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Author Sanders, Daryl, author.

Title That thin, wild Mercury sound : Dylan, Nashville, and the making of Blonde on blonde / Daryl Sanders.

Publication Info. Chicago, Illinois : Chicago Review Press, [2019]

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Location Call No. Status
 GDL Brand Library Non-Fiction  New Shelf  782.4216 Dylan,B SAN    Available
 PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor  New Shelf  782.42164 SAN    DUE 09-24-19
1 copy being processed for GDL Brand Library Non-Fiction.
1 copy being processed for PAS Central Library On Order.
Edition First edition.
Description xvi, 240 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 213-232) and index.
Contents Part I: New York City. "I'm Bob, too" ; Airborne with the Hawks ; Meet the new drummer, same as the old drummer ; "It was the band" -- Part II: Nashville. The Nashville cats ; Hurry up and wait ; An all-nighter with the sad-eyed lady ; Nashville blues again ; Absolutely sweet music ; Quarters in the ceiling ; Sprint to the finish -- Part III: Los Angeles and beyond. Three hits and a double ; Nashville AD (after Dylan) ; A lasting legacy.
Summary "That Thin, Wild Mercury Sound is the definitive treatment of Bob Dylan's magnum opus, Blonde on Blonde, not only providing the most extensive account of the sessions that produced the trailblazing album, but also setting the record straight on much of the misinformation that has surrounded the story of how the masterpiece came to be made. Including many new details and eyewitness accounts never before published, as well as keen insight into the Nashville cats who helped Dylan reach rare artistic heights, it explores the lasting impact of rock's first double album. Based on exhaustive research and in-depth interviews with the producer, the session musicians, studio personnel, management personnel, and others, Daryl Sanders chronicles the road that took Dylan from New York to Nashville in search of 'that thin, wild mercury sound.' As Dylan told Playboy in 1978, the closest he ever came to capturing that sound was during the Blonde on Blonde sessions, where the voice of a generation was backed by musicians of the highest order"--Dust jacket flap.
Subject Dylan, Bob, 1941- Blonde on blonde.
Singers -- United States -- Biography.
ISBN 9781613735473 (cloth) $26.99
1613735472 (cloth) $26.99
9781613735480 (Pdf)
9781613735497 (Mobipocket)
9781613735503 (Epub)

 
    
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