This month has seen the release of The Basement Tapes Complete, which is volume eleven and the latest instalment of the Bob Dylan Bootleg Series. And, despite being a chapter of Dylan Thomas’ life work that is critically acclaimed (in his review for American Songwriter, Jim Beviglia wrote, ‘Music fans having access to the complete […]
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A Happy Pessimist? An Interview with John Barnie

Robert Minhinnick

PUBLISHED ON: 01/11/16

CATEGORY: Interview

Robert Minhinnick interviews John Barnie on his life and latest poetry collection. Your latest poetry collection, from 2016, ‘Wind Playing with a Man’ …

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Jumpin’ Jack Flash: David Litvinoff and the Rock ’n’ Roll Underworld

Liz Jones

PUBLISHED ON: 01/07/16


Faithfull, Clapton and Lyn Ebenezer are among sources for this extensively researched and gripping biography of a shapeshifting zeitgeist flaneur who …

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The Captain’s Tower, Seventy Poets Celebrate Bob Dylan at Seventy

Barrie Llewelyn

PUBLISHED ON: 06/08/11


I jumped at the chance to review The Captain’s Tower: Seventy Poets Celebrate Bob Dylan at Seventy (edited by Phil Bowen, Damian Furniss and David Woo …

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