“Bob Dylan” by Keith Negus

This pocket-sized volume explores in detail the charactersitics of Dylan’s songs that have received less of the limelight —melody, rhythm, instrumental texture and the folk singer’s performing voice. The book’s approach is very clinical and almost term-paperish. The book’s index and album discography are plusses, but the discography really only documents U.S. releases, and it’s not exhaustive.

A handful of photos — including shots of Dylan performing as a protest singer and onstage with The Grateful Dead and The Band — are included.

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