Lost footage of Bob Dylan's 1969 Isle of Wight performance unearthed by San Diego company
The first members of the public to enter the Bob Dylan Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, watched a multimedia presentation on Tuesday, May 10, 2022. - Jeff Wheeler/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS

SAN DIEGO — David Peck's birthday gift came early this year. The founder of San Diego's 30-year-old Reelin' in the Years Productions — a leading archive for rare music film and video footage — on Monday announced the discovery of previously unseen 1969 concert footage of Bob Dylan and The Band. The two-minute clip is the first known professionally shot film of Dylan's Isle of Wight performance. It marked his official full-concert return to the stage following a three-year hiatus after Dylan's 1966 motorcycle crash in Woodstock, New York. Dylan's Isle of Wight gig drew three members of The Beat...