The Real Bob Dylan. He was born Robert Allen Zimmerman in Duluth, Minnesota. He surfaced in Greenwich Village nearly twenty years later, with a name and past of his own invention. He went on to become the most influential-and elusive-culture hero of our time-the antenna of the age. This is the first full story of Bob Dylan. It comes from many sources. From those who have intimately known him through all his many changes. From figures like Joan Baez, Phil Ochs, Dave Van Ronk. From Dylan himself. It's all here. The good. The bad. The gritty. And the great.
..."In the beginning was Scaduto," wrote Clinton Heylin at the start of own Dylan bioography. We'll never know the whole story of Minnesota's most noted mouth organist but Anthony Scaduto's
1971 book was the pioneering protrait of this legendarily elusive artist. Now, in a welcome reprint it's a real treat to read the still-classic Bobography, methodical and lean, Scaduto's style reflected his background as a New York crime reporter, with a "just the facts, ma'am" technique that built the right tension...
---New Musical Express
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