Bob Dylan is explored

Docurama has fully restored the rock documentary Bob Dylan: Don’t Look Back. The film comes with a very comprehensive box this February.
A must have for every Dylan fan, classic rock music collector and film buff,
Bob Dylan: Dont Look Back – 65 Tour Deluxe Edition features the meticulously
digitally remastered original feature film, as well as Bob Dylan 65
Revisited, Pennebaker’s newly edited feature culled from countless hours of
never-before-seen archival footage shot during the tour through England,
providing a fresh “fly on the wall” perspective of the young musician on the
road and on the rise. The definitive set also contains two photo-laden
books – a rare, collectible reproduction of the 168-page companion Dont Look
Back book and a “Subterranean Homesick Blues” flip book, providing a
frame-by-frame look at what many consider to be the very first music video.

Also featured are a full-length audio commentary by Pennebaker and Dylan’s
tour manager (and artist in his own right) Bob Neuwirth, as well as a new
Bob Dylan 65 Revisited commentary by the pair. Additional bonus material
includes an alternate version of the now-famous “Subterranean Homesick
Blues” cue-card sequence, and the original theatrical trailer, a D.A.
Pennebaker filmography, a Bob Dylan discography, and cast and crew
biographies, all housed in collectible packaging, assuring fans an immersive
Dylan experience in three mediums: film, music and print.

February 27th, 2007 will see the release of the disc for $19.95.

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