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The Chimes of Freedom: Bob Dylan

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Title: The Chimes of Freedom: Bob Dylan
Authors: Karelitz, Raymond
Issue Date: 15 Jan 2014
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: In the summer of 1963, Bob Dylan first appears on television before millions of people who have never heard him nor heard of him previously. The future of this performer is legendary: He becomes a speaker for millions of dissatisfied people of the l960’s. “I was completely taken by what this man had done and how he had done it,” Daniel Kramer mentions. “His performance was perfect. With simple, basic tools--his voice, a guitar, and a harmonica--he drove his message deep into my mind.” Dylan's "message" is "freedom,” a possession which he prides for all Man. Unlike the common hits of the time which Kramer terms meaningless as far as their statements were concerned,” Dylan’s songs are very meaningful, concerned works.
Pages/Duration: xii, 96 pages
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