A Expert Look at Dylan's Bootlegs

(PR) Music journalist and culture critic Greil Marcus is best known for shedding new light onto rock music by referencing its impact in a broader spectrum of culture and politics. In 1997, he analyzed Bob Dylan bootlegs and dove into the subconscious of America in Invisible Republic: Bob Dylan's Basement Tapes.

This week on the Barnes & Noble Review, Marcus reviews Tell Tale Signs, the newest installment of rare and unreleased Dylan bootlegs from 1989-2006:

"The music Bob Dylan has made since 1992 has been based in a hunch that there is a body of American song, or an American ethos of expression, that is a constant. It's a scattered form that in words and metaphors, riffs and moans, hesitations and shouts, can always be rediscovered, and can rediscover and renew whoever remembers it, as if one can not only speak but listen in tongues."

You can find out just how much Dylan you've been missing by checking Marcus' review - here

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