Invisible Republic: Bob Dylan's Basement Tapes


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Out of a house called Big Pink came music that remains as seductive and baffling today as it was over thirty years ago. `Marcus's contention is that there can be found in American folk a community as deep, as electric, as perverse and as conflicted as all America, and that the songs Dylan recorded out of the public eye, in a basement in Woodstock with the group who would later become The Band, are where that community as a whole gets to speak . . . Books this good should be burnt' Mark Sinker, Wire `We owe God a death, ...

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Jan 31, 2008


Absolutely brilliant exploration of dylan's music in relation to a particular culture in this country -- the redbrick, scruffy underside of America.

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