Tag Archives: Bob Dylan

Dylan Speaks: the legendary 1965 press conference in San Francisco

In Paul Williams’ authoritative book Bob Dylan: performing artist 1960-1973, the early years Williams describes an event: This one hour press conference, held and filmed in the KQED-TV studios in San Francisco on December 3, 1965, hosted and produced by critic Ralph … Continue reading

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Bob Dylan’s Together Through Life

There’s a funny thing that happens whenever Dylan releases an album that the critics like (I think it averages out at one every three releases). When they fall all over themselves praising an album, as they did 2006’s Modern Times, … Continue reading

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Andy Gill & Kevin Odegard’s A Simple Twist of Fate — Bob Dylan and the making of Blood on the Tracks

Bob Dylan’s Blood on the Tracks is a landmark album. It is listed on numerous “best-of” album lists, be they of “all time” or the Seventies, or of the rock era. It and its follow-up Desire are his two top-selling … Continue reading

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