Bob Dylan performed consecutively for three years at the Newport Folk Festival – 1963-1964 -1965.
All Programmes measure approx 22cm x28.5cm
1963 • 26-28th July • 38 pages + wraps, stapled. Pages 7&8 Bob Dylan for Dave Glover by Bob Dylan article. ~Page 12 full page advert for Seeger & Dylan Lps ( 1st & Freewheelin’). Dylan listing in the centre pages -Friday afternoon in the main park. Page 15 : Blowin’ the Wind lyrics and chords + blurb from Sing Out!
Condition : EX – Complete : No clippings, no tears, no significant creases, minor handling and minor age related spotting on approx six pages- see photo gallery.
1964 • 23-26th July • 46 pages -Dylan content > Page 8 Columbia LPs advert includes The Times Are A Changin’ – center pages include a listing for Dylan’s performance in Main Park Sunday evening. Page 32 Grossman management roster half page advert includes Dylan. Page 44 advert fro Dylan at Carnegie Hall
Condition : EX- Complete : No clippings, no tears, no significant creases (barely noticeable- only on couple of pages- central crease), minor age related/ storage wear on back cover- see photo gallery.
1965 • 22-25th July • 64 pages –Dylan content > Page 17 (continued page 59) Off The Top of My Head article by Dylan. Page 28 : Performer profile with photo. Page 49 Grossman management advert – includes Dylan. Page 52 Music publishing advert lists Dylan with Freewheelin’ photo. Other illustrated throughout; performers Joan Baez, Donovan, Maybelle Carter, Peter, Paul & Mary, Mississippi John Hurt, Lightnin’ Hopkins etc .
Condition : Near Fine, this really stikingly clean and a rare find in this condition, the covers are clean and bright with only mild age toning on spine see photos. Complete : No clippings, no tears, no significant creases, no rust around staples.
On Sunday night, 25th July, Dylan took the stage with guitarist Mike Bloomfield and Barry Goldberg of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and gave his first ever performance with an electric guitar, the implications of which have employed music journalists for over half a century……Not only is there the show listing and blurb about Dylan but he contributes a rare written piece Off The Top of My Head. Enough to say pop-culture ephemera doesn’t come more culturally significant than this programme.
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