New Bob Dylan Video

2009-04-21 14:44
Beyond Here Lies Nothin'

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The video is directed by award-winning photographer and filmmaker, Bruce Davidson who also shot the album cover. The clip is comprised of photos from Davidson's book, Brooklyn Gang, which featured shots of a teenage gang called The Jokers whom he photographed hanging out with their girlfriends back in 1959. What's this got to do with Dylan you ask? Well, the songs is a raspy little retro rocker that pulses to a seriously sexy electric blues guitar swing. Davidson has been a member of Magnum Photos since 1958. A Guggenheim Fellowship was awarded to him in 1962 and he received the first photography grant from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1966. His prints are collected by many major museums. He lives and works in New York City.

Together Through Life
Dylan's new album, Together Through Life is released on April 26 worldwide and May 4 in South Africa. A fantastic conversation between Dylan and interviewer Bob Flanagan about the album and all sorts of cool stuff is available on his Official Website . Or, you can just Download the entire pdf (Right Click the link, then choose 'Save As').

Send Bob a video message
Want to mash up your own message and lyrics along with Dylan's to create a unique video? You can interact with the song by typing your own thoughts and messages as you listen to the song to create your very own colourful 'Lyrical Portrait video'. Once you're done you can also then upload your video message to the community gallery and share it with your friends. This is the first time the lyrics from a Bob Dylan song have been released prior to the record, by the way. Click here

Bob Dylan's just released the video for "Beyond Here Lies Nothin'", the debut single off his forthcoming new CD, Together Through Life.
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