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Chronicles, Volume One

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 15, 2004

    Coming Clean

    After a lifetime of playing with the press, Bob Dylan has started to come clean. This book not only gives intererting inside info about the man and his music, but the writing is elegant and stylish. No mere auto bio here, he jumps around in different time periods in his life and still only gives some of what you might want to know. STill, it is intimate, engaging and a wonderful read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2008

    Pure Dylan

    A fun to read book. Total nonsense, but then what would you expect? Bob Dylan telling the truth, baring his soul? Right!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2004

    Better than I had any right to expect

    Beautifully written. Wanders at times, though the episodes detailing his pre-fame in Minnesota and New York are great. The Making of the album in New Orleans may be the best part of th book. The portions about his family's inability to be left alone at Woodstock either represents tremendous ego (as though we should pity him)or is meant to be hilariously funny--which I think it is. There is great writing in this book. I think the freshest of the year, devoid of slick magazine and big publisher blandness. He still has it.

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