Contact prints were used to produce proof sheets from entire rolls of 35 mm negative in order to aid in the selection of images for further enlargement, and for cataloging and identification purposes. Finding the contact sheets from legendary Rock N’ Roll photo shoots has now become my newest obsession.
Six months after The Beatles paid tribute to Bob Dylan on the album cover of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Dylan released the album John Wesley Harding on December 27, 1967. A long-recurring rumor is that Dylan returned the favor and included the faces of The Beatles on the album cover hidden in the knots on the tree.
Most people want to meet and take pictures with musicians but musicians want to meet and take pictures with the “Greatest Of All-Time” Muhammad Ali. Check out some of these awesome pictures of Ali with rock stars and musicians.
Random photo of two legends playing a quick game of tennis. Bob Dylan and George Harrison, Isle of Wight, August 29, 1969.
Jimi Hendrix was obviously a Bob Dylan fan having recorded a total of four Dylan songs- Like A Rolling Stone, Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window, All Along the Watchtower and Drifters Escape. Hendrix was less a fan and more of a Dylan freak, so much he even put this Bob Dylan pin on one of his jackets.
The Beatles and The Rolling Stones were heavily influenced by Bob Dylan as you can tell by these cool photos showing their musical tastes. John Lennon with Paul McCartney holding up a copy of the Dylan album “The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan”. Here’s one of Mick Jagger holding up a copy of the Dylan album “Bringing It All Back Home”.
What book is Bob Dylan holding on the cover of this greatest hits album from CBS Records? You can only see the back cover and can’t see any visible text. Any help would be great, we will give you a shout out on feelnumb.com if you know.
Lots of people love this really cool photo that has been making the rounds on the internet of Bob Dylan and John Lennon backstage smoking. The only problem is that it is a photoshop fake!!! Here is the picture of Lennon lighting up with Paul McCartney behind him backstage before a Beatles concert. No Bob!!!
May 24, 2011 – The Beatles official Twitter (verified account) wished Bob Dylan, a Happy Birthday. Dylan of course is one of several musicians to have inspired The Beatles. Here’s the screenshot of the Birthday wishes…
Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones was buried on July 10, 1969 in this lavish silver & bronze metal casket flown in from the United States and paid for by his friend Bob Dylan.