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BOB DYLAN, THE MAN & HIS MUSIC [our title]:; A collection of sixty (60) songbooks, ephemera, and other printed matter relating to Bob Dylan's music and career
v.p.: v.p., v.d.. First Edition. Original Wrappers. Very Good. Mostly first or only editions. All in original bindings and formats, and in very good condition. Priced as a collection. CONTENTS: [1] Blowin.sheet music. BLOWIN' IN THE WIND. Words and Music by Bob Dylan. Recorded on Warner Bros. Record #WB5368 [by] Peter, Paul and Mary. NY M. Witmark & Sons 1963., 1963. Clear tape along spine; contents in very good condition. 12" x 9" 4pp Contains lyric, music and chord symbols. In part: "How many roads must a man walk down before you call him a man? Yes,'n' How many seas must a white dove sail before she sleeps in the sand?." This song, considered by some to be the national anthem of Dylan's generation, was first published in May 1962, in Broadside magazine, although its fame was delayed until the Peter, Paul & Mary recording in 1963 which sold 300,000 copies within the first two weeks of its release. Illustrated by Peter, Paul & Mary on cover. 1st PP&M Edn. Binding is original wraps. Soft cover. [2] Club 47. Broadside: CLUB 47 INC. CHILDREN'S SERIES, SATURDAYS 2:30, DONATION $1.00. January 8, Guy Carawan; January 15, The Beers Family; January 22, The Cambridge Quintet; January 24, Dudley Laufman & The Canterbury Country Orch.; February 5, Happy Traum; February 12, Margaret MacArthur; February 19, Sandy & Caroline Paton. 47 Palmer Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA: Club 47 , 1966. Original edition. Broadside, one page, 14" x 8.5", printed in black ink on tan stock, incorporating six vignettes. Small chip from top edge without text loss. "The Club 47 once was a coffee house in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Although it was only open ten years (January,1958 to April, 1968) and seated only about 80 people, it became the flagship of the Boston area's coffee house armada and one of the centers of the 1960s folk music revival. It hosted many of the heroes of traditional music: Appalachian dulcimer players, Cowboy singers and storytellers, Delta blues men and women, gospel groups, Celtic artists, jug bands, bluegrass bands... legendary artists from around the globe. You could also hear new voices at the Club 47 ... the young Joan Baez trying out a Child ballad for the first time, or that new kid, Bob Dylan, up from New York, testing the crowd's reaction to some new lyrics set to an old melody. Judy Collins, Richie Havens, Van Morrison, Eric Anderson, Tom Paxton, John Hammond, Tom Rush and a host of others came to that tiny room, and learned...." (Tom Rush). Near Fine. This is an original broadside, not a cheap, modern reprint. On the back are on-the-spot, blue-ink sketches of folk musicians, drawn and signed by artist/sculptor Jonathan Shahn. Jon was in the Boston folk-revival scene back in the early '60s, and he often used the versos of handouts and broadsides for his sketches. Jon worked at Club 47, part-time as the dishwasher and part-time as a musician. [3] Cunningham, Agnes "Sis" and Gordon Friesen. RED DUST AND BROADSIDES: A Joint Autobiography. Edited by Ronald D. Cohen. Foreword by Pete Seeger. Amherst: UMass Press, 1999. First Edition. ISBN: 1558492097. pp: xiv, 371 with index; text illus from photographs. 9" x 6" Fine. Pictorial Paper Covers. Sis Cunningham and Gordon Friesen edited the folk-revival newsletter, "Broadside," and were first to publish the early songs of Bob Dylan, Janis Ian, Phil Ochs, Tom Paxton, and others, along with songs by Malvina Reynolds, Pete Seeger, and other established folkies. [ 4] Cunningham, Sis (Agnes), editor. BROADSIDE #02 National Topical Song Quarterly. NY: Broadside Magazine, March 1962. First edition. Original sheets, side-stapled; 10pp; text illus from drawings. Original songs in this issue: One Man's Hands, by Alex Comfort and Pete Seeger; The Birch Society, by Malvina Reynolds; Duffy Square, by D. Brooks; Plain Bill Brown, by Ernest Marrs; and Bill Wolff's new words to two traditional songs. The editor's notes call for hootenannies or hootenparties devoted solely to topical songs to raise money to support Broadside. In notes about the authors of songs in Broadside #1, she states: "Bob Dylan is a new young songwriter and singer out of New Mexico; his first Columbia