Heart Is Not Weary – Bob Dylan 2001
6 NEW BOOKS
7 REFERENCES & SOURCES
Selections from the never-ever-ending flood of
new Dylan books:
Barker (ed.): Isis – A Bob Dylan Anthology
Helter Skelter. Hardback 256 pages.
sixteen years of Dylan writing in the Isis magazine. Chronologically arranged
articles, some new for this book. Highly enjoyable!
Gibbens: The Nightingale's Code. A Poetic Study of Bob Dylan.
Softcover 368 pages.
This book investigates the things that have influenced Dylan in writing his
songs and tries to establish links between his songs.
Hajdu: Positively 4th Street – The Lives and Times of Joan Baez,
Bob Dylan, Mimi Baez Fariña and Richard Fariña.
& Giroux. Hardback 328 pages.
tale about two sisters and their lovers.
Kokay: Bob Dylan / The Band. A collector's guide to the 74 tour.
2000. 70 pages.
Set lists for all the 1974 tour concerts with The Band. Lots of details and
an index to performed songs and bootlegs.
Kokay: Songs Of The Underground. Rolling Thunder Revue
A collector's guide to the Rolling Thunder Revue 1975-1976.
2000. 160 pages.
Set lists for all the Rolling Thunder Revue concerts with lots of details and
index to performed songs, videos and bootlegs.
Muir: Razor's Edge: Bob Dylan & the Never Ending Tour
appendix with statistics from the Never Ending tour by Olöf (sic) Björner.
Hardback 224 pages.
account of the Never Ending Tour, including the hilarious tale of the
author's meeting with His Bobness in Camden, London, a classic piece of Dylan
Murphy: Bob Dylan The Concerts The 60s
Notes on Bob
Dylan's concerts in the 60s with index, statistical analysis and composer
Murphy: Bob Dylan The Concerts The 70s
Notes on Bob
Dylan's concerts in the 70s with index, statistical analysis and composer
Sounes: Down The Highway. The Life Of Bob Dylan
2001. Hardback 527 pages.
A new biography by the English journalist Howard Sounes who manage to uncover
the details about Dylan's marriage to Carolyn Dennis.
Stavrou: A Vinyl Headstone Almost In Place
2001. Double-sided, loose-leafed, A4-format, 530 pages.
The author sets out to document every, and I mean every, vinyl Bob
Dylan bootleg ever made!
Thompson & David Gutman (ed): The Bob Dylan Companion – Updated and
reprint of the 1990 edition with five new selections, and an updated
Wyvill and John Wraith: Passing Through. Bob Dylan's 2000 Concerts.
Two Riders, 2001. 62 pages.
Concert listings and comments plus a lot of pictures.
REFERENCES & SOURCES
The Wicked Messenger column in Isis
Karl Erik Andersen's fabulous Expecting Rain page:
Bill Pagel's excellent tour
reports on his Bob Links page:
Articles and columns in The Bridge 2001.
The tape/CD-R collection of The Dylan Stockholm Society.
Love, Death and the Tolling: The Hemingway Influence in Bon Dylan’s
“Love and Theft” by D. A.Carpenter, Isis #140, page
“Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum” – “All that and more and the some” by Christopher Rollason, The Bridge #16, page 18.
“Po” Boy, dressed in black – Bob Dylan’s “Love and Theft” and the
art of Blackface Minstrelsy by Richard Jobes, Judas
#3, page 29.
Things Come Alive by Nigel Hinton, Judas
#1, page 44.
I would like very much to thank Sven Erick Alm
for proofreading and valuable suggestions.