The Definitive Bob Dylan Songbook Paperback – 29 Oct 2003
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About the Author
Bob Dylan is one of the most celebrated songwriters and performers of all time. He has released thirty-five studio albums with hits ranging from Blowin in the Wind and Like a Rolling Stone to All Along the Watchtower, Knockin on Heaven s Door, and Make You Feel My Love. He has been awarded the French Legion of Honor, a Pulitzer Prize Special Citation, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the country s highest civilian honor. His memoir, "Chronicles: Volume One", " "spent a year on the "New York Times "bestseller list.
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Top Customer Reviews
The pages are very thin, so you have to be careful when turning them that you dont rip them, but they always fall nicely so that the lyrics and chords can be viewed easily.
I got this book as a birthday present from my friends and am very, very pleased with it. I would honestly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good strum and loves Dylans lyrics. Every classic song of every classic album is here.
Even if you are not the biggest Dylan fan in the round world its still a very good lesson in songwriting, but dont take my word for granted, go on you know you wanna learn some dylan tunes, and then some more!
What more can us mere mortals ask for? A private gig by Bob in the back garden? Oh go on then.....
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is advertised as 29th October 2003 but was in fact published in 2001 and does contain any songs released after 1997. Neither accurate nor definitive.Published on 5 Feb. 2013 by Bill Johnstone
useful for the lyrics but whoever arranged the chords has done the job in a hurry and without any thought for the player and without any interest in how it was played originally. Read morePublished on 31 Jan. 2013 by john holler