Wanted man: in search of Bob Dylan

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Carol Publishing Group, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 224 pages
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"Wanted Man: In Search of Bob Dylan" is packed with articles and interviews offering insight into the poet laureate of the sixties generation and a man Life magazine recently named among the 100 most important Americans of the twentieth century.

This collection includes photos, many never before published, tracing Bob Dylan's entire career, plus interviews with people who have been closest to him-- such as Bonnie Beecher, the original "girl from the north country"-- and a number of major figures who have worked with Dylan and been influenced by him: Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Roy Orbison, Patti Smith, Ron Wood, and many others. The book spans Dylan's entire career, from his enrollment at the University of Minnesota in 1959 to his work with producer Daniel Lanois on "Oh Mercy", his most acclaimed album in years.

There have been many books written about this creative genius whose songs are the anthems of a generation-- especially during the fiftieth anniversary of his birth-- but only "Wanted Man: In Search of Bob Dylan" conveys the immediacy and humor which is so much a part of the experience of listening to his music.

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User Review  - Reid - Goodreads

Not bad as a collection of articles and interviews but nothing too enlightening. I enjoyed the Patti Smith interview from 1977 as well as some of the 1980s pieces, less covered periods. Read full review

Contents

The Traveling Wilburys
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Preface
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Bob Dylan in New York January to April 1961
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Copyright

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