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Bob Dylan: A Select Bibliography

Compiled by Joseph C. Hickerson
Publication Date: December 1970

Allen, Jim. "Dylan: Folk Meets Rock." Folksay, volume 1, 1966-1967, pp. 8-13.

Belz, Carl. The Story of Rock. New York: Oxford University Press, 1969. "Bob Dylan," pp. 157-168.

Cannon, Geoffrey. "Bob Zimmerman." In The Age of Rock: 2, edited by Jonathan Eisen, New York: Random House, 1970, pp. 79-82.

Castin, Sam and Daniel Kramer. "Folk Rock's Tambourine Man: Bob Dylan." Look, volume 30, number 5, March 8, 1966, pp. 76-82.

Clepper, P.M. "Dylan's Fortune." This Week Magazine, March 27, 1966, pp. 7-8.

Cohen, John. "Conversations with Bob Dylan." Sing Out!, volume 18, number 4, October-November 1968, pp. 6-23, 67.

Cohn, Nik. Rock from the Beginning. New York: Stein and Day, 1969. "Bob Dylan," pp.184-190.

Denisoff, R. Serge. "Dylan: Hero or Villian." Broadside, number 58, May 15, 1965, p. [15].

"Folk-Rock: Folk Music, Protest, or Commercialism?" Journal of Popular Culture, volume 3, number 2, Fall 1969, pp. 214-230.

DeTurk, David A. and A. Poulin, Jr. "I Will Show You Fear in a Handful of Songs." In The American Folk Scene: Dimensions of the Folksong Revival, New York: Dell Publishing Co. 1967, pp. 270-279.

Dunson, Josh. Freedom in the Air: Song Movements of the Sixties. New York: International Publishers, 1965. "Bob Dylan," pp.81-86.

Dylan, Bob. Another Side of Bob Dylan. New York: M. Witmark, 1964.

Approximately Complete Works. Amsterdam (?): Thomas Rap Publishers, 1969 (?).

Blonde on Blonde. New York: B. Dylan Words and Music Co., 1966.

"Blowin' in the Wind." Hootenanny, volume 1, number 1, December 1963, pp. 18-19; number 2, March 1964, p. 26.

Bob Dylan: A Collection. New York: M. Witmark, 1966.

Bob Dylan Himself: His Words, His Music. New York: Leeds Music, 1965.

Bob Dylan Song Book. New York: M. Witmark, 1965.

Bob Dylan: The Original. New York: Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Music, 1968.

Bringing It All Back Home. New York: M. Witmark, 1965.

Don't Look Back. New York: M. Witmark, 1967.

The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. New York: M. Witmark, 1963.

Highway 61 Revisited. New York: M. Witmark, 1965.

John Wesley Harding. New York: B. Dylan Words and Music Co., 1968.

Nashville Skyline. New York: B. Dylan Words and Music Co., 1969.

The Times They Are A-Changin'. New York: M. Witmark, 1964.

Ephron, Nora, and Susan Emiston. "Bob Dylan Interview." In The Age of Rock: 2, edited by Jonathan Eisen, New York: Random House, 1970, pp. 63-71.

Ewen, David. Great Men of American Popular Song. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1970. "Songs of Protest: Bob Dylan," pp. 347-361.

Farina, Richard. "Baez and Dylan: A Generation Singing Out." Mademoiselle, volume 59, number 4, August 1964, pp. 242, 338-339, 342. Reprinted in The American Folk Scene, edited by David A. DeTurk and A. Poulin, Jr., New York: Dell Publishing Co., 1967, pp.250-258. Also reprinted in The Age of Rock, edited by Jonathan Eisen, New York: Random House, 1969, pp. 200-207.

Gleason, Ralph. "Bob Dylan: Poet to a Generation." Jazz and Pop, volume 7, number 12, December 1968, pp. 36-37.

"The Children's Crusade." Ramparts, volume 4, number 11, March 1966, pp. 27-34.

"The Many Faces of Bob Dylan." Jazz and Pop, volume 6, number 10, October 1967, pp. 17-18.

Goldberg, Steven. "Bob Dylan and the Poetry of Salvation." Saturday Review, volume 53, number 22, May 30, 1970, pp. 43-46, 57.

Goldman, Lawrence. "Bobby Dylan: Folk-Rock Hero." Studies on the Left, volume 6, number 5, 1966, pp. 85-90. Reprinted in The Age of Rock, edited by Jonathan Eisen, New York: Random House, 1969, pp. 208-213.

Gollan, A. E. "Evolution of Bob Dylan." National Review, volume 18, June 28, 1966, pp. 638-640.

Hentoff, Nat. "The Crackin', Shakin', Breakin' Sounds." New Yorker, volume 40, number 36, October 24, 1964, pp. 64-90.

