Tuesday, May 27, 2008

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http://www.bobdylanisis.com ISIS Magazine

ISIS is the longest running Bob Dylan magazine still in print. Established since 1985, our aim is to provide Dylan enthusiasts with a comprehensive magazine regarding all aspects of Dylan's life and work.

We publish exclusive articles, interviews and rare and exclusive photographs of Bob Dylan. In fact, ISIS is everything that you will ever need in a Dylan magazine.

Renowned authority on the life and works of Bob Dylan, Derek Barker founded the international Bob Dylan magazine ISIS in September 1985 and has edited this highly respected journal uninterruptedly for over twenty years. ISIS magazine is sold through this website and has subscribers in 32 countries.

Over the years, Barker has contributed regularly to BBC Radio programs on Bob Dylan and has been featured on the BBC World Service, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio Northern Ireland, BBC Radio Scotland as well as numerous local radio stations. He has also appeared on the BBC 2 television program 'The Culture Show' and Channel 4s Breakfast News talking about Bob Dylan.

Derek has also had two books published, the first book, a collection of writings and interviews from the back pages of ISIS. 'ISIS: A Bob Dylan Anthology' (Helter Skelter Publishing, 2001) received almost universal rave reviews. It sold out a hardback edition and two paperback printings. A revised edition of the book (Helter Skelter Publishing 2004) remains in print.

The second collection of writings from ISIS, Bob Dylan Anthology 2 - 20 Years of ISIS, (Chrome Dreams, 2005) is a bumper 368-page book, which was published to celebrate the 20th anniversary of ISIS magazine, and is also still in print.

Barker has had his writings on Bob Dylan published in journals in England, the USA and Japan. He has worked on three CD projects with his current publisher, Chrome Dreams, writing the liner notes for two of them, and has advised on, and appeared in, the DVD documentary films 'Tales From a Golden Age: Bob Dylan 1941-1966' and 'After The Crash: Bob Dylan 1966-1978'. Barker�s status as an expert on all things Dylan is such that he regularly advises premier auction house Christie�s (both in London and New York) on the authenticity of items of Dylan memorabilia.

http://www.bobsboots.com BobsBoots - Bob Dylan Bootlegs
The Bob Dylan Bootleg Museum We are now receiving 2,000,000 (two million) hits per month!Thanks to you for making us one of the most popular Dylan websites on the net!

http://www.interferenza.com/bcs/interv.htm INTERVIEWS
This is intended to be as definitive a listing as possible of interviews with Bob Dylan, including both press conferences and "one to one" interviews.

http://music.yahoo.com/ar-312874---Bob-Dylan Bob Dylan - Yahoo! Music
Bob Dylan's influence on popular music is incalculable. As a songwriter, he pioneered several different schools of pop songwriting, from confessional singer/songwriter to winding, hallucinatory, stream-of-conscious narratives.

LAUNCHcast Radio Stations that play Bob Dylan:
Bob Dylan Fan Station - Bob Dylan, Arlo Guthrie, Neil Young

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Dylan Bob Dylan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bob Dylan (born Robert Allen Zimmerman on May 24, 1941) is an American singer-songwriter, author, musician and poet who has been a major figure in popular music for five decades. Much of Dylan's best known work is from the 1960s when he became an informal documentarian and reluctant figurehead of American unrest. Some of his songs, such as "Blowin' in the Wind" and "The Times They Are a-Changin'", became anthems of the anti-war and civil rights movements. Forty years later, his 2001 album "Love and Theft", reached the top five on the charts in the U.

His musical focus on rock and roll gave way to an interest in subtler, Gael-inflected American folk music, typically performed with an acoustic guitar. He soon became actively involved in the local Dinkytown folk music circuit, fraternizing with local folk enthusiasts and occasionally "borrowing" many of their albums. [9][10] During his Dinkytown days, Zimmerman began introducing himself as "Bob Dylan". In his autobiography, Chronicles (2004), Dylan wrote: "What I was going to do as soon as I left home was just call myself Robert Allen. . . . It sounded like a Scottish king and I liked it. " However, by reading Downbeat magazine, he discovered that there was already a saxophonist called David Allyn.

