Like the Night (revisited): Bob Dylan and the Road to the Manchester Free Trade Hall

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Helter Skelter Pub., 2004 - Music - 224 pages

Revised and updated edition of the hugely acclaimed document of Dylan's pivotal 1966 Manchester Free Trade Hall show where fans called him Judas for turning his back on folk music in favour of rock 'n' roll. After years of notoriety as the most famous bootleg of them all, the concert recording finally received an official release at the same time as the book's first outing.

“For any fan of Dylan, this is quite simply essential.”—Time Out

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CHAPTER ONE First Time Around
CHAPTER THREE Mixed Up Confusion

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About the author (2004)

CP Lee was the leader of the acclaimed art-punk band Albertos Y Los Troias Paranoias. He has also written a study of the films of Bob Dylan: Like A Bullet of Light and currently divides his time between lecturing in media studies at University in Manchester and broadcasting for BBC radio.

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