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Bob Dylan A Year And A Day Ediz Inglese Francese E Tedesca

Author : Daniel Kramer
ISBN : 3836547600
Genre : Music
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This Art Edition presents nearly 200 images from Kramer’s remarkable 1964–65 Dylan portfolio with the accompanying numbered and signed archival black-and-white fiber-based gelatin silver print, Bob Dylan with Dark Glasses, NYC, 1964. True to Dylan’s constant, cryptic state of becoming, this iconic image captures the star after his spellbinding concert with Joan Baez on Halloween night at Lincoln Center’s Philharmonic Hall, as much a summation of Dylan’s work so far as a summons in an electrifying new direction. He brought the crowd 17 songs, including The Times They Are A-Changin, A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall, and All I Really Want to Do, mesmerizing the full house with the lilting run on the harmonica; the strumming guitar; and the lyrics that were fast, irreverent, and epic at once. Art Edition of 100 numbered copies (No. 1–100), each signed by Daniel Kramer, with the accompanying numbered and signed archival black-and-white fiber-based gelatin silver print, Bob Dylan with Dark Glasses, NYC, 1964.
Category: Music

Bob Dylan A Year And A Day

Author : Daniel Kramer
ISBN : 3836573962
Genre : Folk musicians
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Daniel Kramer's classic Bob Dylan portfolio captures the artist's transformative "big bang" year of 1964-65. Through vast concert halls, intimate recording sessions, and the infamous transition to electric guitar, nearly 200 images offer one of the most mesmerizing photographic series on any recording artist and a stunning document of Dylan and...
Category: Folk musicians

Bob Dylan

Author : John Nogowski
ISBN : 9780786435180
Genre : Music
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When Bob Dylan professed in a Rolling Stone interview to be the guy who "owned the Sixties," he was not overstating. Recently, the iconic American musician, author, and poet was named by the same magazine the second greatest artist of all time, outranked only by The Beatles. This six-part, updated examination of Dylan's five-decade career provides a comprehensive analysis of his writing and recording history. It features critical commentary on every song and album, including the many rare bootleg recordings. Parts Four through Six list and discuss Dylan's numerous appearances in film, in literature, on radio, and on television. The expanded introduction further analyzes the historical import of Dylan's prolific creative output, the first four decades of his career, and his amazing twenty-first-century musical comeback.
Category: Music

Invisible Now Bob Dylan In The 1960s

Author : John Hughes
ISBN : 9781317113027
Genre : Music
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Invisible Now describes Bob Dylan's transformative inspiration as artist and cultural figure in the 1960s. Hughes identifies Dylan's creativity with an essential imaginative dynamic, as the singer perpetually departs from a former state of inexpression in pursuit of new, as yet unknown, powers of self-renewal. This motif of temporal self-division is taken as corresponding to what Dylan later referred to as an artistic project of 'continual becoming', and is explored in the book as a creative and ethical principle that underlies many facets of Dylan's appeal. Accordingly, the book combines close discussions of Dylan's mercurial art with related discussions of his humour, voice, photographs, and self-presentation, as well as with the singularities of particular performances. The result is a nuanced account of Dylan's creativity that allows us to understand more closely the nature of Dylan's art, and its links with American culture.
Category: Music

Positively Main Street

Author : Toby Thompson
ISBN : 9780816654451
Genre : History
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An updated version of the author's discovery of the real person behind the mythology Bob Dylan created includes an interview with the author, previously unpublished photographs, and a new preface by the author. Original.
Category: History

Bob Dylan S Highway 61 Revisited

Author : Mark Polizzotti
ISBN : 9781441116765
Genre : Music
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Highway 61 Revisited resonates because of its enduring emotional appeal. Few songwriters before Dylan or since have combined so effectively the intensely personal with the spectacularly universal. In "Like a Rolling Stone," his gleeful excoriation of Miss Lonely (Edie Sedgwick? Joan Baez? a composite "type"?) fuses with the evocation of a hip new zeitgeist to produce a veritable anthem. In "Ballad of a Thin Man," the younger generation's confusion is thrown back in the Establishment's face, even as Dylan vents his disgust with the critics who labored to catalogue him. And in "Desolation Row," he reaches the zenith of his own brand of surrealist paranoia, that here attains the atmospheric intensity of a full-fledged nightmare. Between its many flourishes of gallows humor, this is one of the most immaculately frightful songs ever recorded, with its relentless imagery of communal executions, its parade of fallen giants and triumphant local losers, its epic length and even the mournful sweetness of Bloomfield's flamenco-inspired fills. In this book, Mark Polizzotti examines just what makes the songs on Highway 61 Revisited so affecting, how they work together as a suite, and how lyrics, melody, and arrangements combine to create an unusually potent mix. He blends musical and literary analysis of the songs themselves, biography (where appropriate) and recording information (where helpful). And he focuses on Dylan's mythic presence in the mid-60s, when he emerged from his proletarian incarnation to become the American Rimbaud. The comparison has been made by others, including Dylan, and it illuminates much about his mid-sixties career, for in many respects Highway 61 is rock 'n' roll's answer to A Season in Hell.
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The Ballad Of Bob Dylan

Author : Daniel Mark Epstein
ISBN : 9780285640221
Genre : Music
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Dylan's songs sound as if they have been part of the folk music tradition for centuries The Ballad of Bob Dylan examines the influences behind his songs. Through a combination of first hand accounts, reportage and a wealth of interviews with those who have known Dylan for decades The Ballad of Bob Dylan is the fullest picture yet of Dylan's work in the studio. The Ballad of Bob Dylan is a vivid portrait, nuanced and insightful, of the greatest songwriter of the twentieth-century.
Category: Music

Bob Dylan

Author : Daniel Kramer
ISBN : 0806512245
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Sing Out

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ISBN : UOM:39015025422562
Genre : Folk songs
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Category: Folk songs