Add to basket BOB DYLAN: UNDER REVIEW 1941 - 1966

Synopsis

Bob Dylan is without doubt one of the defining artists of the 20th Century and this is a chronicle of his first 25 years. From Bob Dylan's schooldays we talk to people including his English teacher and the guitarist from his first schoolboy band. We follow his progress through his rebel days in college in Minneapolis to his phenomenal development in the burgeoning Folk clubs of New York's Greenwich Village. We continue this in-depth journey through Bob Dylan's golden age to the iconic status he gained in the mid-1960s thanks to classic albums such as Highway 61 Revisited and Blonde on Blonde. We talk to British Folk legend Martin Carthy, charismatic 1966 world tour drummer Mickey Jones, biographers Clinton Heylin and CP Lee and ISIS editor-in-chief Derek Barker. This story of unparalleled musical achievements culminates with Bob Dylan's infamous 1966 motorcycle accident. This documentary features over 80 minutes of in-depth interviews from more than a dozen contributors, rare photographs of Dylan from private archives, and rare film footage. This unauthorised biography of Bob Dylan is produced in association with esteemed Dylan fanzine ISIS.

Extra Features

  • Bob Dylan discography
  • ISIS Magazine overview

Cast

  • Bob Dylan

Directors

  • -
  • No. discs 1
  • Running time 85 min
  • Audio format 2.0
  • Region ALL
  • Format NTSC
  • Color COLOUR
  • Language English
  • Catalogue No. DAVID1790
  • Aspect ratio 4:3
  • Subtitles -
  • PG


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