Celebrate Bob Dylan's 75th Birthday with Rare Photos from Taschen
Today Bob Dylan turns 75, making it over 50 years ago that he first met Daniel Kramer, the photographer he spent exactly one year and one day with when making the leap from folk to rock music in 1964 and 65. Between Woodstock, album covers for "Bringing It All Back Home" and "Highway 61 Revisited," and simply hanging around New York, the two ended up with more photos than Kramer could possibly publish in the Saturday Post or Paris Match. Many of of those images are getting their first celebratory release today in "Bob Dylan: A Year and a Day," a $700 tome out by Taschen. Take a look back with a preview of the book, here.