The Bob Dylan scrapbook

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ISBN: UOM:39015052055442
Release Date: 2005-09-13
Number of pages: 64
Author: Bob Dylan

Download and read online The Bob Dylan scrapbook in PDF and EPUB A slipcased scrapbook of rare photographs, removable documents, and memorabilia offers insight into one of the musician's most eventful and formative periods, tracing his arrival in New York and emergence as one of the most distinctive voices of his time, providing on the accompanying CD excerpts from early interviews and his 1965 performance at the Newport Folk Festival. 100,000 first printing.

The Bob Dylan scrapbook

Filename: the-bob-dylan-scrapbook.pdf
ISBN: 0743285344
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 64
Author: Robert Santelli

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Bob Dylan

Filename: bob-dylan.pdf
ISBN: 0806512245
Release Date: 1991-03-01
Number of pages: 150
Author: Daniel Kramer
Publisher: Citadel Press

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Treasures of Bob Dylan

Filename: treasures-of-bob-dylan.pdf
ISBN: 1780971044
Release Date: 2012-10-01
Number of pages: 64
Author: Brian Southall
Publisher: Carlton Books Limited

Download and read online Treasures of Bob Dylan in PDF and EPUB When the times they were a-changin', Bob Dylan became one of the counterculture's most revered heroes. He's won countless awards, including a Pulitzer Prize, Grammys® a Golden Globe® and an Oscar®. This beautifully slipcased Treasures volume tells his story as never before, following Dylan from Minnesota to New York's Greenwich Village to worldwide fame; stunning photos and unique removable facsimile memorabilia make this an essential history for all music fans.

Bob Dylan In America

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ISBN: 9781407074115
Release Date: 2011-02-15
Number of pages: 400
Author: Sean Wilentz
Publisher: Random House

Download and read online Bob Dylan In America in PDF and EPUB A brilliantly written and groundbreaking book about Dylan's music – now the recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature 2016 – and its musical, political and cultural roots in early 20th-century America Growing up in Greenwich Village in the 1960s Sean Wilentz discovered the music of Bob Dylan as a young teenager. Almost half a century later, now a distinguished professor of American history, he revisits Dylan's work with the critical skills of a scholar and the passion of a fan. Drawing partly on his work as the current historian-in-residence on Dylan's official website, Sean Wilentz provides a unique blend of biography, memoir and analysis in a book which, much like its subject, shifts gears and changes shape as the occasion demands.


Filename: tarantula.pdf
ISBN: 1439107661
Release Date: 2008-06-23
Number of pages: 160
Author: Bob Dylan
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Tarantula in PDF and EPUB WINNER OF THE NOBEL PRIZE IN LITERATURE Music legend Bob Dylan's only work of fiction—a combination of stream of consciousness prose, lyrics, and poetry that gives fans insight into one of the most influential singer-songwriters of our time. Written in 1966, Tarantula is a collection of poems and prose that evokes the turbulence of the times in which it was written, and gives a unique insight into Dylan's creative evolution. It captures Bob Dylan's preoccupations at a crucial juncture in his artistic development, showcasing the imagination of a folk poet laureate who was able to combine the humanity and compassion of his country roots with the playful surrealism of modern art. Angry, funny, and strange, the poems and prose in this collection reflect the concerns found in Dylan's most seminal music: a sense of protest, a verbal playfulness and spontaneity, and a belief in the artistic legitimacy of chronicling everyday life and eccentricity on the street.

