Bob Dylan Scritti 1968 2010

Autore: Greil Marcus
Editore:
ISBN: 9788862883719
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Quante Strade

Autore: Alberto Crespi
Editore: LIT EDIZIONI
ISBN: 8862314019
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La canzone più celebre di Bob Dylan fu pubblicata nel 1963 sul suo secondo album, "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan". Nel giro di poche settimane divenne popolarissima, grazie anche alle fortunatissime cover di Joan Baez e dal trio folk Peter, Paul & Mary. Si affermò come la canzone simbolo del movimento per i diritti civili, dopo che Dylan la eseguì davanti a Martin Luther King durante un'epocale manifestazione di protesta a Washington. Poi scomparve o quasi dal repertorio live di Dylan negli anni della sua clamorosa svolta elettrica, che suscitò entusiasmi e polemiche oggi difficilmente immaginabili. Riapparve alla ribalta sul palco del concerto per il Bangladesh, nel 1971, dove Dylan tornò a suonare dal vivo dopo il misterioso incidente di moto del 1966 ed eseguì di nuovo il suo "inno", su richiesta di George Harrison. Da allora, Dylan l'ha eseguita centinaia di volte, cambiandone spesso l'arrangiamento; e le versioni di altri artisti si sono moltiplicate, da Stevie Wonder a Neil Young, da Marlene Dietrich a Duke Ellington, facendone una delle canzoni più "reinterpretate" nella storia della musica pop. Al tempo stesso, la fama di "Blowin' In The Wind" si è intrecciata ripetutamente alla storia del XX e del XXI secolo. Basti pensare che ha provocato una disputa politico-teologica fra due Papi e ha incrociato le vittorie di Barack Obama nelle elezioni presidenziali Usa.

La Musica Leggera Racconto Su Mezzo Secolo Di Canzoni

Autore: Luigi Manconi
Editore: Il Saggiatore
ISBN: 8865762179
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The Ballad Of Bob Dylan

Autore: Daniel Mark Epstein
Editore: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062092014
Grandezza: 27,39 MB
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Drawing on revelatory interviews, a rich analysis oflyrics, and a lifelong study of one of the greatest songwriters of our time,Daniel Mark Epstein delivers a singular, nuanced, and insightful examination ofBob Dylan—the poet, the musician, and the man. Interweaving in-depthconversations with Dylan collaborators and contemporaries, including Eric Andersen,Tom Paxton, Woody Guthrie’s daughter Nora Guthrie, Ramblin’Jack Elliott, Pete Seeger, Maria Muldaur, John P.Hammond, and many others, Epstein crafts a vivid and unforgettable portrait ofthe inimitable poet and performer. Readers of Christopher Ricks’ Dylan’s Visions of Sin, the Dylanautobiography, Chronicles, or Sean Wilentz’s Dylan inAmerica, as well as fans enthralled by expository musician stories, such asKeith Richards’ Life and PattiSmith’s Just Kids, will be captivatedby Epstein’s unprecedented and incisive look at Bob Dylan, music’s mostineffable creator.

Lipstick Traces

Autore: Greil Marcus
Editore: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674736850
Grandezza: 45,42 MB
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This is a secret history of modern times, told by way of what conventional history tries to exclude. Lipstick Traces tells a story as disruptive and compelling as the century itself.

1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die

Autore: Robert Dimery
Editore: Weidenfeld & Nicolson
ISBN: 9781844038909
Grandezza: 60,82 MB
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Written by top UK and US music journalists, and including a preface by Michael Lydon, the founding editor of Rolling Stone magazine, this book celebrates the great and ground-breaking albums throughout the eras - from the genesis of Fifties rock 'n' roll to the technological and electronic innovations of the 21st century. Each entry includes key tracks and explains exactly why each of these albums deserved to be included in the list, offering an insight into the process of their creation, development, and success. With albums from Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Miles Davis, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, The Sex Pistols, ACDC, the Beach Boys, Sonic Youth, Jack White, Green Day, and the latest from David Bowie, Beyonc�, Taylor Swift and The War On Drugs, 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die is the single most comprehensive list of music that changed the world. Illustrated with more than 900 iconic images of album covers, bands and artists, as well as photographs from many legendary gigs, this is an absolute must-have for the musically inspired.

Bob Dylan Revisited

Autore: Bob Dylan
Editore: W W Norton & Company Incorporated
ISBN:
Grandezza: 69,36 MB
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"Rendered in striking, explosive graphic form, many of Bob Dylan's most famous songs illustrated as they've never been before. Mesmerized by the power of his lyrics and intrigued by the possibilities of translating his powerful, enigmatic personality into

Authorship And Cultural Identity In Early Greece And China

Autore: Alexander Beecroft
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139484249
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In this book, Alexander Beecroft explores how the earliest poetry in Greece (Homeric epic and lyric) and China (the Canon of Songs) evolved from being local, oral, and anonymous to being textualised, interpreted, and circulated over increasingly wider areas. Beecroft re-examines representations of authorship as found in poetic biographies such as Lives of Homer and the Zuozhuan, and in the works of other philosophical and historical authors like Plato, Aristotle, Herodotus, Confucius, and Sima Qian. Many of these anecdotes and narratives have long been rejected as spurious or motivated by naïve biographical criticism. Beecroft argues that these texts effectively negotiated the tensions between local and pan-cultural audiences. The figure of the author thus served as a catalyst to a sense of shared cultural identity in both the Greek and Chinese worlds. It also facilitated the emergence of both cultures as the bases for cosmopolitan world orders.

Our Souls At Night

Autore: Kent Haruf
Editore: Vintage
ISBN: 1101875909
Grandezza: 13,63 MB
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A spare yet eloquent, bittersweet yet inspiring story of a man and a woman who, in advanced age, come together to wrestle with the events of their lives and their hopes for the imminent future. In the familiar setting of Holt, Colorado, home to all of Kent Haruf’s inimitable fiction, Addie Moore pays an unexpected visit to a neighbor, Louis Waters. Her husband died years ago, as did his wife, and in such a small town they naturally have known of each other for decades; in fact, Addie was quite fond of Louis’s wife. His daughter lives hours away in Colorado Springs, her son even farther away in Grand Junction, and Addie and Louis have long been living alone in houses now empty of family, the nights so terribly lonely, especially with no one to talk with. Their brave adventures—their pleasures and their difficulties—are hugely involving and truly resonant, making Our Souls at Night the perfect final installment to this beloved writer’s enduring contribution to American literature. This eBook edition includes a Reading Group Guide.

First Love And Other Sorrows

Autore: Harold Brodkey
Editore: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480427977
Grandezza: 17,58 MB
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In the vein of John Cheever and J. D. Salinger, this powerful collection of short stories chronicles the loss of innocence, the harsh cruelty of social distinctions, and the anguish of young love First Love and Other Sorrows is the hauntingly beautiful debut collection of short stories from American master Harold Brodkey. Written when the author was in his twenties, these strong, affecting tales recall the intoxicating joy of young, springtime love, while lamenting the betrayal of dreams and false ideals in the glaring light of reality. Set in the Midwest during the 1950s, First Love and Other Sorrows centers around a Jewish family that has recently lost its patriarch—and with him the world of privilege. Through the eyes of a son, a sister, and a mother—each one struggling to find a foothold in both family and society—these stories explore class prejudice, obsessive love, and the tragic foibles and emotional truths of being human. First Love and Other Sorrows is masterful fiction from an extraordinary literary artist.