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The kiss - "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan" Bob Dylan and Suze Rotolo, 1963 by Don Hunstein

"Take care of all your memories. For you cannot relive them." Bob Dylan,  American singer-songwriter. Dylan is considered an key influential icon in popular music and culture.

Bob Dylan: "Take care of all your memories. For you cannot relive them. Dylan is considered an key influential icon in popular music and culture.

Bob Dylan: Stylish Voice of the 1960s One of the most famous American singer-songwriters, Bob Dylan helped shape the culture and popular music of the 1960s with his famous songs that captured social unrest and spoke for his generation. During the 1960s, Dylan’s songs The Times They Are a-Changin and Blowin’ in the Wind came to represent hope and a voice for the anti-war and civil rights movements. As he ...

Bob Dylan 1960s Style in Pictures

Bob Dylan. Poet, Prophet, Outlaw, Fake, Star of Electricity.

Rock’s Most Inscrutable Lyrics, As Interpreted By SongMeanings

Bob Dylan Poster, Smoking a Cig, Playing Guitar, Folk Rock Legend

Bob Dylan with cigarette in harmonica holder, during soundcheck, Philadelphia, Pa., 1964.

Bob Dylan with cigarette in harmonica holder, during soundcheck, Philadelphia, Pa., This dude is the man

Bob Dylan and his records@hipppietrash✨                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Black and White music Bob Dylan musician vinyl Records blues

Ladies and gentlemen the winner of the Nobel poetry prize and well deserved,William Hynes

Ladies and gentlemen the winner of the Nobel poetry prize and well deserved,William Hynes Mais

"I'm ready to go anywhere, I'm ready for to fade. Into my own parade, cast your dancing spell my way. I promise to go under it. Hey Mr. Tambourine man, play a song for me. I'm not sleepy and there is no place I'm going to. Hey Mr. Tambourine man, play a song for me. In the jingle jangle morning, I'll come following you."-Bob Dylan

“My songs are personal music, they’re not communal. I wouldn’t want people singing along with me. It would sound funny. I’m not playing campfire meetings. I don’t remember anyone singing along with Elvis, Carl Perkins or Little Richard.

Bob Dylan - Shelter From The Storm http://www.vogue.fr/culture/a-ecouter/diaporama/la-musique-de-jake-bugg/17036/image/899792#!bob-dylan-shelter-from-the-storm

Dans l'iPod de Jake Bugg

Joven Dylan, 1964.

bookmania: “ “Everything passes. Everything changes. Just do what you think you should do.” – Bob Dylan, To Ramona, 1964 (from the Another Side of Bob Dylan) ”

Life without color is still beautiful.... By Ted Russell

Govinda Gallery photographer Ted Russell and his photographs of Bob Dylan from

Bob Dylan expo at Cité de la Musique

A Year and a Day with Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan playing chess, Woodstock, N. Photography by Daniel Kramer.

Bob Dylan- a study in introspection. (by Jerry Schatzberg)                                                                                                                                                      More

Bob Dylan Talks: A Raw and Extensive First Rolling Stone Interview

Photograph: Outtake from the “The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan” cover sessions. Bob walking with Susan Elizabeth “Suze” Rotolo – February, 1963, taken by CBS staff photographer, Don Hunstein

Bob Dylan Freewheelin cover outtake" by Don Hunstein. Location: West St NYC Date: Feb 1963 An alternate take from 'The 'Freewheelin' Bob Dylan' album cover shoot, featuring Bob with Suze Rotolo photographed on West Street in New York City in February

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