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By Benjamin Hedin | Comments: ( 791 ) | Date: ( Aug 25, 2019 )

Studio A chronicles the creator of some of the most indelible popular music of our time, a restless and protean figure whose career has been the subject of repeated transformations, declines and comebacks From early singles such as Blowin in the Wind to recent albums like Love and Theft, Bob Dylan has proved himself to be the greatest lyricist of modern songwriters and tStudio A chronicles the creator of some of the most indelible popular music of our time, a restless and protean figure whose career has been the subject of repeated transformations, declines and comebacks From early singles such as Blowin in the Wind to recent albums like Love and Theft, Bob Dylan has proved himself to be the greatest lyricist of modern songwriters and the poet laureate of the 1960s literary criticisms and interviews Contributors include Dylan himself, Sam Shepard, Bruce Springsteen, Clive James, Allen Ginsberg and Johnny Cash, and the text features previously unpublished work by Joyce Carol Oates, Gary Giddins, Rick Moody, Tom Piazza and Barry Hannah.


  • Title: Studio A: The Bob Dylan Reader
  • Author: Benjamin Hedin
  • ISBN: 9780393058444
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments Studio A: The Bob Dylan Reader

  • Joseph Street

    My interest in the music of Bob Dylan has waxed and waned over the years, but I keep coming back, drawn in again by the peculiar synergy of words and delivery that makes his music so unique. The lyrics tend to get most of the attention where Dylan is concerned, but I'd argue that, with a few exceptions, they don't read that well as poetry and only come to life when set to music and, most crucially, sung by Dylan himself. No one inhabits the words, and delivers them with the shifting emphases tha [...]


  • Mark

    Lots of people ask me to recommend a book about Dylan. Tough question, as there are hundreds, and I’ve probably read twenty. Almost as tough as asking what is my favorite Dylan song. This book might be the answer though, as it contains a significant number of the very best critical essays and writings on Dylan, from 1962-2001. Of course, one book alone cannot define Dylan and his complex oeuvre, but this is an excellent place to start. Should be on every Dylan fanatic’s shelf, unless of cour [...]


  • Digi Munoz

    Great read for Dylan fans. Gives a lot of background into his later work.


  • Melissa

    Fun and informative essays on the Bard of Minnesota.


  • Abby

    A very well done anthology of Dylan from many different sources and about many different aspects of Dylan's career, life, and genius. Well balanced.


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