Rarely does and author put an artist's creative process under such forensic scrutiny-and stitch his findings together with such success (Metro Herald Ireland)
The only essential read for Bobcats. (Time Out)
Review. (Contemporary Review)
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Great for Bobcats. Companion piece for the first volume. Heylin is my favourite Dylan writer. He may not always be right, but he is always certain !Published 9 months ago by Jerapah
Whilst discussing the out- take version of "Someday Baby" which appears on Tell Tale Signs- The Bootleg Series Volume 8
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Don't expect anything at all about the meaning of the songs - this guy records each moment in each song's creation without once getting into the essence of the song. Read morePublished on 13 Aug. 2013 by Mr. A. L. Attwood
A great piece of research and a brilliant companion to the music itself. Clinton Heylin is opinionated, and this tends to divide readers, but there's no doubting how perceptive his... Read morePublished on 30 Nov. 2011 by Dave Gilmour's cat
Heylin's 2nd volume on Dylan's songs is a fascinating read, but it is not comprehensive -- it somehow omits the album and songs of "Down In The Groove"! Read morePublished on 15 Sept. 2011 by W.R. German