Bob Dylan was an icon unto himself in the 1960s, and his image remains unmistakable to this day. Even with that goofy 'stache and chinbeard.
Anyway, if you happen to be in Paris anytime soon, be sure to drop in at the Cite de la Musique. They've installed an exhibit of Bob Dylan photos by Daniel Kramer, who shot Dylan on tour from 1964-1965, newsoxy.com reports. That's when the Bard from Hibbing was at his Bob Dylan-est, with his crazy 'fro and horn-rimmed sunglasses.
Kramer also shot the cover of "Bringing It All Back Home," where a crouching Dylan holds a kitten while a woman in a red pantsuit smokes a cigarette by the fireplace.
It also presents photos of Bob Dylan as a toddler -- no sunglasses, name still Robert Zimmerman -- a guitar, and a manuscript he wrote.
The show will be up till July 15.
Plenty of other Bob Dylan news is posted on Expecting Rain.
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