The first and greatest biography of one of the most important figures in rock history now re-issued for the first time since 1973. - I read it. Some of its pretty straight, some of it's very straight, some of its exactly the way it happened...I rather enjoyed it, because it's not that magazine bullshit. I like your book. That's the weird thing about it.' - Bob Dylan'
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