Dylan's songs defined a generation, and Andy Gill assesses his groundbreaking 1960's hits. Tracing the artist's progress from tyro folkie to protest singer and beyond, Gill examines Dylan's symbolist lyrics; controversial shift from acoustic to electric; and surprising embrace of country music.
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A long-standing contributor to most leading UK music journals, Andy Gill is the rock critic of The Independent and writes for several magazines including Q, Mojo and Maxim. His work has also appeared in periodicals as far afield as Germany, Australia and America.
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