julien's 2018 AUCTIONS
brazil series prestel BOB DYLAN'S ARTWORKS
bob's room EXHIBITIONS
renaldo and clara france FILMS
dossier bob dylan spain 78 FLYERS AND PROMOS
bob dylan  merkheft sales catalogue SALES CATALOGUES
Bob Dylan's Birthday Bash Tribute Show SPECIAL EVENTS
Call me Bob Dylan please theater programme THEATER
bob dylan eye magazine dylan tree poster VARIOUS

 

dossier bob dylan spain 78 FLYERS & PROMOS
arcana editrice BOOKS:
1972 Tarantula
1986 No Direction Home
1988 Stolen Moments
1993 Arcana Editrice, Italy
1997 Recording Sessions
1998 Like The Night
2004 Lyrics and Chronicles, Germany
2005 Chronicles paperback promo
2005 Chronicles Greek edition
2006 Bob Dylan At The Crossroads
 
arcana editrice LPs AND CDs:
1964 The Times They Are A-Changin'
1965 Columbia Records press kit
1974 The World Of Bob Dylan
1974 Before The Flood
1974 Asylum/WEA
1976 Nella Tua Discoteca..., Italy
1976 Hard Rain
1978 Street Legal
1979 Slow Train Coming
1980 Saved, Spain
1983 Infidels
1986 Knocked Out Loaded
1991 The Bootleg Series Vol 1-3
1994 Bob Dylan's Volume 3, Spain
1997 Time Out Of Mind French press
2001 "Love And Theft"
2003 May Your Song Always... Vol.3
2006 Modern Times
2006 FNAC Greece 47 CDs
2009 Together Through Life
2010 The Original Mono Recordings & The Witmark Demos 1962-1964
2020 Rough And Rowdy Ways
flag japan Japanese flyers for LPs & CDs
 
1978 far east flyer TOURS:
1978 World Tour
1981 Germany
1987 Germany
1994 US August Tour
 
fnac promo VARIOUS:
1978 Dossier Bob Dylan, Spain
1998 Bob Dylan 1966, FNAC, France
flag japan Japanese flyers for DVDs & films

 

BOB DYLAN COLUMBIA RECORDS PRESS KIT (1965)

   1965 Columbia Records press kit, promoting the release of his "new" single, "Like A Rolling Stone," from the archive of Ralph J. Gleason, the legendary music critic, co-founder of Rolling Stone Magazine, and early friend and supporter of Dylan (he wrote many early articles on Dylan, as well as conducting the famous 1965 San Francisco Press Conference.)
   The kit has a custom cover, made of black coated paper with a drawing of Dylan pasted on the front (this is the drawing from the Australian '65 tour program.) Inside is an 8" x 10" promo photo of Dylan, with credits for Albert Grossman's management company. A 3 page Columbia Records press release titled "The Tambourine Man" analyzes Dylan's success and the reasons behind it, and touts the "new Columbia single "Like A Rolling Stone" quoting the lyrics, of which it says "only the soulful accents of rhythim and blues can deliver full force and meaning." And last but certainly not least, there is a 5 page bio, titled simply "Bob Dylan" and dated July, 1965. On page 4, Pete Seeger is quoted as saying of Dylan "He'll be America's greatest troubador," adding "if he doesnt' explode." (from recordmecca.com)

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