[PDF] ✓ Free Read ☆ Seeing the Real You at Last: Life and Love on the Road with Bob Dylan : by Britta Lee Shain ↠

By Britta Lee Shain | Comments: ( 232 ) | Date: ( Dec 10, 2019 )

I ve never seen a Bob Dylan smile, except in photos or on the stage Not the real thing Britta Lee Shain was a friend of Bob Dylan s until he asked her to join him on the road in the mid 1980s, at which point she became than a friend In this intimate and elliptical memoir of their time together, at home in Los Angeles and on tour with Tom Petty and the Grateful Dea I ve never seen a Bob Dylan smile, except in photos or on the stage Not the real thing Britta Lee Shain was a friend of Bob Dylan s until he asked her to join him on the road in the mid 1980s, at which point she became than a friend In this intimate and elliptical memoir of their time together, at home in Los Angeles and on tour with Tom Petty and the Grateful Dead, she offers a unique portrait of the romantic, earthbound, and poetic soul trapped in the role of Being Bob Dylan If you were my woman, I d be worth four times as much Entire libraries of books have been written about Dylan, but few if any offer any lasting insight into the man behind the shades Until now Written with the elegance of a poet and storytelling snap of a novelist, Seeing The Real You At Last is a poignant and tender romance that reveals Dylan s playfulness, his dark wit, his fears and struggles, his complex relationships with the men and women in his life, and, ultimately, his genius.


  • Title: Seeing the Real You at Last: Life and Love on the Road with Bob Dylan
  • Author: Britta Lee Shain
  • ISBN: 9781908279941
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Seeing the Real You at Last: Life and Love on the Road with Bob Dylan

  • Robert

    Total disclosure: I helped edit this book for Britta. I was her Book Coach (yes, I do that). Revisiting it was a pure pleasure as I was reminded just how good a writer she is. Reads more like a good novel. This is a must-read for any Dylan fan--or anyone who wants to know what it's like to romance, travel and write a song with the most famous singer-songwriter in human history. A terrific memoir.


  • Steve

    No way was I going to read this book; kiss-and-tells don't interest me. But Paul Zollo's review changed my mind, and the book is actually worth a read.In the mid-80s, Britta Lee Shain is living with a guy who is Dylan's right hand man on the road, pretty much arranging all details for Bob's personal life while he's on tour. As she gets to know Dylan, he turns his skills of seduction on her (you almost think he just does this automatically), and she becomes involved with him during the tour of Eu [...]


  • Mark Goddard

    I thought the first half of the book was very interesting. But I then started getting weary of readingabout Dylan & Britta window shopping for boots and jewelry. Another thought, since she posted actual dates I wonder if she kept a diary? I would rather read a whole diary of the tour with Dylan in Europe. Skipping of course the window dressing!


  • Teresa

    I had looked forward to reading this book both because I was curious about Bob Dylan (a half-century-long love/hate genius influence on songwriters and music-lovers, who seems to have long cloaked himself in mystery), and because I was curious to know more about the author, who I know, like and respect, through our mutual attendance at Summersongs West over the years. What surprised me is that this book read like a novel, with almost cliff-edge suspense in several chapters. And it was fun to rec [...]


  • Michael

    I wasn't sure what to expect when I ordered this book. It was an interesting memoir about a women who loved Dylan's music, and got herself into a position to get close to him in a business sense and then fell in love. Later to discover the reality of falling in love with a big star already married to another. It was interesting to get a glimpse of how Dylan's touring world was set up and how the logistics of a couple of the tours got set up. This is a one sided story from her point of view. I al [...]


  • Roderick Mcgillis

    What can I say? The book reads like a YA romance complete with descriptions of clothes and cars and romantic encounters. It is, however, not without interest if one happens to be curious about Dylan's life in the late 1980s. The man is, without doubt, less interesting than the work.


  • Melody

    I won this in a giveaway. My opinion is just thatmine, and completely unbiased.Rubbish.


  • Steve

    I should have resisted.


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