If you love the legend they call Bob, then there's a wealth of goodies coming your way. You have 5 nights at Brixton in November. You have Uncut's 100th Anniversary issue with it's Highway 61 Revisited Revisted cd, his seminal album re-recorded by Uncut favourites such as The Drive By Truckers, Paul Westerberg and Richmond Fontaine (American Music Club's mournful psychadelic cover of Queen Jane Approximately and Dave Alvin's slow spoken soulful blues take on Highway 61 Revisited being particular favourites). And now you have Proud Galleries Camden launching their own photographic retrospective of the great man. Over 100 photographs, some never before published will cover his 50 odd year career. Show runs from September 16th to October 15th.
And since we're talking about Proud, which we sort of are, you still have until the end of the month to catch their Living The Moment Exhibition in Camden and Ross Halfin's Made Of Metal show at their Central Gallery off The Strand. It's free. Go!