Rolling Thunder: Con Bob Dylan En La Carretera PDF

Rolling Thunder: Con Bob Dylan En La Carretera

August 10, 2020

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In the fall of 1975, Bob Dylan and his Rolling Thunder Revue-a show that Dylan had projected as a mix of happening and traveling circus-toured twenty-two cities in the northeastern United States. The arrest of boxer Hurricane Carter, apparently for racist reasons, was the trigger for this tour, which began with improvised concerts in small venues in New England. Faced with the perplexity of a provincial audience, a band made up of world-renowned musicians reinvented the American musical tradition, poets recited their verses and all the participants took to the stage in disguise, while the hand-held cameras did not lose detail. There were Joni Mitchell, T-Bone Burnett, Allen Ginsberg, Mick Ronson, Joan Baez, Arlo Guthrie, RamblinJack Elliot, Roger McGuinn and Muhammad Ali. And Sam Shepard was also there to write the script of a Felsin and surrealist film that would come out of the tour itself. That script did not materialize, but Shepard was writing the chronicle of that trip, a logbook of the Rolling Thunder Revue and life on the road. In this itinerant setting and in this book Jewish and Mexican reminiscences are interspersed with English poetry, cowboy-slang with Indian myths (hence ...

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