Bob Dylan: Performance Artist 1986-1990 And Beyond (Mind Out Of Time): The Life and Music of Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan: Performing Artist 1986-1990 And Beyond is the third volume of US critic Paul Williams' widely acclaimed writings on the music and performances of Bob Dylan. In this final edition, Williams assess the influence of Dylan upon the later generations, the artist's self-proclaimed Never Ending Tour, as well as dissected two classic Dylan albums, Time Out Of Mind and Love And Theft.
No stone is left unturned as the author charts the shifts in musical style and the response of this remarkable and unpredictable artist to the ever-changing musical landscape. A candid portrait of the independent and controversial singer/songwriter in an increasingly chaotic industry.
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