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|Format: ||Paperback, 133 pages|
|Other Information: ||12 black and white photographs & 3 maps|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 June 2011|
Untangles the relationship between New York and Dylan by examining the role that New York City played in the creation of his music and evolution of his creative process. Packed with detailed information about where he worked and more importantly where he played, wrote and socialised, Sawyers brings the cafes, bars, studios and avant garde clubs alive in this psychogeographic peek into a key creative period of Dylan's career and the people surrounding him at the time.
About the Author
June Skinner Sawyers writes the "Resourceful Traveler" column for the Chicago Tribune; her work has appeared in the Common Review, Dirty Linen, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Sing Out! She is the author of more than 20 books, including Celtic Music: A Complete Guide, Racing in the Street: The Bruce Springsteen Reader, Read the Beatles, and Tougher Than the Rest: 100 Best Bruce Springsteen Songs. She lives in Chicago.
"A must-read for any music fan visiting New York . . . both an entertaining story and an excellent practical guide." --www.suite101.com (April 27, 2011) "Good for basic armchair amusement and for adding factoids to your Dylan-lore; as a Dylan fan . . . you'll absolutely adore "Bob Dylan New York"." --www.antimusic.com (May 11, 2011) "Sawyers' compact book is a primer for those who are unfamiliar with Bob Dylan and a cherry atop a hot fudge sundae for those who can recite every lyric to every song." --www.examiner.com (May 24, 2011) "The city influenced the man and the man helped shape the city in the early '60s, and you can read about all of that in this informative and fanciful book." --www.curledup.com "An atmospheric history with enough detail to make you feel at home in Dylan's world. . . . Downright refreshing." --www.GenerallyEclecticReview.blogspot.com "Perfect for those who wish to retrace the Bard's footsteps." --"Mojo" (August 29, 2011) "The author brings the Greenwich Village of the '60s to life." --David Luhrssen, www.ExpressMilwaukee.com (May 15, 2011) "No decent Dylan-head should wander the streets of lower Manhattan without this bio-travel guide." --"Rain Taxi "(April 2012) "An amazing look at the early days of the legend and his regular haunts in Greenwich village." --www.PatriotNewspaper.com "A good idea to read and fully contemplate June Skinner Sawyers' "Bob Dylan: New York". . . . [An] inviting and interesting book on the greatest songwriter this side of Lennon and McCartney." --www.davidmarxbookreviews.wordpress.com
Roaring Forties Press|
21.64 x 14.12 x 1.07 centimetres (0.24 kg)|
15+ years |