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Iconic Rock Shots of Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, Johnny Cash and More

From 'Trust: Photographs of Jim Marshall'
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Bob Dylan, New York City, 1963.

Much has been made about why Dylan chose to roll a tire for this photo shoot in New York in 1963 (Marshall snapped the singer as the Greenwich Village neighbors were heading to breakfast). But Marshall insists there was no cryptic reasoning for it. "He just picked up a tire that was nearby and rolled it," he tells RS. "That's the end of it."

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