Bob Dylan: A Life in Stolen Moments : Day by Day, 1941-1995

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Schirmer Books, 1996 - Singers - 403 pages
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Provides a record, including set lists, of every concert Dylan has staged or participated in, as well as information about interviews, recording sessions and band lineups.

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Now this is true philately. And Heylin's infamous butting in with ridiculous opinions serves this project extremely poorly. A misguided project to begin with (what insights would such a project give ... Read full review

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About the author (1996)

Clinton Heylin is recognized as the world's leading Bob Dylan scholar, as well as an authority on folk music and popular music in general. He is also known for his acclaimed studies of American punk "(From the Velvets to the Voidoids);" rock bootlegging "(Bootleg!)--Record Collector's" book of the year in 1994; and Dylan's studio recordings "(Dylan: The Recording Sessions), " nominated for the Ralph J. Gleason Award in 1996. He edited "The Penguin Book of Rock and Roll Writing" and is the general editor of Schirmer's Classic Rock Albums series. A native of Manchester, he now makes his home in Somerset, England.

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