Bob Dylan’s new collection of essays portrays him as a cranky, obnoxious old man with views that would put anyone else off.

He worked in an itinerant carnival for six years after dropping out of school. His next job was as a sex worker in a Manhattan suburb, where he sometimes made “really a hundred a night, from 4 p.m. until 3 or 4 a.m.,” he said. in an interview in the mid-1960s. “I almost died.” In 1966, he nearly died in a motorcycle accident that caused him to disappear from public life. He also has a heroin habit in New York.

most of the above is Bob Dylan’s lies about himself. He is a master at distracting the world. So no big surprise perhaps Philosophy of modern song has very little philosophy and lacks all modernity. It includes 66 highly impressive essays on songs he seems to like, from Elvis Costello’s. Pump it up by Frank Sinatra Strangers in the Night.

https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/books/book-reviews/bob-dylans-new-essay-collection-paints-him-as-a-misanthropic-cranky-old-man-with-views-that-would-get-anyone-else-cancelled-42154608.html Bob Dylan’s new collection of essays portrays him as a cranky, obnoxious old man with views that would put anyone else off.

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