Spanning decades and musical styles, this far-ranging program of short films and videos culled from the Bob Dylan Archive features rare and previously unreleased clips of Dylan on stage and in the studio. Selections include Dylan’s first film soundtrack for 1961’s Autopsy on Operation Abolition; a devastating solo rendition of Ballad of Hollis Brown from the 1963 TV special Folk Songs and More Folk Songs; a rollicking 1976 take on I Pity the Poor Immigrant with Joan Baez; a gospel-infused Blowin’ In the Wind; an apocalyptically rocking When the Night Comes Falling from the Sky, with Dylan backed by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers; loving tributes to Johnny Cash and Tony Bennett; a glimpse into the Archive’s film restoration project with before-and-after footage of It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue from 1966; and many more treasures from the Archive.
Followed by a reception in the Jane Peck Gallery.
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