album is to be out soon...." 11" x 8.5" Near Fine. Self-wrappers. [5] Cunningham, Sis (Agnes), editor. BROADSIDE #03 National Topical Song Quarterly. NY: Broadside Magazine , April 1962. First edition. Original sheets, side-stapled; 8pp; text illus from drawing. Original songs in this issue: I Can See A New Day, by Les Rice; Freedom, Freedom Rider, by Marilyn Eisenberg; I Will Not Go Down Under The Ground, by Bob Dylan; The Flowers Of Peace, words by Pete Seeger, trad tune; Ding Dong Dollar & We Dinna Want Polaris, words by Glasgow Song Guild, trad tunes. The editor notes that Marilyn Eisenberg was a freedom rider who spent a month and a half in jail in Parchman, Mississippi....Bob Dylan's first album for Columbia was released....Pete Seeger is turning out quite a few songs these days....Broadside has hootenannies scheduled for NYC and San Francisco..., etc. 11" x 8.5" Near Fine. Self-wrappers. [6] Dylan, Bob. 12 BOB DYLAN HITS FOR SIX AND TWELVE STRING GUITARS: Playable as Solos, Duets, Trios. Arranged by Roger Edison. NY M. Witmark & Sons (1966)., 1966. 1st Edition. Pictorial paper covers and contents in very good condition. 12" x 9" 28pp Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and stroke marks for 12 Bob Dylan songs. Includes: Blowin' in the Wind; A Hard Rain's A Gonna Fall; It Ain't Me, Babe; Mr. Tambourine Man; With God on Our Side; and seven more. Illustrated by photo on illustrated cover. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. Soft cover. [ 7] Dylan, Bob. BOB DYLAN. NY Warner Bros. 1974., 1974. 1st Edition. Stiff paper covers and contents near fine condition. 12" x 9" 180pp Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and frames for 71 songs written by Bob Dylan in the early years of his career. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. Soft cover. [8] Dylan, Bob. BOB DYLAN [American concert programme]. Hollywood: Kosh & Co. , 1978. First Edition. 28pp; many illus from photographs, some in color. 14" x 11" Fine. Pictorial Paper Covers. This is the big, glossy programme that was sold at the American concerts in 1978. Most of the photographs, naturally, are of Dylan and of some of his album covers. The extensive text is by various individuals, interviewing Dylan and assessing his work at different stages of his career. [9] Dylan, Bob. BOB DYLAN BIOGRAPH. NY: CBS, 1985. First Edition. 35pp; text illus from photographs. Laid into this colorful presentation of Dylan's early career are ten pages of printed notes on individual songs that he wrote. Probably accompanied a vinyl album. 12" x 12" Very Good. Soft Cover. [10] Dylan, Bob. THE BOB DYLAN COLLECTION. NY: Amsco, 1990. First Edition. 96pp. Contains words, music, chord symbols and frames for 23 Dylan songs, including: All Along the Watchtower; Idiot Wind; Knockin' on Heaven's Door; Lenny Bruce; Political World; Stuck Inside of Mobile; and 17 more. Prior owner's signture on first page. 12" x 9". Very Good. Pictorial wraps. [11] Dylan, Bob. THE BOB DYLAN SCRAPBOOK, 1956-1966: Companion Volume to "No Direction Home: Bob Dylan," a Martin Scorsese Picture. With text by Robert Santelli. NY: Simon & Schuster, 2005. Third printing. ISBN: 9780743228282. 64pp; illus from rare photographs, song lyrics, concert tickets, and other memorabilia from Dylan's years as a folkie. A cd audio disc in a pocket contains excerpts from interviews with Dylan during those early years, and the sound track of his performance at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival. Bound in pictorial boards, and in the original pictorial slipcase. 10.75" x 10" Fine. Original Boards. [12] Dylan, Bob. BOB DYLAN: A COLLECTION. NY M. Witmark & Sons (1966)., 1966. 1st Edition. Few signs of light use, else in very good condition. 11" x 8.5" (65)pp Contains lyrics, melody lines, piano accompaniment, guitar chords and frames to 23 Dylan songs. Titles include: Bob Dylan's Blues; Hero Blues; Let Me Die in My Footsteps; Outlaw Blues; Rocks and Gravel; and 18 more. At front is a four-page piece by Paul Williams, "Understanding Dylan.". Illustrated by 8 illus from photographs. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. Soft cover. [13] Dylan, Bob. BOB DYLAN: DESIRE--Songs of Redemption. s.l. Ram's Horn Music (1976)., 1976. 1st Edition. Light wear along spine, else in very good condition. 