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Dylan Review Vol. 2.2, Winter 2020- BOB DYLAN LYRICS, COPYRIGHT INFORMATION

Ballad of Hollis Brown. Copyright © 1963 by Warner Bros. Inc.; renewed 1991 by Special Rider Music. All rights reserved. ​Beyond Here Lies Nothin’. Copyright © 2009 by Special Rider Music and Ice Nine Publishing. All rights reserved. ​Blind Willie McTell. Copyright © 1983 by Special Rider Music. All rights reserved. ​Cold Irons Bound. Copyright © 1997 […]

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Dylan Review Vol. 2.2, Winter 2020- Books Received

Brillo, Paulo. No Such Thing as Forever: Images from 30 Years of the Never Ending Tour. Cornwall, U.K.: Red Planet Books, 2020. ​Curtis, Jim. Decoding Dylan: Making Sense of the Songs That Changed Modern Culture. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2019. ​Grossi, Luca. L’Inferno di Bob Dylan. Roma: Arcana Edizioni, 2018. ​Portelli, Alessandro. Bob Dylan, poggia e veleno: “Hard Rain,” […]

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DYLAN REVIEW 2.2, WINTER 2020 – Contributors

Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams, acclaimed Americana musicians, are a powerhouse of vocal and instrumental virtuosity. Their performing partnership was molded during ten years of recording and touring with Levon Helm, iconic drummer and voice of The Band. The couple’s two albums, 2015’s Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams and 2017’s Contraband Love opened doors and ears as they toured with Jackson Browne, Emmylou Harris, and John Prine. Mojo dubbed […]

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The Simple Art of Music: Bob Dylan and Noir

The Simple Art of Music: Bob Dylan and Noir ARTICLE BY John Radosta, Independent Scholar ​Abstract: This article traces Dylan’s extensive use of, and connections to, crime fiction, tracing its roots from ballads such as “Barbara Allen” through Poe’s C. Auguste Dupin stories (particularly on the album Tempest), and into film noir. Many of Dylan’s noir songs, […]

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“Visions of Desolation: Cleveland 1965 Austin 2012” ​

​Visions of Desolation: Cleveland 1965 Austin 2012 ​POEM BY Thomas G. Palaima ​Ecce homunculus. This new blank documentcould remain blankfor all I careto reveal or conceal. Ask me.I ain’t sayin’.Coax me.My lips are sealed. I could turn myself inside out.My soul could slowly spin about. Spin? Turn? Rotate? Whirl?Like a chicken on a spit?Like coffee in […]

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THE DYLANISTA- Winter 2020

The back page of the British journal TLS (The Times Literary Supplement) featured, until very recently, a column by J.C. Over the years this column included some paragraphs reflecting on Writers More or Less Forgotten—writers who, J.C. reminds his readers with a determinedly light touch, are to be distinguished from writers “unjustly overlooked.”[1] A fine point, but […]

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REVIEW OF PATRICK WEBSTER’S A WANDERER BY TRADE

Patrick Webster, A Wanderer by Trade: Gender in the Songs of Bob Dylan. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2019. 195 pp. REVIEW BY Matthew Lipson, Independent Scholar ​Patrick Webster’s A Wanderer by Trade: Gender in the Songs of Bob Dylan employs foundational cultural and gender theory to address the tricky issue of Dylan’s treatment of women and sex, […]