The ultimate history of music’s greatest and most influential figure: Bob Dylan. When the times they were a-changin', Bob Dylan became one of the counterculture's most revered heroes. He's won countless awards, including a Nobel, Pulitzer Prize, Grammys®, Golden Globe®, and Oscar®. This beautifully slipcased volume tells his story as never before, following Dylan from Minnesota to New York's Greenwich Village to worldwide fame—and now it’s updated to cover his Nobel Prize victory. Stunning photos and unique removable facsimile memorabilia make this essential for all music fans.
|Edition description:||Second Edition|
|Product dimensions:||10.40(w) x 11.50(h) x 1.20(d)|
About the Author
Brian Southall worked as a music journalist on Disc and Melody Maker before joining the record business in 1973. Since then he has worked in press & PR, promotions, marketing, and communications for A&M, Tamla Motown, EMI, and Warner Music, in addition to acting as a consultant to the HMV Group and both the British and International Phonographic Industries. He wrote the official history of Abbey Road Studios, edited the Complete Beatles Recording Sessions, scripted a BBC Radio One documentary on EMI’s first 90 years, and authored The A-Z of Record Labels and the official history of 25 BRIT Awards shows as well as the critically acclaimed Northern Songs.
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