No Direction Home: The Life and Music of Bob Dylan

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Da Capo Press, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 573 pages
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Essential reading for anyone interested in Bob Dylan. Newsday . Robert Shelton wrote the rave review of Bob Dylan in the New York Times that is generally credited with being the piece that discovered him in 1961. Twenty-five years later, Shelton, who had followed Dylan's career faithfully, published No Direction Home . Here is the empathetic and rather magnificent ( Washington Post Book World ) story of Dylan, musician and phenomenon.

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Review: No Direction Home: The Life and Music of Bob Dylan

User Review  - Rdurie - Goodreads

Overall I enjoyed reading this book about one of my favourite artists. The key to the book was the friendship and trust between Dylan and the author which enabled Shelton to have many one on one ... Read full review

Review: No Direction Home: The Life and Music of Bob Dylan

User Review  - Ivan - Goodreads

FIRST LINE REVIEW: "The is a story about a poet and musician who was born and reborn time again, who 'died' several 'deaths' and yet continued to live." I've always been a Dylan fan, though I'm not ... Read full review

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Robert Shelton (1926-95) wrote about music for the New York Times until the end of the '60s.

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