"Playboy Interview: Bob Dylan." Playboy, volume 13, number 3, March 1966. pp. 41-44, 138-142.

Kramer, Daniel. Bob Dylan. New York: Citadel Press, 1967.

Landau, Jon. "John Wesley Harding." Crawdaddy, number 15, May 1968, pp. 11-17. Reprinted in The Age of Rock, edited by Jonathan Eisen, New York: Random House, 1969, pp. 214-229.

McCombs, Larry. "The Singer-Songwriters, Part I." Sounds, volume 1, number 11, December 30, 1965, pp. [15]-[24].

Meehan, Thomas. "Public Writer No. 1?" New York Times Magazine, December 12, 1965, pp. 44-45, 130-136.

Nelson, Paul. "Don't Look Back." Sing Out!, volume 17, number 6, December-January 1967-1968, pp. 22-25.

Pankake, Jon, and Paul Nelson. "Bob Dylan." Little Sandy Review, number 22 [1962?], pp. 12-16. Reprinted in The American Folk Scene, edited by David A. DeTurk and A. Poulin, Jr., New York: Dell Publications, 1967, pp. 259-262.

Paxton, Tom. "Folk Rot." Sing Out!, volume 15, number 6, January 1966, pp. 103-104. Reprinted as part of next article.

Paxton, Tom, Henrietta Yurchenco, and Bob Dylan. "Three Views of Bob Dylan." Sounds and Fury, volume 2, number 2, April 1966, pp. 20-23. Yurchenco's portion reprinted as "In Defense of Bob Dylan" in The New Sound/Yes!, edited by Ira Peck, New York: Four Winds Press, 1966, pp. 76-87.

Radcliffe, Charles. "In Defense of Bob Dylan." Jazz Monthly, volume 11, number 6, August 1965, pp. 17-18.

Ribakove, Sy and Barbara. Folk-Rock: The Bob Dylan Story. New York: Dell Publishing Co., 1966.

Rose, Stephen C. "Bob Dylan as Theologian." Sounds, volume 1, number 10, November 22, 1965. pp. [4]-[9].

Roxon, Lillian. Rock Encyclopedia. New York: Grosset and Dunlap. 1969. "Bob Dylan," pp. 157-161.

Shaw, Arnold. The Rock Revolution. New York: Macmillan, 1969. "Bob Dylan: From Protest to Folk Rock," pp. 51-79.

Shelton, Bob. "Joan Baez and Bob Dylan: The Voice Meets the Poet." Hootenanny, volume 1, number 2, March 1964, pp. 10-11, 69-70.

Siegel, Jules. "Well, What Have We Here?" Saturday Evening Post, volume 239, number 16, July 30, 1966, pp. 32-39.

Silber, Irwin. "An Open Letter to Bob Dylan." Sing Out!, volume 14, number 5, November 1964, pp. 22-23.

Silber, Irwin, and Paul Nelson. "Topical Song: Polarization Sets In." Sing Out!, volume 16, number 1, February-March 1966, pp. 67-71. Reprinted in The American Folk Scene, edited by David A. DeTurk and A. Poulin, Jr., N.Y.: Dell Publishing Co., 1967, pp. 263-269.

Stambler, Irwin. Guitar Years: Pop Music from Country and Western to Hard Rock. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday and Co., 1970. "Dylan and the Byrds," pp. 73-83.

Stambler, Irwin and Grelun Landon. Encyclopedia of Folk, Country and Western Music. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1969. "Dylan, Bob," pp. 88-90.

Stekert, Ellen J. "Cents and Nonsense in the Urban Folksong Movement: 1930-1966." In Folklore and Society: Essays in Honor of Benj. A. Botkin, edited by Bruce Jackson, Hatboro, Penna.: Folklore Associates, 1966, pp. 153-168.

Strouse, Jean. "Bob Dylan's Gentle Anarchy." Commonweal, volume 88, number 14, June 21, 1968, pp. 406-410.

Turner, Gil. "Bob Dylan: A New Voice Singing New Songs." Sing Out!, volume 12, number 4, October-November 1962, pp. 5-10.

Weberman, Alan. "John Wesley Harding is Bob Dylan." Broadside, number 93, July-August 1968, pp. 5-10.

Welles, Chris. "The Angry Young Folk Singer." Life, volume 56, number 15, April 10, 1964, pp. 109-117.

Williams, Paul. Outlaw Blues: A Book of Rock Music. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., 1969. "Understanding Dylan," pp. 59-69.

Willis, Ellen. "The Sound of Bob Dylan." Commentary, volume 44, number 5, November 1967, pp. 71-78.

Wolfe, Paul. "The 'New' Dylan." Broadside, number 53, December 1964, pp. [10]-[13].

 

 

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