On the Road with Bob Dylan

On the Road with Bob Dylan Download On The Road With Bob Dylan XBD Larry Sloman Escortkibrisve The War And Peace Of Rock And Roll Bob DylanIn , As Bob Dylan Emerged From Eight Years Of Seclusion, He Dreamed Of Putting Together A Traveling Music Show That Would Trek Across The Country Like A Psychedelic Carnival The Dream Became Reality, And On The Road With Bob Dylan Is The Ultimate Behind The Scenes Look At What Happened When Dylan And The Rolling Thunder Revue Took To The Streets Of AmericaWith The Intimate Detail Of A Diary, Larry Ratso Sloman S Mesmerizing Description Of The Legendary Tour Both Transports Us To A Celebrated Period In Rock History And Provides Us With A Vivid Snapshot Of Dylan During This Extraordinary Time This Reissue Of The Classic Resonates Than Ever As It Chronicles One Of The Most Glittering Rock Circuses Ever Assembled, With A Cast That Includes Joan Baez, Robbie Robertson, Joni Mitchell, Allen Ginsberg, Ramblin Jack Elliott, And A Wild Entourage Of Groupies, Misfits, Sinners, And Saints Who Trailed Along For The Ride Sloman Candidly Captures The All Night Revelry And Musical Prowess From The Backstage Antics To Impromptu Jams That Made The Tour A Nearly Mystical Experience Complete With Vintage Photos And A New Introduction By Renowned Texas Musician, Mystery Writer, And Revue Member Kinky Friedman, This Is An Unparalleled Treat For Dylan Fans Old And New Without Question, On The Road With Bob Dylan Is A Remarkable, Revealing Piece Of Writing And A Rare Up Close And Personal View Of Dylan On Tour

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  • Paperback
  • 496 pages
  • On the Road with Bob Dylan
  • Larry Sloman
  • English
  • 26 August 2018
  • 1400045967

10 thoughts on “On the Road with Bob Dylan

  1. says:

    La premessa d obbligo anche se non va spiegata trattasi di un grande libro per Dylaniani , non per Dylanologi.Parte a razzo Sloman trasportandoci sin dalle prime righe al centro dell azione, in quella New York del 75 che saluta il ritorno in citt dell Illustre Scomparso per tutte quelle persone normali che non ritengono la vita di Dylan una tappa obbligatoria della propria formazione culturale va detto che negli anni precedenti agli accadimenti del libro Dylan si era ritirato dal mondo gio La premessa d obbligo anche se non va spiegata trattasi di un grande ...

  2. says:

    A speed freak s EXHAUSTIVELY detailed account of life on the road with Dylan s mid 70s Rolling Thunder Revue This is the phase of Desire and Rubin Hurricane Carter, etc By this point in his career Dylan had learned to insulate himself from hangers on like the author, so much of the book is bogged down in tedious, meticulously recounted dialogue with the tour manager Dammit, Ratso, you re gonna get...

  3. says:

    The tour must have been fun, but it is not very interesting to read about The author wrote for Rolling Stone and expanded his articles into the rather massive paperback reissued in 2002 It s difficult to read straight through, as there are many gonzo detours into the author s search for significant people events of which there were few outside the concert hall One of those books that undermines my positive sentiment affection for the subject matter makes me wish I d picked The tour must have been fun, but it is not very interesting to read about The author wrote for Rolling Stone and expanded his articles into the rather massive paperback reissued in 2002 It s difficult to read straight through, as there are many gonzo detours into the author s search for significant people events of which there were few outside the concert hall One of those books that undermines my positive sentiment affection for the subject matter makes me wish I d picked up Middlemarch instead, like I ve always been meaning to do someday The most valuable portions for me were conversations with the relatively under appreciated women on the tour, all of whom come o...

  4. says:

    obnoxious, unfocused and poorly written, Ratso Sloman expends so much energy trying to get Dylan to read his shitty poetry, or get Roger Waters to buy him dinner, or bang desperate hippie chicks that he never manages to give any insight on what made the first Rolling Thunder tour so legendary On the Road should be taken literally, as the author basically lives in his car the whole time after he s kicked off the tour caravan with Bo...

  5. says:

    As a person who has traveled to see Dylan, many parts of this book rang true The lost souls who always seem to be around are still there The feeling of being disconnected, always a new town, travel, lack of sleep, but lots of the same faces This book put me back on the road...

  6. says:

    an interesting account of life on the road with the Rolling Thunder Revue, from the perspective of the ultimate insider outsider i happen to be a big fan of Rolling Thunder era Dylan, so i kinda dug this artifact to others i can see how it might be ki...

  7. says:

    Two stars is generous It has its moments but they are few and far between.

  8. says:

    This book was utterly fascinating, I can t believe seeing the start and finished dates above but that does include the event of a basement flood destroying my first copy, then trying to read a downloaded pdf copy on my iPad which I didn t particularly enjoy as much as a bound book of papyrus, or paper I guess they used to call it in the 20th century It was a long read and I d occasionally get bogged down in some of the earlier pages but at some magical point I got into the rhythm of the story This book was utterly fascinating, I can t believe seeing the start and finished dates above but that does include the event of a basement flood destroying my first copy, then trying to read a downloaded pdf copy on my iPad which I didn t particularly enjoy as much as a bound book of papyrus, or paper I guess they used to call it in the 20th century It was a long read and I d occasionally get bogged down in some of the earlier pages but at some magical point I got into the rhythm of the story telling and was captivated As big of a Dylan fan as I am, I guess ...

  9. says:

    I think Bob Dylan called this book The war and peace of rock and roll because it doesn t feel as though it will ever end If you re a fan of rather dull, unedited interviews, then take heart this book is for you.

  10. says:

    I was expecting betterthe Stones Tour coverage by Stanley Booth is the best examplesometimes a bit long winded and the author is hung up on his own problems although still a great insight to a great time and Tour, made me want to listen to the music

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