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One More Night: Bob Dylan's Never Ending Tour (English Edition) von [Muir, Andrew]
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What Dylan fans call ‘The Never Ending Tour’ celebrated its 25th anniversary on June 7th 2013. Its time span already represents almost half of Dylan’s entire career and totals over 2,500 shows. Highly respected Dylan expert Andrew Muir documents the ups and downs of this unprecedented trek. Muir analyses and assesses Dylan's performances over the years, with special focus on many memorable shows. One More Night traces what it all means both in terms of Dylan’s artistic career and in the lives of the dedicated Dylan followers who collect recordings of every show and regularly cross the globe to catch up with the latest leg. Muir also includes the funny and affecting story of his own unforgettable meeting with Dylan. One More Night is part rock criticism, part cultural analysis, part scrutiny of fandom and paints a telling portrait of the Never Ending Tour and its importance in Dylan’s career.

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Andrew Muir has written two previous books on Bob Dylan ("Razor's Edge" and "Troubadour") as well as editing the fondly remembered fanzine, "Homer, the slut" in the 1990s and the Dylan quarterly, "Judas!" in the 2000s. Andrew has also written extensively for a number of other Dylan fanzines and has appeared in broadsheets and on TV and radio being interviewed about Dylan during the last twenty years. He has also written CD liner notes for Bruce Springsteen releases and plotted and story-boarded a DVD on Springsteen's influences. Andrew is currently working on a book on connections between William Shakespeare and Cambridge.


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12 von 12 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Muir Delivers 9. September 2013
Von CS - Veröffentlicht auf
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The book was fantastic, covering a less-documented portion of Dylan's career. It concerns the years 1988 - 2011, with brief notes on those years immediately preceding and following that period. Written from a fan's perspective, it is in a largely editorial format, so don't expect a lot of "objective" artistic criticism; the author makes no pretenses about the fact that his view is subjective and informed by his own experiences. His openness in this regard is actually illuminating, acting as a brief introduction to the circumstances that can make two listeners hear one performance in two completely different ways. Unfortunately, this leads to the years 2005 - 2009 receiving significantly less attention. Even so, this book comes highly recommended for fans of the Never-Ending Tour.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen On The Road Again (and Again and Again and....) 23. März 2014
Von J. Brennan - Veröffentlicht auf
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This book reminds me a bit of the ones by the late, great Paul Williams. Less poetic, flowery and theoretical but similar in its ability to put you right in the middle of the action as Bob Dylan makes his way around the world, year after year, concert after concert. Andrew Muir has written a book that deserves to be on the bookshelf (or e-book reader) of any Bob fan. I had a special thrill in one chapter describing Bob's week-long residency at the Beacon Theater in New York, 1989. I've only seen Bob five times in concert, and two of those shows were during that week at the Beacon. Muir describes the first and last nights - and those were the ones I was at. Famous is the moment at the end of the final concert, when Bob jumped offstage and out a fire exit onto the streets of New York CIty. I was in the third row that night, and that strange, unexpected moment is one of my favorite Dylan memories. But I digress - the book is very good, and worth it just for the wonderful story in the appendix of the time the author actually met Bob at a diner.
5.0 von 5 Sternen THE BOOK on Dylan's NET 17. Juni 2017
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This is an excellent piece of scholarship. Muir is THE AUTHORITY on Dylan's Never Ending Tour (NET) and this book is the best available resource on that increasingly important portion of Dylan's long and storied career. Although written from the perspective of a fan, Muir is fair in his appraisals of the the highs and lows of the NET. Maybe you had the good fortune of attending one of the many shows Muir singles out for special attention in this book. Even if you didn't, you'll leave with a clear and accurate understanding of how those shows fit into the arc of the NET, Dylan's performing art, and overall career. A highlight is the fascinating account of the afternoon when the author met the artist.
1.0 von 5 Sternen boring 29. Oktober 2015
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Awful book. What particularly irked me was that there was no actual research whatsoever into the band, we could have used lots more information about who was playing on the tour. It's an endless repetition of setlists. I agree with the earlier reviewer who said the idol worship of the author borders on the insane...the section at the end where he describes the overwhelming feelings going through his body as he meets Dylan in a restaurant are actually a bit frightening. If I was Bob, I'd steer clear of this guy for sure. I met Bob once, shook his hand after a concert has he was getting ready to board his bus. There was a crowd of us and he was very gracious, signed autographs, chatted with us for a bit. I joked for a while afterwords that he looked like someone who had just crawled out of an ashtray. That still makes me laugh. I love the guy, but I went on my merry way...this guy reacts like he had met God himself. I don't want to be too demeaning though. The Bob fanatics out there might get a kick out of it.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen A disappointment 24. Juni 2014
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I eagerly looked forward to reading this book and devoured the first couple of chapters. However, as I continued, boredom set in quickly. The chapters are all very repetitive. If you pick three chapters at random you'll have the essence of the book. Further, the book suffers from very poor editing. The author is not a great writer, but good editing could have fixed that. It also would have fixed the numerous grammatical errors and poor sentence structure. Finally, the author's idol worship of Dylan is immature and borders on the insane. It also got to be a bit much after the third chapter.
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