MOJO: The Collectors Edition: BOB DYLAN (Exclusive Bob Dylan Print)MOJO
Part 1 With insightful stories, eyewitness accounts and dozens of rare and iconic photographs, this sumptuous 132-page magazine follows Bob Dylan’s dramatic journey from humble beginnings as a store-owner’s son in smalltown Minnesota, through his arrival on the vibrant New York City folk scene in 1961, to his revolutionary mid-’60s years mixing the Beat poets, The Beatles and English folk airs to create some of the finest songs ever written. And that’s before he’s injured in a motorcycle accident and disappears into a Woodstock basement to lay the foundations of Americana with his backing musicians The Band… The in-depth features include the tale of Dylan’s unusual pre-fame friendship with his hero Woody Guthrie; the story of how he sensationally blew the US folk scene apart when he strapped on an electric guitar; and the inside track of his pilled-up, spaced-out tour of Britain in May 1966. Plus much more!
Part 2 The follow-up to Bob Dylan 1941-2020 Revisited, this beautifully produced 132-page magazine is packed with insightful features and dozens of rare and iconic photographs, charting Bob Dylan’s musical adventures in the mid-1970s and beyond. Beginning with the story behind his masterful ‘comeback’ album, Blood On The Tracks, the many in-depth features include an account of his theatrical Rolling Thunder Revue tour in 1975; a behind-the-scenes look at the fraught 1978 world tour that led to Bob’s religious epiphany and three controversial ‘Christian’ albums; the inside track on his difficult 1980s and the infamous Never Ending Tour; and his return to form in the ’90s with the critically acclaimed Time Out Of Mind LP. Plus much more!
Housed in a collectible wallet.
With an exclusive Bob Dylan mini print (Flood Gallery Exclusive)