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George Harrison and Bob Dylan (August 1, 1971), 1971

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    • Gelatin silver print.
    • Signed, titled and dated on recto.

    About The Work

    Taken in Madison Square Garden in 1971, this photograph by Bill Ray captures an image of Bob Dylan and George Harrison performing together at The Concert for Bangladesh, organized by George Harrison to fund relief efforts for Bangladeshi refugees. Ray's photo documents Harrison's first live performance since the breakup of the Beatles and Dylan's first live performance since 1969.

    Harrison and Dylan were two of the most famous and influential musicians of the 1960s, and sales from the concert album and video continue to raise money today for UNICEF, demonstrating the significance and persisting influence rock 'n' roll musicians.

    About Bill Ray

    • Ships in 10 to 14 business days from New York.
    • This work is final sale and not eligible for return.

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