1966 was certainly Bob Dylan’s most pivotal year.
Following his “going electric,” Dylan toured across Australia and Europe, polarising the audience, angering his strictest fans, arousing a wider public and arguably putting on the best rock ‘n’ roll show the world had seen.
Documentary filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker, who worked with Dylan for his groundbreaking film Don’t Look Back, was commissioned to film his tour for an ABC special that never aired. Read More