Bob Dylan: Too Much Of Nothing

by Derek Barker
Bob Dylan: Too Much Of Nothing
  • ISBN-13: 9781911346609
  • Author(s): Derek Barker
  • Subject: Individual composers & musicians, specific bands & groups
  • Publisher: Red Planet Publishing
  • Imprint: Red Planet Publishing
  • Publication Date: 06-09-2018
  • Format: h/b

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£20.00
When Bob Dylan picked up a silver cross thrown on stage and found Christianity in the late seventies, it ended a search that had begun when his life crashed to a halt in 1966. According to Dylan, the turning point came one night in late 1978 when he received a 'vision and a feeling'. That search makes sense of his John Wesley Harding album and the following 12 years. This book puts into context Dylan's disappearance from view in the late sixties as well as his re-emergence with The Band for the album Planet Waves and Before the Flood tour, as well as his critically acclaimed Rolling Thunder Revue tours.
About the book

When Bob Dylan picked up a silver cross thrown on stage and found Christianity in the late seventies, it ended a search that had begun when his life crashed to a halt in 1966. According to Dylan, the turning point came one night in late 1978 when he received a 'vision and a feeling'. That search makes sense of his John Wesley Harding album and the following 12 years. This book puts into context Dylan's disappearance from view in the late sixties as well as his re-emergence with The Band for the album Planet Waves and Before the Flood tour, as well as his critically acclaimed Rolling Thunder Revue tours.

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