No Direction Home: Bob Dylan

No Direction Home Bob Dylan Music Sales America With a treasure of authentic and vintage footage a host of characters including Pete Seeger Allen Ginsberg and Mavis Staples and in depth conversation with Dylan himself Scorse

  • Title: No Direction Home: Bob Dylan
  • Author: Robert Shelton
  • ISBN: 9780825634529
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Paperback
  • Music Sales America With a treasure of authentic and vintage footage, a host of characters including Pete Seeger, Allen Ginsberg and Mavis Staples, and in depth conversation with Dylan himself, Scorsese s Grammy winning documentary captured a turbulent period in the history of folk and rock music Focusing upon the years between 1962 and 1966, Scorsese charts the strugg Music Sales America With a treasure of authentic and vintage footage, a host of characters including Pete Seeger, Allen Ginsberg and Mavis Staples, and in depth conversation with Dylan himself, Scorsese s Grammy winning documentary captured a turbulent period in the history of folk and rock music Focusing upon the years between 1962 and 1966, Scorsese charts the struggles of the young, sophisticated and hugely gifted songwriter as he embraces the sounds of rock whilst being shunned by a traditional music audience that saw Dylan as their own The film is packed full of magical performances, memorable songs and great recording sessions, and twenty eight of those wonderful Dylan moments are available here for you to sing and play Arranged for guitar and voice, with melody line and chord boxes, the songs include such masterpieces as Blowin in the Wind, Mr Tambourine Man and Like a Rolling Stone.

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    1. A wonderful telling of the story of one of this era's most important singer/songwriters/poets. In many ways a paen to Dylan, the author writes admiringly, with critique of his work but not the person. The author was a reporter for the New York Times, and helped give Dylan his first big break with a positive review. They remained friends for decades, with the author having unique insight to the many phases of Dylan's life and work.The biography ends just prior to Dylan entering his Christian phas [...]

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