12" x 9" 40pp Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and frames for nine songs written and recorded by Bob Dylan. Includes: Black Diamond Bay; Hurricane; Romance in Durango; and six more. Illustrated by cover and b&w photo-illus. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. Soft cover. [14] Dylan, Bob. BOB DYLAN: DON'T LOOK BACK. All the Great Bob Dylan Songs from the Smash Documentary Movie plus... NY M. Witmark & Sons (1967)., 1967. 1st Edition. Pictorial covers and contents in very good condition. 12" x 9" 39pp Contains lyrics, melody lines, piano accompaniment, chord symbols and frames to 13 original songs. .plus never before published manuscript "Love Is Just A Four Letter Word" [in facsimile of Dylan's handwritten manuscript] as sung by Joan Baez. Titles include: Don't Think Twice, It's All Right; It's Alright Ma; Maggie's Farm; Subterranean Homesick Blues; Talkin' World War III Blues; and eight more. Illustrated by 4pp photos from the film. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. Soft cover. [ 15] Dylan, Bob. BOB DYLAN: KNOCKED OUT LOADED. Secaucus, NJ Warner Bros. 1986., 1986. 1st Edition. Pictorial paper covers and contents in fine condition. 12" x 9" 36pp Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and frames for eight songs written and performed by Bob Dylan. Includes: Brownsville Girl; They Killed Him; You Want to Ramble; and five more. Illustrated by covers and 5 photos in color. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. Soft cover. [16] Dylan, Bob. BOB DYLAN: SELF PORTRAIT. Arranged by Joe Abbe. Edited by Dan Fox. Book design by Sybil D'Orsi. NY Big Sky Music/Warner Bros. (1970)., 1970. 1st Edition. Pictorial stiff-paper covers and contents near fine condition. 12" x 9" pp: 71, (1) The cover is a full-bleed, colored self-portrait of Dylan by Dylan. Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and charts to 21 songs, including: All the Tired Horses; Blue Moon; Gotta Travel On; Little Sadie; Living the Blues; Like A Rolling Stone; Minstrel Boy; Woogie Boogie; etc. Illustrated by color and b&w photo-illus. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. Soft cover. [17] Dylan, Bob. BOB DYLAN: THE ORIGINAL. NY Warner Bros/Seven Arts Music (1968)., 1968. 1st Edition. Color-pictorial covers and contents in very good condition. 12" x 9" 48pp Contains lyrics, music, and guitar chords for 15 songs written and performed by Bob Dylan. Includes: The Death of Emmett Till; Down the Highway; John Brown; Only A Hobo; Talkin' Hava Negeilah Blues; and ten more. Illustrated by cover illus, 3 photo-illus. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. Soft cover. [18] Dylan, Bob. BOB DYLAN: TIME OUT OF MIND. NY Special Rider/Amsco (1997)., 1997. 1st Edition. Pictorial paper covers and contents in fine condition. 12" x 9" 48pp Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and frames for 11 Dylan songs. Includes: Love Sick; Dirt Road Blues; Not Dark Yet; Highlands; and seven more. Illustrated by photos on covers, one inside. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. Soft cover. [19] Dylan, Bob. BOB DYLAN'S GREATEST HITS. NY M. Witmark & Sons (1967)., 1967. 1st Edition. Pictorial paper covers and contents in very good condition. 12" x 9" 32pp Contains lyrics, melody lines, piano accompaniment, chords and frames to the 12 songs in Dylan's Greatest Hits album. Titles include: Pagan Love Song; Lovely Hula Hands; Manuela Boy; King Kamehameha; Maori Brown Eyes; Kalua Lullaby; and 23 more. Illustrated by photo-portrait on cover. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. Soft cover. [20] Dylan, Bob. CHRONICLES: Volume One. NY: Simon & Schuster, 2004. First Edition. ISBN: 0743228154. 293pp. 8.75" x 5.75" Near Fine in near fine dust-jacket. Cloth-backed boards. Volume One of Dylan's authbiography is all published to date, recalling his years in Greenwich Village, with sidetrips to New Orleans, Woodstock, Minnesota and points west. [21] Dylan, Bob. DON'T LOOK BACK: A Film and Book by D.A. Pennebaker. NY: Ballantine Books, 1968. First Edition. 160pp; illustrated by movie stills throughout text. Stated first printing. 7" x 4.25". Very Good in Very Good dust-jacket. Pictorial wraps. [22] Dylan, Bob. DYLAN ON DYLAN: The Essential Interviews. Edited by Jonathan Cott. London: Hodder, 2007. First paperback edition. ISBN: 9780340923146. pp: xv, 445. 