In this press conference Bob talks about touring, songwriting, the draft, the Ed Sullivan Show, the press, Joan Baez, branching out into writing symphonies, rhyming orange, W C Fields, his fame/appeal and anything else he's asked about. He seems in a good mood and is charming, jovial, funny, riffing on some answers, deadpan on others, tossing out throwaway lines and answering some seriously.
Of course, Bob being Bob, he only really answers about 1 in 3 questions with a viable answer, i.e., when asked how he would define folk music, he says it's a 'constitutional replay of mass production'.
Bob does all this smoking one fag after the next and it sounds like the press conference was set up under a multi storey car park, the visuals are pretty basic, Bob and some microphones.
The thing is that you'll either be interested in seeing Bob talk or you won't, there's no real middle ground so if you are interested in seeing the cogs turning as he formulates a reply then this is for you.