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The Ballad Of Bob Dylan A Portrait ( CD)

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Learn more about The Ballad Of Bob Dylan:

Format:  CD
ISBN-10: 0792778308
ISBN-13: 9780792778301
Sku: 221179837
Publish Date: 5/1/2011
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From the Publisher:
Drawn from revelatory interviews, an analysis of lyrics, and lifelong study, an in-depth, original take on one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century delves into his many accomplishments and explores his private life.
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There are many books about the iconic musical artist Bob Dylan, but with THE BALLAD OF BOB DYLAN: A PORTRAIT, Daniel Mark Epstein takes a unique approach. Focusing on four seminal Dylan concerts, Epstein reveals the growth and multiple sides of this mercurial and important cultural figure. Epstein's story begins in 1963 in D.C., moves to Madison Square Garden in 1974, stops by Tanglewood in 1997, and finally arrives in Aberdeen in 2009. Epstein juxtaposes these discreet moments in the artist's career with interviews with many those who worked with Dylan and knew him best.

Praise

"Mr. Epstein, an accomplished poet and biographer, is one of the better stylists to tackle the Dylan story." - David Yezzi 05/14/2011

"It's a beautiful thing, how [Epstein] brings [the evening of Dec. 14, 1963] to life." - Jim Windolf 06/05/2011

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