Synopses & Reviews
The Bob Dylan Scrapbook is the highly collectable illustrated biography of Dylan's life during the 1950s and 60s. Created in association with Bob Dylan, the Scrapbook is crammed with features including rare photographs, facsimiles of handwritten lyrics and rare memorabilia. The text includes interviews with Dylan and his friends and fellow musicians to form a uniquely personal view of the greatest singer songwriter of his generation. A special bonus audio CD contains sixty minutes of early interviews and a rare performance. The Bob Dylan Scrapbook is an altogether handsome slipcased hardback with over 100 photographs and illustrations, and is guaranteed to delight every Dylan fan.
Lavishly illustrated and spectacularly packaged in a slipcased scrapbook, this chronicle of the early years of Bob Dylan includes rare photographs, removable documents, reproductions of memorabilia, and materials drawn from the new documentary film directed by Martin Scorsese. Includes a 60-minute audio CD. Consumable.
About the Author
Born Robert Allen Zimmerman in 1941, Bob Dylan
is without question one of the most influential figures in the history of popular music. He not only revolutionised popular music by incorporating poetry in his folk and rock compositions, he also helped create a more inclusive and progressive consciousness in American culture.
All titles available by BOB DYLAN:
CHRONICLES Volume 1: The first volume of Dylan's memoirs
CHRONICLES AUDIO read by Sean Penn
BOB DYLAN SCRAPBOOK: A uniquely illustrated scrapbook covering the years 1956-66, authorised by Bob Dylan himself
LYRICS: The only complete and up-to-date collection of Bob Dylan's lyrics from 1962-2001