DYLAN AT NEWPORT, 1965, by Edward Renehan
One of the most famous moments of the Sixties - and one which continues to this day to be grossly misconstrued, mistold, and loaded with undeserved meaning - is the night in July of 1965 when Bob Dylan played an electric set (or at least tried to play an electric set) at the Newport Folk Festival: an event after which, supposedly, the culture of the Sixties was never quite the same again.
- MUSIC, MYTH, AND UN-MEANING, New Street Communications, LLC, Rhode Island, 2015. 60 pages. ISBN 978-0692464601.
pre-publication covers (digital pictures only, no real existence)