Dylan Noir? Lynne Margolis posts on American Songwriter "(Photographer Barry) Feinstein still caught some stunners, which seem even more artful because he used only available light and black-and-white film (a sadly soon-to-be-archaic medium). The combination makes for some indelible studies of light and shadow-and some wonderful insights into the human side of an icon."
More early photos of Bob Dylan.
Bob Dylan - Early Reel to Reel Tape with Original Songs and Other Memorabilia (1957-59) - "The Frog Song" features Dylan singing in a low, guttural voice, like one of his heroes, Clarence "Frogman" Henry (who used that "croaking" vocal style on the 1956 novelty hit, "Ain't Got No Home"). This is where Bob first uses the idea of singing in a different voice, and it lead to the Woody Guthrie-influenced style made so famous on scores of Dylan classics.
The Bob Dylan Show will hit Alumni Field House on the campus of SUNY Oneonta at 8 p.m. November 19. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at the Hunt Union Box Office, Ticketmaster outlets and ticketmaster.com. The charge-by-phone number is 607-722-7272.
They're all general admission seats, priced at $45 for the general public or $35 for Oneonta State students.