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Book: Bob Dylan

Chapter: Traditions

DOI: 10.1558/equinox.21907


This chapter is about the most significant musical traditions through which Dylan has moved, the sounds he has inhabited and used to shape his songs – blues, country and folk. The author starts, however, with a brief detour through the legacies of childhood.

Chapter Contributors

  • Keith Negus ( - book-auth-34) 'University of London'