In January 1961, he headed for New York City to perform and to visit his ailing musical idol Woody Guthrie in a New Jersey hospital. Guthrie had been a huge revelation to Dylan and was a major influence. In the hospital room, Dylan also met Woody's old road-buddy Ramblin' Jack Elliott visiting Guthrie the day after returning from his trip to Europe. Bob and Jack became friends and much of Guthrie's repertoire was actually channelled through Elliott.

His performances, like his first Columbia album Bob Dylan (1962), consisted of familiar folk, blues and gospel material combined with some of his own songs. As he continued to record for Columbia, he recorded more than a dozen songs for Broadside Magazine a folk music magazine and record label, under the pseudonym Blind Boy Grunt. In August 1962, Robert Allen Zimmerman went to the Supreme Court building in New York and changed his name to Robert Dylan.

By the time his next record, The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, was released in 1963, he had begun to make his name as both singer and songwriter.

His next album, Another Side of Bob Dylan, recorded on a single June evening in 1964, had a lighter mood than its predecessor. The surreal Dylan reemerged on "I Shall Be Free #10" and "Motorpsycho Nightmare", accompanied by a sense of humor that has often reappeared over the years. "Spanish Harlem Incident" and "To Ramona" were love songs, "I Don't Believe You" a rock and roll song played on acoustic guitar, and "It Ain't Me Babe" a rejection of the role his reputation thrust at him.

That summer Bob Dylan made history by performing his first electric set (since his high school days) with a pickup group drawn mostly from the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, i. e. Mike Bloomfield, guitar, Sam Lay, drums, Jerome Arnold, bass, plus Al Kooper, organ and Barry Goldberg, piano, at the Newport Folk Festival. Dylan had appeared at Newport twice before in 1963 and 1964, and two wildly divergent accounts of the crowd's response in 1965 emerged. The settled fact is that Dylan, met with a mix of cheering and booing, left the stage after only three songs. As one version of the legend has it, the boos were from the outraged folk fans Dylan alienated by his electric guitar. An alternative account has it that audience members were upset by poor sound quality and a surprisingly short set. Whatever sparked the crowd's disfavor, Dylan soon reemerged and sang two much better received solo acoustic numbers, "It's All over Now, Baby Blue" and "Mr.

While Dylan and the Hawks met increasingly receptive audiences on tour, their studio efforts floundered. Producer Bob Johnston had been trying to persuade Dylan to record in Nashville for some time. In February 1966 Dylan agreed and Johnston surrounded him with a cadre of top-notch session men. At Dylan's insistence, Robertson and Kooper came down from New York City to play on the sessions. The Nashville sessions created what Dylan later called "that thin wild mercury sound" - Blonde on Blonde (1966.)

http://www.expectingrain.com Bob Dylan - Expecting Rain
Theme Time playlists BBC signs Bob Dylan show White Man Stew bt Files This week: 31 Tennessee Next: Moon

http://my.execpc.com/~billp61/dates.html Bob Dylan - Bob Links - 2006 Tour Guide
This page is dedicated to providing Bob Dylan concert information and links to other Bob Dylan related sites.

Wanted - 8mm, 16mm film of Bob Dylan from 1941 - 1978 (concert or offstage). Also looking for Bob Dylan concert posters from the 1960s, early photographs 1941 - 1969 and audio tapes of his shows from the 1960s. Willing to buy or trade.

Bob Dylan 2006 Tour Guide A unique poster listing the name of the venue will be sold at each show. Posters will be limited to several hundred per show and they should become highly collectible.

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001168 Bob Dylan
No Direction Home: Bob Dylan (2005) (writer: 'Like a Rolling Stone', 'Little Richard', 'When I Got Troubles', 'Teen Love Serenade', 'Mr.
'Unplugged' (1episode, 1994) . . . aka MTV Unplugged - Bob Dylan (1994) TVEpisode
No Direction Home: Bob Dylan (2005) . . . .
Bob Dylan: 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration (1993) (TV) . . . .

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