Warehouse Eyes Paperback – 27 Feb 2006
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Top Customer Reviews
There are plenty of books out there about Dylan's work, as opposed to biographical books about the man. I can't say I've read many of them, but some guidance to Dylan's work is valuable. I rate this book highly and strongly recommend it. However, the best account of Dylan's work has to be Michael Gray's superlative "Song & Dance Man III: The Art of Bob Dylan".
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The words of the songs flood back into my head as I read this book.Published 6 months ago by Helen Chilcott
An OK read - cant really complain, as it was only £1. No great insight, more of a cobbling together of what the author has read elsewhere, methinks. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jerapah
This is the best book about Dylan's recording career I have ever read, I don't agree with all the reviews but some of them are truly in line with my feelings and any Dylan fan... Read morePublished 12 months ago by bluesmaddave
This well written book provides a good insight into the production of Dylan's great work and is a must read for all his admirers.Published 15 months ago by david harris
Very entertaining and enlightening read. Made me go back and listen to a lot of Dylan material. Thoroughly recommended!!!Published 19 months ago by Mr R Clark
Not really worth the one star or £1 it cost as a download. Not insight into the work and the only interesting stories he has to tell are from other writers. Read morePublished on 22 Aug. 2014 by Derek Love