When the times they were a-changin', Bob Dylan became one of the counterculture's most revered heroes.
He's won countless awards, including a Pulitzer Prize, Grammys® a Golden Globe® and an Oscar®.
This beautifully slipcased Treasures volume tells his story as never before, following Dylan from Minnesota to New York's Greenwich Village to worldwide fame; stunning photos and unique removable facsimile memorabilia make this an essential history for all music fans.
About the Author
Brian Southall wrote about pop music for Melody Maker and Disc before pursuing a 30-year career in the record business working for A&M, Tamla Motown, EMI and Warner Music.
His first book--the official history of Abbey Road Studios--was published in 1982 and since then he has written The A-Z of Record Labels; The Sex Pistols: 90 Days at EMI, Northern Songs: The True Story of the Beatles Song Publishing Empire; If You Don't Know Me By Now: The Official Story of Simply Red; Pop Goes To Court: Rock 'n' Pop's Greatest Court Battles; and most recently, The Rise & Fall of EMI Records.
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