Hard Rain ranges over thirty years of Bob Dylan's recordings, films, and concerts to deliver astute insights into-and sometimes heretical judgements of-his prodigious corpus of work. This updated edition includes a new epilogue that examines Dylan's thirtieth anniversary celebration in 1992; his albums Good As I Been to You, World Gone Wrong, and Time Out of Mind; his 1997 performance before the Pope; and his 1998 Grammy Award comeback. The result is unparalleled rock criticism.
|Publisher:||Da Capo Press|
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About the Author
Tim Riley is the author of Tell Me Why: A Beatles Commentary, Hard Rain, Fever, and John Ono Lennon: The Music and the Life. He has written for Slate and Newsweek, and reviews music for NPR. A professor of journalism at Emerson College, he lives in Concord, Massachusetts.