamp.  In excellent condition.  8″ […]

Bob Dylan – 1976 Rolling Thunder Review Concert Poster, With Joan Baez, Roger McGuinn

A rare concert poster from the spring 1976 leg of Bob Dylan’s legendary Rolling Thunder Review tour. Two nearly identical versions of this poster were produced; this is identified as coming from the second leg as it adds Roger McGuinn and Kinky Friedman to the lineup, deleting Ramblin’ Jack Eliott.  Both posters were ‘tour blanks’, […]

Bob Dylan – 1961 Gerde’s Folk City Handbill, For Arguably His Most Important Shows Ever

A handbill advertising arguably the most important shows in Bob Dylan’s long career; his two-week stand opening for The Greenbriar Boys at Gerde’s Folk City in Greenwich Village. The first of these shows, on September 26, 1961, resulted in a rave review in The New York Times—the first article ever written about Dylan—and his signing […]

Bob Dylan – ‘If You Gotta Go, Go Now’ Demo Tape Sent to Byrds Manager

A reel-to-reel demo tape of Bob Dylan’s ‘If You Gottta Go, Go Now’ sent by Dylan’s music publisher, Warner Bros-Seven Arts Music, to Jim Dickson, manager of The Byrds, for consideration as a song for The Byrds, or another of his management clients to cover.   Dickson was the person who convinced The Byrds to cover […]

Bob Dylan – 1967 Warner 7-Arts Promotional Album With Witmark Demos

A  rare single-sided  Bob Dylan promotional album, issued in 1967 by music publishing company Warner Bros 7 Arts Music Inc. Between 1962 and 1964, Dylan cut demos of a number of his songs for his music publisher, M.Witmark & Sons. Peter Paul and Mary’s version of “Blowin’ In the Wind” had been a #2 pop […]

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