New Bob Dylan Album Due This April
09 Mar 2009
A new ‘surprise’ album from Bob Dylan is on its way according to Rolling stone magazine. The disc purportedly contains ten new tracks and follows the same live-studio feel of Modern Times. Dylan is said to have been inspired after writing for the Edith Piaf biopic, La Vie en Rose, in 2007. It follows on from his Album of the Year 2008, Tell Tale Signs.
Bob Dylan’s place in the history of modern music is assured and no better recorded than in the Genesis titles he has inspired; from Early Dylan by Barry Feinstein to Dylan In Woodstock by Elliott Landy and the award-winning THIN WILD MERCURY
by Jerry Schatzberg. Each is hand-signed, features previously unpublished photographs and text and is one of a limited edition. Click here
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Main image from DYLAN IN WOODSTOCK:
“My pictures are the only ones that capture this period of love in his life. His art continued but his career took second place to his home life. People in those days looked up to him as a leader because of the profound wisdom in his songs. As far as I am concerned, there was also great wisdom in the way he was living his personal life.” Elliott Landy
Outside Landy's place © Elliott Landy