Robert Shelton wrote the rave review of Bob Dylan in the New York Times that is generally credited with being the piece that "discovered" him in 1961. Twenty-five years later, Shelton, who had followed Dylan's career faithfully, published No Direction Home . Here is the "empathetic and rather magnificent" ( Washington Post Book World ) story of Dylan, musician and phenomenon.
|Publisher:||Da Capo Press|
|Edition description:||Second Da Capo Press Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 8.24(h) x 1.25(d)|
About the Author
Robert Shelton (1926-95) wrote about music for the New York Times until the end of the '60s.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
i read this/already ownin' about 12 dylan recordings-theres no doubt that this taught me more about the man, than i ever thought was possible/i deeply like the discussion dylan has with the author on the plane-the whole thing is the closest you'll get to knowin' this mans history and it also gives a good but brief history of other people in dylans life:Baez, Cash, Guthrie/good book man, but it, its needed