Subterranean Homesick Blues
by Bob Dylan
When asked what the cover of Bring It Back Home meant, Dylan had only to slyly say that he hadn't looked at it, despite having carefully arranged each seemingly random bauble in the photograph.
Bob Dylan was a handsome young man in the '60s. He still could have used a comb.
Dylan has become more of a cowboy in his later years.
Dylan poses in a press photo for his 33rd studio album, Together Through Life.
Dylan plays the guitar.
Check out those Beatle boots.
Dylan strums a Fender Esquire.
You may recognize this man, writer of the masterpiece Howl, as the man lurking in the back of the "Subterranean Homesick Blues" video.
Here's the sleeve for "Subterranean Homesick Blues."