The never-before-published, black-and-white photographs in YOUNG BOB: JOHN COHEN'S
EARLY PHOTOGRAPHS OF BOB DYLAN reveal the soon-to-be-legendary musician on the cusp of fame, just before the release of his revolutionary self-titled first album. To complement the images, Cohen has painstakingly transcribed and edited forgotten radio interviews that aired between 1961 and 1963.
With a flourish of color, Cohen's recently rediscovered Ektachromes shot in 1970 for the album "Self Portrait" appear at the end of the book.
- JOHN COHEN'S
EARLY PHOTOGRAPHS OF BOB DYLAN, powerHouse Books 2003, 72 pages, hardcover.