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Who Is That Man? In Search of the Real Bob Dylan (Hardcover)

Author:  David Dalton
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Format: Hardcover Large Print
ISBN-10: 1410449122
ISBN-13: 9781410449122
Sku: 230632843
Publish Date: 7/26/2012
Pages:  685
Age Range:  NA
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Drawing upon extensive interviews with Dylan's friends and fellow eyewitnesses, the founding editor of Rolling Stone presents a biography of the rock icon, providing a new perspective on the man and the musical legend.
Journalist David Dalton is a founding editor of ROLLING STONE magazine, and has been covering the music world for almost as long as Bob Dylan has been playing in it. This extensive sense of rock history serves Dalton well in this comprehensive biography of the mysterious and beloved songwriter. Dalton captures the contradictory facets of Dylan's ever-shifting public persona, and in an attempt to gain a foothold in understanding the "real" Robert Zimmerman, interviews a slew of Dylan's friends, collaborators, and fans, including the late Allen Ginsberg, singers Eric Andersen and Marianne Faithfull, producer Andrew Loog Oldham, and many others
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David Dalton
David Dalton has written many books about famous musicians.


'[L]ike his subject, Dalton is tremendously entertaining, with a virtuosic command of language....David has scribed a top-shelf Bobography." - Michael Simmons March 2012

"Mr. Dalton, a founding editor of Rolling Stone, dates back so far in Dylan watching that he was all but present at the creation. And he has absorbed the many books that preceded his. So he writes not just about Mr. Dylan but about what it's like to have lived in close psychic and musical proximity to him for so long." - Janet Maslin 05/25/2012

"Unapologetic about his reverence for Dylan, Dalton brings his idol back to earth with a string of zingers. . . ." - Robin Finn 06/03/2012

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Product attributeBook Format:   Hardcover
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0685
Product attributePublisher:   Thorndike Press
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