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Photo Gallery: The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan

Photo Gallery: The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan

Don Hunstein's pictures catch the transformation from folkie to rock star

A legend in the making: Bob Dylan and Suze Rotolo in Greenwich Village, 1963© Don Hunstein/Sony Music Entertainment

A near contemporary of the great jazz photographer Herman Leonard, who died last August, Don Hunstein has amassed a formidable collection of images of some of the most indelible names in music, from Miles Davis and John Coltrane to Johnny Cash, Louis Armstrong and Leonard Bernstein. His work with Bob Dylan in the Sixties, when Hunstein was a staff photographer for Columbia Records and Dylan was the visionary folk singer daring to cross the frontier into rock'n'roll, have become an indivisible part of the myth of the Bard of Minnesota.

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