A Freewheelin Time

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ISBN: 9781845138004
Release Date: 2009-09-01
Number of pages: 384
Author: Suze Rotolo
Publisher: Aurum Press Limited

Download and read online A Freewheelin Time in PDF and EPUB DIV ‘I met Bob Dylan in 1961 when I was seventeen years old and he was twenty…’ So begins the acclaimed memoir of Suze Rotolo, the woman who was Bob Dylan’s girlfriend in the early sixties. She reveals the romantic story of their sweet but sometimes wrenching love affair and its eventual collapse under the pressure of Dylan’s growing fame. Despite having never previously raised her head above the parapet to write about her time with him, people are probably more familiar with Rotolo than they might think: it is she who is pictured arm in arm with Dylan on the iconic sleeve of his 1963 sophomore album, The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan. Set during the time when Dylan was writing the soundtrack to the cultural revolution of the 1960s, this is a unique and remarkable narrative of a place and time when art, culture and politics all seemed to be conspiring to make America a freer, more equitable place. With a supporting cast that includes Fidel Castro, Che Guevara, Phil Ochs, Joan Baez and Andy Warhol, this is essential reading for Dylan fans and anyone fascinated by the Sixties. /div


Filename: dylan.pdf
ISBN: 0756637252
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 288
Author: Mark Blake
Publisher: Dk Pub

Download and read online Dylan in PDF and EPUB A compelling collection of intimate photographs, many never before published, accompanied by detailed articles, essays, and captions from contributors to MOJO magazine, pay tribute to the illustrious career of musician-songwriter Bob Dylan, from 1965 to the present day. Reprint.

Down The Highway

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ISBN: 9781446464755
Release Date: 2011-09-30
Number of pages: 576
Author: Howard Sounes
Publisher: Random House

Download and read online Down The Highway in PDF and EPUB This new edition of Howard Sounes' classic and definitive biography of Bob Dylan now offers a new chapter that brings Dylan's story fully up to date for his seventieth birthday. First published to international critical acclaim in 2001, it gives a complete picture of the man as well as of the artist and performer. Based on in-depth original research,including hundreds of interviews with Dylan's closest associates, Down the Highway now also contains a fresh section covering the artist's most recent projects. A compelling, engagingly fast-paced and revelatory life, it takes the reader on a journey from Dylan's childhood in a Minnesota mining town to the status he enjoys today as the leading poet-troubadour of popular song, and one of the most iconic figures of contemporary culture.

Dylan s Visions of Sin

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ISBN: 9780857862020
Release Date: 2011-05-05
Number of pages: 528
Author: Christopher Ricks
Publisher: Canongate Books

Download and read online Dylan s Visions of Sin in PDF and EPUB ‘I consider myself a poet first and a musician second’ ‘It ain’t the melodies that’re important man, it’s the words’ Two quotes from Dylan himself that underline the importance of this book. Dylanology thrives. There is no shortage of books about him and many of them will be dusted off for his 70th birthday. This one, however, stands on its own both for its unusual approach and for the virtuosity of its execution. Ricks’s scheme, aptly, is to examine Dylan’s songs through the biblical concepts of the seven deadly Sins, the four Virtues, and the three Heavenly Graces. He carries it off with panache. Ricks may be the most eminent literary critic of his generation but nobody should feel his book is one of earnest, unapproachable exegesis, on the contrary it has a flamboyance, almost effervescence about it that is captivating. Ricks boldly and successfully judges Dylan as a poet not a lyricist and in his tour-de-force makes endless illuminating comparisons with canonical writers such as Eliot, Hardy, Hopkins and Larkin.

Forever Young

Filename: forever-young.pdf
ISBN: 9781442468160
Release Date: 2012-05-22
Number of pages: 40
Author: Bob Dylan
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Forever Young in PDF and EPUB Since it first appeared on the 1974 album Planet Waves, “Forever Young” has been one of Bob Dylan’s most beloved songs. Now award-winning artist Paul Rogers gives us a new interpretation of the lyrics. With images inspired by classic Dylan songs and pieces of his life, this is a bold and touching tribute, with audio, to an anthem whose message will always stay forever young.

