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It was just over 50 years ago this summer that Bob Dylan famously suffered a serious motorbike accident in the back roads around Woodstock, New York, and disappeared from public sight. In fact, Dylan would later reveal that the crash left him with a cracked vertebra and serious cuts and bruises.Having exploded on to the scene as a youth protest folk singer who would go on to become the world's biggest musical icon, Dylan was on his way home on July 29, 1966, when he crashed his beloved Triumph. He had just completed a relentless, apparently drug-fuelled, tour. For the singer, it presented an almost life-saving chance to escape the pressures of his world, to disappear into the bosom of family life, exchanging his brutal schedule of constant album releases, studio time, press duties, tours and fan attention, for time with his wife Sara Lownds and their children.The pair were both in relationships when they met in 1964; Sara married, Dylan tied to folk singer Joan Baez.In his autobiography, he wrote that when he first saw folk singer Baez on television, "I couldn't stop looking at her, didn't want to blink." When they actually met in the early 1960s she became a huge supporter, insisting they duet onstage, despite occasional protests from her fans, who objected to Dylan's nasal twang.
In contrast, early girlfriend Suze Rotolo was immortalised on the cover of The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, the album he released in 1963.
By the mid 1960s, he was playing up to 200 concerts a year.
To date, Dylan, who last year made history as the first musician to win the Nobel Prize for Literature, has sold over 40 million albums.
The pair had begun dating in 1961, shortly after Dylan arrived in New York.
At the time she was just 17, and is said to be the inspiration for many early love songs, including Don't Think Twice, It's Alright, in which he wrote: "I once loved a woman, a child I am told, I gave her my heart but she wanted my soul." In his autobiography, Dylan remembers first meeting Rotolo backstage at a concert.