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Bob Dylan, at the Piano, New York City, 1963

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1963 was a pivotal year in Bob Dylan's ever-evolving, always surprising career. His iconic breakout album, ''The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, was released in May of that year, three months before his performance at the historic Civil Rights March on Washington. On that same day, and at the same podium, Martin Luther King gave his famous I Have A Dream speech. Don Hunstein's portrait of Dylan finds the artist at the piano during that year with the intensity of his vision matched by the earnest expression of his still boyish face.

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Bob Dylan, at the Piano, New York City, 1963 - Morrison Hotel Gallery
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