Bob Dylan, Liverpool, England, 1966
Bob felt great in Liverpool. The scenery, the houses, the open spaces were wonderful. He got all athletic throwing all these rocks around. I said, ‘It’s Bowling For Dollars!’ He loved these kids. He was compassionate to them. They were like waifs. It was the day of the FA Cup Final, 14 May (Everton v Sheffield Wednesday). I asked if he wanted a photo with them and he said sure, so we found a doorway of this old warehouse. The kids were just playing in the street; they just got in there wherever they could stand. They posed themselves and it became a famous picture. — Barry Feinstein
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