Bob Dylan, Paranoid, Birmingham, 1966
© Barry Feinstein

Bob Dylan, Paranoid, Birmingham, 1966

By Barry Feinstein
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Bob Dylan appears unhinged while inside his Birmingham, England hotel room in May 1966. During this period, Dylan's concerts and press conferences had become increasingly hostile, and it is generally assumed that the intense media  pressure and busy touring schedule, coupled with heavy drug use, led Dylan to retreat from the public sphere for 8 years upon his return to the States. 

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Estate Authorized editions are embossed on the reverse and are signed, stamped, titled, and numbered on the front by Judith Jamison, Barry Feinstein's widow and the executor of the Estate of Barry Feinstein. Each photograph will also be accompanied by an label that was hand-signed by Barry Feinstein.

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Bob Dylan, Paranoid, Birmingham, 1966
Bob Dylan, Paranoid, Birmingham, 1966