Bob Dylan: World Tour 1966: The Home Movies
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Bob Dylan: World Tour 1966: The Home Movies
In 1965, Bob Dylan was the reigning king of the new folk music boom, but while he had earned a large and loyal audience playing earnest and elliptical songs of social protest and romantic puzzlement accompanied by his acoustic guitar, he was eager to strike out into new territory, and he shocked fans at that year's Newport Folk Festival by showing up with an electric guitar and a thrown-together rock & roll band. Later that year, Dylan took his joyous outrage on the road, with a tight, but hard-hitting, rock & roll combo, the Hawks, joining him for a series of shows in which the singer and… More

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"Only for die hard Bob Dylan fans."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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