BOB DYLAN autographed "Mr. Tambourine Man" sheet music 20x25 display
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Bob Dylan's recording of "Mr. Tambourine Man" in 1965 marked a pivotal moment in the evolution of folk and rock music. The song was released on his fifth studio album, "Bringing It All Back Home," and became an anthem of the 1960s counterculture movement. The recording session for "Mr. Tambourine Man" took place in January 1965 at Columbia Recording Studios in New York City.
This 20x25 inch framed display features a personally autographed "Mr. Tambourine Man" vintage sheet music 4-page booklet (measures 9x12 inches) custom matted and framed. The sheet music booklet is signed by Dylan and has been encapsulated in UV-protected museum glass mounted in the frame completely adhesive-free. A second sheet of UV-protected plexiglass and black wood frame finishes the display. Dylan signed the sheet music on the front cover in big, bold blue sharpie marker. The accompanying framed image features Bob in the "Bringing It All Back Home" Columbia Studios recording session.
Authentication: ACOA Letter Of Authenticity and a letter from the person who witnessed and got this item personally signed by Dylan during the 1980's.
Upon its release, "Mr. Tambourine Man" became an instant classic and catapulted Bob Dylan to mainstream popularity. The song's poetic lyrics and innovative musical arrangement have inspired countless artists, influencing the direction of folk and rock music up to the present day. Its success also marked a turning point in Dylan's career, paving the way for his exploration of electric rock music in subsequent albums like "Highway 61 Revisited" and "Blonde on Blonde." Over the years, "Mr. Tambourine Man" has been covered by numerous artists, further cementing its status as a timeless masterpiece.