Spanning 30 years (1965-1995) this book contains the collected writings of Paul Williams, renowned Bob Dylan critic....
|Title||:||Bob Dylan: Watching the River Flow : Observations on His Art-In-Progress, 1966-1995|
|Number of Pages||:||255 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Bob Dylan: Watching the River Flow : Observations on His Art-In-Progress, 1966-1995 Reviews
Not quite as focused as his Performing Artist series, these collected essays on Dylan's art are still highly enjoyable. Anything Williams writes should be required reading for any Dylan fan.
You've got to be into Dylan, into YOUR inner personal interpretations of the songs, and curious about how others are impacted by the works. Wonderful music writing, but not for the casual fan.
Maybe our best Dylan writer (sorry Greil and Clinton)... the short book (included here), "What Happened?" about Dylan's born-again is essential reading.