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Chronicles: Volume One I D Come From A Long Ways Off And Had Started A Long Ways Down But Now Destiny Was About To Manifest Itself I Felt Like It Was Looking Right At Me And Nobody ElseSo Writes Bob Dylan In Chronicles Volume One, His Remarkable Book Exploring Critical Junctures In His Life And Career Through Dylan S Eyes And Open Mind, We See Greenwich Village, Circa , When He First Arrives In Manhattan Dylan S New York Is A Magical City Of Possibilities Smoky, Nightlong Parties Literary Awakenings Transient Loves And Unbreakable Friendships Elegiac Observations Are Punctuated By Jabs Of Memories, Penetrating And Tough With The Book S Side Trips To New Orleans, Woodstock, Minnesota And Points West, Chronicles Volume One Is An Intimate And Intensely Personal Recollection Of Extraordinary TimesBy Turns Revealing, Poetical, Passionate And Witty, Chronicles Volume One Is A Mesmerizing Window On Bob Dylan S Thoughts And Influences Dylan S Voice Is Distinctively American Generous Of Spirit, Engaged, Fanciful And Rhythmic Utilizing His Unparalleled Gifts Of Storytelling And The Exquisite Expressiveness That Are The Hallmarks Of His Music, Bob Dylan Turns Chronicles Volume One Into A Poignant Reflection On Life, And The People And Places That Helped Shape The Man And The Art


About the Author: Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan born Robert Allen Zimmerman is an American singer songwriter, author, musician, poet, and, of late, disc jockey who has been a major figure in popular music for five decades Much of Dylan s most celebrated work dates from the 1960s, when he became an informal chronicler and a reluctant figurehead of American unrest A number of his songs, such as Blowin in the Wind and The Times



10 thoughts on “Chronicles: Volume One

  1. says:

    I m going to do something I try not to do here, since I consider this to be a site about other people s words I m going to ramble on autobiographically for a bit.I bought this first volume of Dylan s Chronicles the day it came out in 2004, was anticipating the hell out of it Back then I was managing a used record sto


  2. says:

    Conscience impels me to remove one star from my original 5 I m bewitched, bothered and bewildered.When this gorgeously written, completely eccentric and endearing memoir came out in 2004 I loved it, and my original review is included below In the years since then, Dylan fans and commentators have been finding out stuff, and i


  3. says:

    After being on my to read shelf for a while, this book jumped up a couple spots when Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize for literature He didn t win the prize because of this autobiography or for his novel, but rather for the lyrics he wrote down and then placed over music This autobiography is well written and honest, but it is disjointed


  4. says:

    Positively Fraud Street I see you on the streetI always act surprisedI say, How does it feel But I don t mean it I can t taste your words, You said, Your songs are just lies So I cried that you were deaf,You d lost the sight in your eyes.And I said that you were wrongWhen you accused me of theftBut all I really wanted to know wasWhat else have


  5. says:

    UPDATE A good and memorable read but probably not why he won the Nobel.What a wonderful weird book about the influence of cities and sounds, knowing what you want and going for it and getting it thanks to talent, luck, attitude, and meeting the right people Funny how it emphasizes what no one really wants to know New Morning and Oh Mercy era st


  6. says:

    I awake this morning to the news that Bob Dylan has won the Nobel Prize for Literature for 2016, which I absolutely am happy about A bold move for the committee It made me think that the committee is probably quite old to do this, but also well aware of his lyrics, which I assume is the reason he wins I also read Paul Bryant s reviews of this book, the first of


  7. says:

    I am not by any means a big fan of autobiographies or biographies written with the popular market in mind Autobiographies can all too often be divided into the self aggrandising, self serving, self promotion type, or alternatively the celebrity ghost written cut and paste, vacuous and pointless nonsense type or the pseudo warts and all expos type or sometimes a combinat


  8. says:

    Each phrase comes at you from a ten foot drop, scuttles across the road and then another one comes like a punch on the chin.So goes Dylan on the marvel of Pirate Jenny, the haunting number by Brecht Weill in their Three Penny Opera Apparently seeing this performed life indelibly changed Dylan s approach to songwriting I bought myself G.W Pabst s film version of TPO for this rece


  9. says:

    Mark my words, this book is going to be considered as an American classic piece of literature Students in the year 2035 will study it, and young men wearing plastic rain coats will be holding this book as a fashionable prop in the most elegant nightclubs As for me, this was such a surprise remarkable read I didn t expect it to be so great What makes it so great is Dylan personal observat


  10. says:

    Bob Dylan takes us from his boyhood in northern Minnesota to his start as a folk singer in Greenwich Village in 1961 His biggest influence was Woody Guthrie, and he had a great mentor in Dave Van Ronk who got him started at the Gaslight, a folk club Dylan read widely and listened to the folk greats, especially the storytellers, in his quest to become a singer songwriter He spent his first months


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