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After The Crash: Bob Dylan 1966 - 1978


07/11/06
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(PR) MVD and Chrome Dreams are pleased to announce the home viewing release of After The Crash: Bob Dylan 1966 - 1978 for U.S. distribution on DVD August 29, 2006. After The Crash: Bob Dylan 1966 - 1978 mixes historic footage with review and criticism from experts, friends, fellow musicians who played with Bob, and even the odd enemy. It covers the history of Bob's 'middle period', from his still controversial motorcycle accident through to his conversion to born again Christianity.

Once again, this film is produced in collaboration with Isis Magazine, the world's best selling and most respected Dylan journal. Writers and critics Clinton Heylin, NigelWilliamson, Patrick Humphries and Derek Barker offer their thoughts on the records and other projects completed by Dylan across this period; Jacques Levy, in his final interview, discusses his work with Bob on the Desire album; musicians Rob Cornelius, Bruce Langhorne, Eric Weissberg, Kevin Odegard, Rob Stoner and Scarlet Riviera all talk of their experiences working with Bob Dylan in the studio and on the road, and this is just the beginning.

Extra features include the "Interactive Bob Dylan Discography", the comprehensive Isis bootleg selection, the complete 1971 Weberman tapes (the full recordings of telephone conversations between Dylan and Weberman, surreptitiously recorded by AJ) and selective 'Beyond DVD' section. Features Rare Performances of these Bob Dylan Classics: Just Like A Woman * She Belongs To Me * Girl From The North Country [with Johnny Cash] * Baby Let Me Follow You Down [with The Band] * Simple Twist Of Fate * Many others…

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