A concert poster advertising Bob Dylan’s June 19, 1991 concert at the Stadthalle in Offenbach, Germany. This was just a few months after Dylan was awarded a lifetime achievement award at the Grammy Awards, and the release of The Bootleg Series Vol. 1-3 (Rare and Unreleased) 1961-1991. 23 1/4″ x 33″, in near mint condition.
A beautiful mint condition (& probably unplayed) promotional copy of the Japanese double album Bob Dylan At Budokan, with the OBI, a lyric booklet (in Japanese) and large poster of Dylan. This was originally released only in Japan in 1978, and subsequently around the world. This is the earliest Japanese pressing. Super clean, with a […]
Two 12”one-sided acetates of an unreleased sequence for Bob Dylan’s album Nashville Skyline, previously owned by Dylan and used during the making of that 1969 album. These acetates were part of a collection of Dylan acetates discovered this year in a five story brownstone at 124 West Houston Street in Greenwich Village. From approximately 1969 […]
A 10” acetate of Bob Dylan’s “Three Angels,” previously owned by Dylan and used during the making of his 1970 album New Morning. This acetate, marked “Al’s Mix” in reference to Dylan’s longtime collaborator Al Kooper, has an alternate mix to the released version, with bass at the beginning not present in the released version. […]
A rare 4 page program and ticket stub for Bob Dylan and the Rolling Thunder Review’s Night of the Hurricane II at the Houston, Astrodome on January 25, 1976. This all star benefit show for boxer Hurricane Carter featured Dylan, Stevie Wonder, Carlos Santana, Ringo Starr, Stephen Stills, Isaac Hays, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Bob Neuwirth, […]
Here’s a beautiful mint and unplayed white label promo copy of the Japan issue of Bob Dylan’s 1978 triple album collection Masterpieces , with the OBI, a lyric booklet (in Japanese) and large poster of Bob. Perfect and pristine all around, the only white label promotional copy we’ve ever seen.
A concert ticket for Bob Dylan’s April 17, 2009 show at Rome’s Piazzale dello Sport, boldly signed by Dylan. This show took place just before the release of Dylan’s highly regarded album Together Through Life. The ticket measures 5 3/4″ x 3″ and is in excellent condition, with a soft vertical crease down the middle. […]
An original RIAA “white matte” gold record award for Bob Dylan’s 1975 masterpiece Blood on the Tracks; presented to former Columbia Records A&R executive Terry Powell. White matte awards (made from 1964 – 1975) are the most collectible of all record awards, and very few were made for a particular album. This award is completely […]
A vest given by Johnny Cash to Bob Neuwirth, Bob Dylan’s close friend and sometime road manager, at the 1964 Newport Folk Festival. We acquired this directly from singer/songwriter/painter Neuwirth, who toured with Dylan during the 1960’s and 1970’s, and put together the Rolling Thunder Review. Neuwirth appears in the films Don’t Look Back and […]
Two 12” acetates of an alternate version of Bob Dylan’s 1971 album New Morning, previously owned by Dylan and used during the making of the LP. These one-sided acetates were cut directly from the master tapes, and feature an alternate sequence to the released version. They were part of a collection of Dylan acetates discovered […]
A 10” acetate of Bob Dylan’s “If Dogs Run Free,” previously owned by Dylan and used during the making of his 1971 album New Morning. This acetate, labeled “Al’s Mix” (for Al Kooper), is 10 seconds longer and has an alternate mix to the released version. It was part of a collection of Dylan acetates […]
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 […]
A beautiful first printing concert poster advertising the Thanksgiving, 1976 farewell show by The Band, The Last Waltz. This historic concert, at San Francisco’s Winterland Auditorium, featured The Band’s invited guests, including Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Eric Clapton, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Stephen Stills, Muddy Waters, Dr. John, Ringo Starr, Ronnie Hawkins, and Neil Diamond. […]
Here’s a true Bob Dylan rarity—an original handbill / program used to advertise Bob Dylan’s first-ever concert, at Carnegie Chapter Hall in New York on November 4, 1961. This comes from the collection of the show’s promoter and one of Dylan’s earliest supporters, Izzy Young, of Greenwich Village’s late lamented Folklore Center, and comes with […]
Here’s a stunning limited-edition lithographic print by Barry Feinstein of his photograph of Bob Dylan, in a doorway surrounded by children in Liverpool, England, during his 1966 British Tour. Feinstein accompanied Dylan on that historic tour and his photographs are arguably the most acclaimed of all Dylan photographs. This 11″ x 17″ traditional plate printed […]
A stunning limited-edition lithographic print by Barry Feinstein of his photograph of Bob Dylan, alone in a concert hall in London, during his 1966 British Tour. Feinstein accompanied Dylan on that historic tour and his photographs are arguably the most acclaimed of all Dylan photographs. This 11″ x 14″ traditional plate printed lithograph was a […]