Invisible Republic: Bob Dylan’s Basement Tapes


Out of a house called Big Pink came music that remains as seductive and baffling today as it was over thirty years ago. ‘Marcus’s contention is that there can be found in American folk a community as deep, as electric, as perverse and as conflicted as all America, and that the songs Dylan recorded out of the public eye, in a basement in Woodstock with the group who would later become The Band, are where that community as a whole gets to speak …Books this good should be burnt’ Mark Sinker, Wire ‘We owe God a death, and Greil Marcus owed all God’s children a lifework on Bob Dylan.

Publisher: Picador

Date Published: 1997

Book Condition: Very good soft cover with minor some cover edge wear and creasing to cover and several top page corners – some mild foxing to page edges – otherwise a tight, clean and unmarked copy

ISBN: 033033624X

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