"Engagingly written and scrupulously researched." ( Observer)
"The benchmark by which all future Dylan biographies will be judged." ( USA Today)
"Many writers have tried to probe [Dylan's] life, but never has it been done so well, and so captivatingly." ( Boston Globe)
"Blows away more of the fog than anyone else has managed to do." (Barney Hoskyns Independent on Sunday)
"Sets a standard few rock'n'roll chronicles have attained." ( Independent)
This new edition of Howard Sounes' classic and definitive biography of Bob Dylan now offers a new chapter that brings Dylan's story fully up to date for his seventieth birthday. First published to international critical acclaim in 2001, it gives a complete picture of the man as well as of the artist and performer. Based on in-depth original research,including hundreds of interviews with Dylan's closest associates, Down the Highway now also contains a fresh section covering the artist's most recent projects.
A compelling, engagingly fast-paced and revelatory life, it takes the reader on a journey from Dylan's childhood in a Minnesota mining town to the status he enjoys today as the leading poet-troubadour of popular song, and one of the most iconic figures of contemporary culture.
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