When the times they were a-changin', Bob Dylan became the counterculture's most revered hero. He's won countless awards, including a Pulitzer Prize, several Grammys®, a Golden Globe®, and an Oscar®. This beautiful book traces Dylan's path from Minnesota to Greenwich Village to worldwide fame, illuminating his groundbreaking impact as never before. Filled with stunning photos, it's an essential history for music fans.
Brian Southall began writing about pop music in the 1960s on a local newspaper before graduating to the likes of Melody Maker and Disc. He then pursued a 30-year career in the record business working for A&M, Tamla Motown, EMI, and Warner Music. His first book—Abbey Road: The Story of the World's Most Famous Recording Studios (Omnibus Press)—was published in 1982 and since then he has written The A-Z of Record Labels (Sanctuary Publishing); The Sex Pistols 90 Days at EMI (Omnibus Press), Northern Songs (Omnibus Press); If You Don't Know Me By Now (Carlton Books); Pop Goes To Court (Omnibus Press); and most recently The Rise & Fall of EMI (Omnibus Press).