The Bob Dylan scrapbook: 1956-1966

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Simon & Schuster, Sep 13, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 64 pages
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A slipcased scrapbook of rare photographs, removable documents, and memorabilia offers insight into one of the musician's most eventful and formative periods, tracing his arrival in New York and emergence as one of the most distinctive voices of his time, providing on the accompanying CD excerpts from early interviews and his 1965 performance at the Newport Folk Festival. 100,000 first printing.

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The Bob Dylan scrapbook, 1956-1966

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After the publication of Chronicle, the first volume of Dylan's autobiography, and a host of books about his poetry (Christopher Ricks's Dylan's Visions of Sin) and songs (Greil Marcus's Like a ... Read full review

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This book offers a brief little bio of Dylan with great reproductions of concert tickets, articles, photos with pullouts and the like. Not really literature but great visuals and thoroughly entertaining. Read full review

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Bob Dylan is one of the most lauded and greatest loved songwriters and performers of all time. His particular brand of music first caught the public's attention in the 1960s, when he became something of a chronicler of the American conscience and cultural unrest. His remarkable career in music and literature continues to this day.

Both editors hold positions at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, where ROBERT SANTELLI is Director of Education and EMILY DAVIDSON is Education Program Coordinator.

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