Not surprisingly, Bob Dylan´s best-selling autobiography Chronicles, Volume 1 is full of fascinating insights. Into life in New York in the early 1960s. Into Dylan´s ambitions as a young singer. And into a world that was about to undergo a social, political and cultural revolution. One of the best insights, however, comes not from Dylan himself but from his father. This is how Dylan describes him: "My father had his own way of looking at things. To him life was hard work. He´d come from a generation of different values, heroes and music, and...
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