Bob Dylan, England 1966 Aust Ferry 16x20

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"11 May, waiting at the Aust Ferry Terminal near Bristol to go to Cardiff in Wales. They chose this shot for the cover of Scors-ese’s No Direction Home CD and DVD. It’s one that Bob likes as it told it all. It has depth, he looked cool. I guess he felt it represented the moment to him. Just waiting for the ferry and it turned out to be a good picture." -- Barry Feinstein 

Bob Dylan, England 1966 Fans Looking in Limo 16x20

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Barry Feinstein was the official photographer for several of Dylan's tours and, as a result, the two spent a great deal of time together, developing a close bond. Dylan has a reputation in the music world for being a very private person, but he trusted Feinstein and was comfortable in front of his camera. Here, we get a glimpse into the fishbowl-like experience of Dylan's fame, as he tries to keep his cool as fans literally press their faces up against the window. 

Steve McQueen, Bullitt, 1968 Burnout 16x20

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This photo was taken during the filming of Bullitt in San Francisco California, 1968. Photographer Barry Feinstein was a friend of McQueen's and the set photographer for the film. 

Steve McQueen, Le Mans Reflection 16x20

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George Harrison, England, 1970 "All Things Must Pass" 16x20

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Barry Feinstein's cover shot for George Harrison's 1970 album, "All Things Must Pass". Because legendary photographer Barry Feinstein was there. When a truckload of gnomes were returned to George Harrison's estate, Feinstein found a fortuitous moment which became the album cover for All Things Must Pass.  

Janis Joplin, California, 1970 "Pearl" 14x14

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Janis Joplin, "Pearl" album cover, Hollywood, California, 1970