Bob Dylan / New book: A Year and A Day

Publishers Taschen have just released an ‘affordable’ version of their book Bob Dylan: A Year and A Day, by Daniel Kramer.

Photographer Kramer first met Bob Dylan in the early sixties and from 1964 to 1965 had extraordinary access to him on tour, in concert, and backstage, effectively documenting Dylan’s breaking through to superstardom.

Amongst the many photos in the book are shots of the Lincoln Center’s Philharmonic Hall concert with Joan Baez; the Bringing It All Back Home recording sessions; and images of friends and collaborators such as Joan Baez, Johnny Cash, Allen Ginsberg, and Albert Grossman.

A Year and A Day was previously an expensive collector’s edition but is now a much cheaper and more compact (dimensions are 33 x 24 cm) 280-page volume. It features almost 200 images and stories throughout the book by Daniel Kramer and is out now.

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I’ve got the edition of this book that is in English Spanish and Italian. the question is why do this if it is simpler to publish it in English


Thanks for the reply helpful responses! I live inMelbourne, Australia and due to the politics between Amazon and the Australia government we have been blocked by Amazon from all the online sites around the world. Tax is the problem! The taschen website is a really good suggestion!
Stay Well!


As the nearest Taschen Store for you is in Hong Kong i’m pretty sure that they deliver to Australia without problem.
Don’t be surprised if you see pictures of bags when you google Taschen, because the name of thr company founder is also the German word for bags. ;-)

Mark Petz

I was so excited for a second there: thought we were finally getting Chronicles 2. *sigh*


My thoughts as well. What a drag.


absolutely; I purchased a Beatles book last month from Taschen.com at € 15, brand new and sealed. Worth registering to their newsletter to get the info when they’re launching their sales promotion.


Publishers website “taschen.com” has it for EUR 50, which, due to price-binding for books in Germany, will also be the price for it in all German bookstores.
If this is still too much for your wallet but you’re generally interested in it you should take a note in your calendar, because twice a year, normally in the second halfs of January and June, Taschen has a sale on their website, where they offer books, which were on display in their shops but are still normally in pristine condition, most even shrink-wrapped, for about 50% cheaper than their RRP.