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 – 1962 Witmark 8″ Acetate of Rare Version of ‘Corrina, Corrina’

A 1962 acetate of a rare electric version of Bob Dylan’s ‘Corrina, Corrina,’ issued only as the B-Side of his debut single. This 8” MPHC acetate was cut at the offices of Warner Bros. Music Publishing in New York City.  Dylan’s songs were published by M. Witmark & Sons, a publisher owned by Warner Bros.  […]

Bob Dylan – Photographer Elliott Landy Signed Genesis Publications ‘Dylan in Woodstock’ Limited Edition Book / As New

An as-new copy of the Genesis Publications book Dylan in Woodstock, by legendary photographer Elliott Landy. Number 336 of 1750 produced, it is hand signed by Landy. This mint condition example of the long-sold-out title was purchased in 2000 by a collector and kept in its original shipping box, apparently unread. From the Genesis Publications […]

Bob Dylan – Collectors Ltd. Edition ‘A Year and A Day’ Photography Book, Signed by photographer Daniel Kramer

A new, factory sealed, signed collector’s edition photography book Bob Dylan: A Year and a Day, by Daniel Kramer. This oversize hardcover book is housed in a custom clamshell box, with letterpress-printed  chapter openers with tipped-in photographs, two different paper stocks, and three fold-outs.  A limited edition of 1565, it has been signed by legendary […]

Bob Dylan – 1981 Ann Arbor Boxing-Style Concert Poster

An original Day-Glo boxing style concert poster advertising Bob Dylan’s November 7 & 8 shows at the Hill Auditorium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. This is one of a very few Dylan cardb0ard concert posters from the era, and is particularly scarce as it features an image of his face.  In overall excellent condition, with a […]

Bob Dylan – 1967 “Don’t Look Back” Movie Poster (Rare, Never Folded One-Sheet for 1st Run)

A beautiful unfolded, never used one-sheet poster for the original 1967 release of D.A. Pennebaker’s celebrated Bob Dylan documentary, Don’t Look Back.  Every other example we’ve seen of this scarce poster has been machine folded, as it was sent to theaters. Filmed during Dylan’s 1965 UK tour, Don’t Look Back captures Dylan at his acoustic […]

Bob Dylan – 1988 ‘Down in the Groove’ Concert Poster Blank

A 1988 Columbia Records promotional poster advertising Bob Dylan’s current album Down in the Groove and his best selling catalog albums, with room at the bottom for concert venue information to be printed/written in. Known as a ‘tour blank,’ these posters were distributed to local record stores in markets where Dylan had tour dates.  Rolled, […]

Bob Dylan – Programs from Live Aid, Farm Aid #1 & Dylan 30th Anniversary Concert

Concert programs from three of the most historic multi-artist shows at which Bob Dylan has performed: Live Aid, the first Farm Aid, and the Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Concert. The United States Live Aid concert, held July 12, 1985 at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, raised funds for Ethiopian famine relief. While performing at Live Aid, […]

Bob Dylan – Sealed 1991 ‘The Bootleg Series: Volumes 1-3’ 5 LP Box Set

A rare factory sealed 5 LP copy of Bob Dylan’s ‘The Bootleg Series Volumes 1-3: Rare & Unreleased 1961-1991’ issued by Columbia Records for sale in Europe. The shrink wrap has split along the left side, but the seal is complete, with the original ‘Contains 5 LPs’ sticker and price tag.  There is a 3/4″ […]

Bob Dylan – Unplayed, Mint ‘Ten of Swords’ 10 LP Set Collection

A beautiful unplayed copy of the legendary 10 LP Bob Dylan private pressing box set Zimmerman: Ten of Swords, on the Tarantula label. As the cover proclaims, this contains ‘over 8 hours of music/134 previously unreleased tracks’ from 1961-1966.  The cover, discs and booklet here are all in Mint condition. The nicest copy we’ve seen. […]

Bob Dylan – Ultra-Rare 1963 Carnegie Hall Handbill

An extremely rare handbill for Bob Dylan’s October, 1963 concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City. This early show, which took place while Dylan was recording his third album, The Times They Are A-Changin’, was by far the most prestigious concert Dylan had played at that point, and he flew in his parents from […]

Bob Dylan – 1962 Stereo First Pressing ‘Bob Dylan’ LP With 6-Eye Labels / The First Dylan Album Anywhere In The World

A very clean stereo first pressing of Bob Dylan’s 1962 debut album, with the ‘6-eye’ Columbia label. Dylan’s first album sold very poorly on release, particularly in stereo, which at that time only appealed to the specialist/audiophile market.  Only the very earliest pressings of Dylan’s debut had Columbia’s ‘6-eye’ label, with the record company coincidentally […]

Bob Dylan – ‘Blood on the Tracks’ RIAA White Matte Gold Record Award / Presented to Billboard Magazine

An  original RIAA ‘white matte’ Gold Record Award for Bob Dylan’s 1975 masterpiece Blood on the Tracks, presented to the record industry trade publication Billboard. This award was obtained from the estate of Bill Wardlow (1921-2001,) the late chart editor and associate publisher of Billboard.  It is completely original and unrestored, never opened or repaired […]

Bob Dylan – 1964 Newport Folk Festival Concert Program / With Johnny Cash, Son House, Doc Watson, Joan Baez, Etc.)

An original program for the 1964 Newport Folk Festival, in Newport, R.I.  Though Bob Dylan appeared three different times during this Festival, it wasn’t until the next year, when he “went electric” at Newport, that he became a true star. This 50 page program is filled with great essays, photos, biographies of every act who […]

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 […]

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