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Still on the Road: The Songs of Bob Dylan,…

Still on the Road: The Songs of Bob Dylan, 1974-2006

by Clinton Heylin

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[...]Taste is subjective, but a book which imagines itself to be a quasi-academic analysis of the work of one of the 20th century's most significant cultural figures needs to be able properly to separate wheat from chaff. It should not defend the indefensible nor take pot shots at work of merit simply because the author finds it personally irritating.[...]
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Clinton Heylin's first companion volume to Bob Dylan's songs, was Revolution in air : the songs of Bob Dylan, 1957-1973. This second volume, Still on the road, is a continuation of that companion to every song that Bob Dylan ever wrote, and is one of the most comprehensive books on the words of one of America's greatest songwriters. Here you'll find not just opinionated commentary or literary interpretation, but facts. Clinton Heylin has arranged the songs, including a number that have never been performed, in the chronology of when they were actually written, rather than when they appeared on albums. Using newly discovered manuscripts, anecdotal evidence, and a seemingly limitless knowledge of every Bob Dylan live performance, Heylin has uncovered a wealth of information about these songs, and Bob Dylan.… (more)

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