61 Highways Revisited

61 Highways Revisited

Author: Bob Shiel

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1511980257

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61 Highways Revisited glimpses back at 61 Dylan albums that have transformed personal lives, revolutionized popular music, and altered world events. A freewheeling voyage chronologically detailing 54 years of Bob Dylan's experimentations in songwriting, musical genres, and laser focus on answering the call of the muse within. Compliments of a Chicago writer, teacher, musician, and veteran Dylan follower, Bob Shiel, whose 2 CD audio companion of the same title (benefitting a north side Chicago alcohol/drug treatment facility) is available on Amazon.com as well. Hang on tight and enjoy the ride!
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