"Why wait any longer for the one you love, When he’s standing in front of you": Bob Dylan's Nashville Skyline; lengthily inscribed by him
Vinyl of Dylan’s ninth studio and singular country music album, marking a dramatic shift in his direction and style. Inscribed by Dylan on the album cover, “Best wishes to the ‘Sorcerer,’ NYC, Bob Dylan, 6/2/90.” Included is a letter of provenance from the original recipient which reads, “I met Bob Dylan when he was recording the album ‘Under a Red Sky’ at Sorcerer Sound Studios on Mercer St. in New York City in June of 1990. I was working in the smaller of the 2 recording studios at the time. I brought in 2 albums for him to sign for me which he obliged. On the ‘Nashville Skyline’ album he referred to me as the Sorcerer. I don’t know why.” In near fine condition. Matted and framed, the entire piece measures 18.5 inches by 10 inches.
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