Barry Feinstein was the exclusive tour photographer on Bob Dylan and his band's legendary 1966 and 1974 world tours. In this DVD, Feinstein and director Joel Gilbert chronicle these epic tours, featuring over 150 selections of Feinstein's finest portraits – most revealed for the first time. In the years between the two tours, Gilbert visits Woodstock and Greenwich Village, New York, where he investigates Dylan's secluded life before his return to the road in 1974. Gilbert recreates the singer-songwriter's 1966 motorcycle accident, pays a visit to “Big Pink,” examines Dylan's first encounter with the Beatles, and even confronts fanatic Dylanologist A.J. Weberman. Interviews with filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker, rock journalism godfather Al Aronowitz, band drummer Mickey Jones and surprise guests help reveal Bob Dylan's hidden history behind Feinstein's astonishing images. Narrated by Barry Feinstein.