Bob Dylan looking at Warhol’s “Double Elvis [Ferus Type]” during a 1965 visit to the Factory.
Bob Dylan’s Subterranean Homesick Blues - A Hand Lettering Experience
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If you’re not in New York, don’t panic. Brits can make a pilgrimage down to London, where Bob Dylan filmed the famous opening to Don’t Look Back, documentary of Bob Dylan’s 1965 tour of England. The song is ‘Subterranean Homesick Blues’ and Dylan holds up and shuffles various slogans. It was one of the first music videos ever made. Head down to the intersection of Savoy Hill Road and a dead-end alley called Savoy Steps, near the Thames to see the location.
Bob Dylan was photographed on the front steps of 4 Gramercy Park West, New York City for the cover of ‘Highway 61 Revisted’ (1965).