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Bob Dylan: Intimate Insights from Friends and Fellow Musicians

Bob Dylan: Intimate Insights from Friends and Fellow Musicians (Hardback)

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Dylan's friends - from Pete Seeger to Bruce Springsteen to Rosanne Cash to Bono to Tom Petty - offer insight into the singer-songwriter's artistic genius and personality. This is an oral history of a major musician who played a significant role in America's cultural history. His story is told by the musicians who were at his side during the 60s rollicking changes and artistic breakthroughs. This provides a keen portrait of the friendships that helped shape important musicians whose voices influenced our society as a whole. Herein are insights not only into Dylan's elusive personality but into the lives of the major musicians of our times.

BiographyBiography: generalBiography: arts & entertainmentMusic & DanceMusic BooksMusic: styles & genresRock & Pop music Publisher: Omnibus Press Publication Date: 14/09/2007 ISBN-13: 9781847721341  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Kathleen Mackay is a journalist and author who has written widely on arts and culture. Her articles have appeared in Time, People, Rolling Stone, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post and other publications. She has co-authored 4 books including an essay to The Anne Rice Reader about her lifelong friendship with Anne Rice. A graduate of Harvard, she lives in the USA.

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