Bob Dylan All the Songs

Filename: bob-dylan-all-the-songs.pdf
ISBN: 9780316353533
Release Date: 2015-10-27
Number of pages: 704
Author: Philippe Margotin
Publisher: Black Dog & Leventhal

Download and read online Bob Dylan All the Songs in PDF and EPUB Get the story behind every recording session, album, and single released during Bob Dylan's illustrious-and now Nobel Prize-winning-career. Bob Dylan: All the Songs is the New York Times bestselling, definitive book that captures Dylan's creative process and his organic, unencumbered style of recording. It is the only book to tell the stories, many unfamiliar even to his most fervent fans, behind all the 492 songs he released. Organized chronologically by album, Margotin and Guesdon recount the details that led to the composition of Dylan's recorded songs, what went on in the recording studio, what instruments he used, and behind-the-scenes account of the great artists who worked with Dylan. Lyrics and accounts of the recording sessions are accompanied by classic photos, both in and out of the studio, to create a true Dylan treasury. Bob Dylan: All the Songs is the comprehensive record of the music career which defined an era, delighted fans for more than 50 years and has now won the world's most prestigious prize. Please note that the ebook does not contain images.

Like a Rolling Stone

Filename: like-a-rolling-stone.pdf
ISBN: 158648382X
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages: 286
Author: Greil Marcus
Publisher: PublicAffairs

Download and read online Like a Rolling Stone in PDF and EPUB Describes the cultural context and impact of the song "Like a Rolling Stone," examining its musical antecedents, the song's place in Dylan's career, the circumstances of its production, its lyrical and musical structure and meaning, and its treatment in the hands of other musicians.

The Bob Dylan Encyclopedia

Filename: the-bob-dylan-encyclopedia.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015064707592
Release Date: 2006-09-21
Number of pages: 800
Author: Michael Gray
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic

Download and read online The Bob Dylan Encyclopedia in PDF and EPUB The Bob Dylan Encyclopedia is one of the most wide-ranging, informed, entertaining, provocative, and compulsively readable books ever written about popular music. It's the culmination of over thirty years of dedicated research and scholarship by Michael Gray. Inside these pages, you'll find a world of ideas, facts, and opinions. It's a world in which Baudelaire flows on from the Basement Tapes and A.S. Byatt looks out at the Byrds; in which Far from the Madding Crowd follows Ezekiel and Bob Geldof introduces Jean Genet; and in which Hank and William Carlos Williams stand side by side while J.R.R. Tolkien trails the Titanic. Most of all, of course, it's a world in which everyone and everything interconnects, in endlessly fascinating ways, with one of our greatest living artists: Bob Dylan. Click here to read an interview with Michael Gray: "Michael Gray... probably Dylan's single most assiduous critic." — New York Review of Books "Fans of Bob Dylan have a multitude of choices when it comes to biographies and retrospectives, but author Michael Gray outdistances them all with this voluminous collection of all things Dylan. ... Insightful and entertaining, Gray's tome will broaden appreciation of the artist, his influences and his legacy." -Publishers Weekly (starred review) "...has all you need to know, and more" -Richard Corliss, Time "This is no mere catalog of facts, but a work of oceanic immersion. It has wit, opinion, style, and asks to be read, not just consulted." -Village Voice "Deeply impressive...destined to be the most important Dylan book, bar none."-Gerry Smith, The Dylan Daily "Utterly idiosyncratic." -Janet Maslin, New York Times "Amazingly well-researched and surprisingly readable work." -Library Journal (starred review) "Door-stopping detail." -Toronto Star "Magnificent...won't just astonish readers with its detail about Dylan's work...contains so many insights and refutes so many myths about the rock 'n' roll era in general that it's invaluable as both a reference guide and a personality study." -Nashville City Paper "Comprehensive and up-to-date." -Slate

A Simple Twist of Fate

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ISBN: 0306814137
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 246
Author: Andy Gill
Publisher: Da Capo Press

Download and read online A Simple Twist of Fate in PDF and EPUB The story of the personal pain of the demise of Bob Dylan's twelve-year marriage that resulted in the writing and recording of his celebrated album Blood on the Tracks is told with firsthand information from musicians, friends, and associates. 35,000 first printing.