Here's the blurb Letterpress wrote for the back cover while designing this book: Woody Guthrie was the reason for Bob Dylan's arrival in New York. Guthrie had also made a deep impression on the music of John Cohen. A year after Dylan's entry, Cohen photographed him on his rooftop on Third Ave. The same rooftop where he had earlier shot the traditional Kentucky singer Roscoe Holcomb and where Robert Frank had photographed Cohen's band, the New Lost City Ramblers. Paths were criss-crossing. The stories of Greenwich Village, Washigton Square, traditional songs, protest songs, artist communes, emotionally intense performances with the honchos of folk song, Pete Seeger, Alan Lomax, Ralph Rinzler and Mike Seeger come alive in Here and Gone by John Cohen.
9.4 in x 9.4 in (W x H), 152 pages