Bob Dylan

Lives Of The Saints
October 31, 1988

Understanding the Beatles and Beatlemania.

In Strange Company
April 21, 1982

Has Niebuhr-mania gone too far?

The 60's
August 20, 1977

In writing not a few studies of literary history, I haven't said much about the new generation of the 1960s. There is a reason for the oversight. I like to write about situations that I have known at first hand, whereas from 1963 to 1973, the years when the Love Generation flowered and faded, I was a detached observer, a deaf man gardening in the country and writing about books.

A Cut Above
April 05, 1975

“Blood on the Tracks” by Bob Dylan (Columbia Records; $6.98) Despite the blood he finds in his history and ours, despite the undistinguished music backing him, Dylan, his imagination and his voice are all in control again as they haven’t been so fully since “Blonde on Blonde” in 1966. And we can therefore expect “Blood on the Tracks” to flash the shape of the ‘70s as richly as his electric albums of the mid-‘60s voiced their own weird and wired days.

W. T. Lhamon Jr. on Rock
March 02, 1974

How do the Rolling Stones fit into American culture?

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