Barry Feinstein – The Photographer

Bob Dylan
© Barry Feinstein Photography

Barry Feinstein, the photographer, who died on October 20 aged 80, created some of the most enduring images of the Sixties music scene. Feinstein was particularly noted for the series of pictures he took of Bob Dylan when he accompanied the singer on his famous tour of Britain in 1966, during which his transformation from acoustic troubadour to electric rock-and-roller was interpreted as a betrayal of folk music by purist fans. For a full obituary go to The Daily Telegraph

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