7.75" x 5" Fine. Original Wraps. Contains 31 "significant and revealing conversations," 1962 to 2004. [23] Dylan, Bob. JOHN WESLEY HARDING: Songs from the Columbia Album (CS-9604). NY: Bob Dylan Words & Music Co., 1968. First Edition. 39pp; cover and three other illus from photographs. Contains words and music to 12 original songs, along with a full-page essay, "The Return of Bob Dylan," by Alfred G. Aronowitz; a two-page essay, "His Best Yet," by Gordon Mills from Rolling Stone; and a full-page piece, "John Wesley Harding," written by Bob Dylan. Song titles include: As I Went Out One Morning; The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest; I Am A Lonesome Hobo; I Pity the Poor Immigrant; I'll Be Your Baby Tonight; and seven more. 12" x 9" Very Good. Pictorial Paper Covers. [ 24] Dylan, Bob. LET IT ROCK: No. 19, April 1974. Magazine edited by John Pidgeon. London: Hanover Books, 1974. First Edition. 70pp; illus from photographs, centerspread in colors. Number written on cover. 11.5" x 8.5" Very Good. Pictorial Paper Covers. This Bob Dylan issue also contains: Brinsley Schwarz; Gallagher & Lyle; Jerry Lee Lewis; The Band; Byzantium; A Rock fan's guide to country music; etc. [25] Dylan, Bob. THE MAN, THE MYTH, THE MUSIC: THE MAN THEY CALL DYLAN-- in KRLA Edition "BEAT," Volume 1, Number 45, January 22, 1966. Los Angeles, 1966. First Edition. 16pp; illus from photographs. Folded once as issued. 15.25" x 11.5" Very Good. Printed self-wraps. The article on Dylan occupies four full pages of text with 12 photos, based on his notorious press interview. Along with Dylan, this issue also has stories on the Rolling Stones, Beatles, Tom Jones, Four Seasons, Jack Jones, Dave Clark Five, Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs, Jay and the Americans, and others. [ 26] Dylan, Bob. THE MUSIC OF BOB DYLAN MADE EASY FOR GUITAR: Includes His Greatest Hits. Arranged by John Curtin. Secaucus, NJ Warner Bros. (1979)., 1979. 1st Edition. Pictorial paper covers and contents near fine condition. 12" x 9" 56pp Contains lyrics, melody lines, guitar chords and frames for 22 songs. Titles include: All I Really Want To Do; Highway 61 Revisited; Hurricane; Maggie's Farm; Tangled Up In Blue; and 17 more. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. Soft cover. [ 27] Dylan, Bob. PLANET WAVES. NY: Ram's Horn Music, 1974. First Edition. 33-1/3 vinyl lp. Features Bob Dylan on guitar and harmonica, with The Band. Eleven songs: On A Night Like This; Tough Mama; Hazel; Forever Young (two versions); Dirge; You Angel You; etc. Shrinkwrapped and unopened. 12.25" x 12.25". Fine. Pictorial boards. [28] Dylan, Bob. PLANET WAVES: Bob Dylan (Guitar, Harmonica) with The Band... s.l. Ram's Horn Music (1973)., 1973. 1st Edition. Pictorial paper covers and contents in very good condition. 12" x 9" 73pp Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and frames for 11 Dylan songs as recorded by Dylan and The Band. Includes: On A Night Like This; Tough Mama; Forever Young (two versions); Never Say Goodbye; and six more. Illustrated by drawing by Dylan on cover. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. Soft cover. [29] Dylan, Bob. SHOT OF LOVE. NY Special Rider Music (1981)., 1981. 1st Edition. Illustrated paper covers and contents in fine condition. 12" x 9" 56pp Contains lyrics, music, guitar chords and frames to nine Dylan songs. Includes: Dead Man, Dead Man; Every Grain of Sand; Lenny Bruce; Shot of Love; and five more. Illustrated by 8pp illus from photographs. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. Soft cover. [30] Dylan, Bob. THE SONGS OF BOB DYLAN: from 1966 through 1975. NY Knopf/Cherry Lane 1978., 1978. 1st Edition. ISBN: 0394408888. Book and slipcase in very good condition. 12.75" x 10.25" 383pp Contains lyrics, melody lines, piano accompaniment and guitar chords for 121 Dylan songs, with title-and-first-line index. This is a nice copy of the true first edition in the original, pictorial slipcase. Illustrated by photo-portrait at front. First Edition. Binding is spiral/boards. Hardcover. [ 31] Dylan, Bob. WORLD GONE WRONG. NY: Amsco, 1994. First Edition. 24pp; 9 large illus from photographs. Contains words and music to 10 Dylan songs: World Gone Wrong; Ragged & Dirty; Broke Down Engine; Delia; Two Soldiers; etc. 12" x 9". Very Good. Pictorial wraps. [ 32] Dylan, Bob and others. FOLK ROCK: Top Recorded Hits. NY: M. Witmark & Sons, 1965. First Edition. 32pp. Contains words, music, guitar chords and frames for eight Dylan songs (All I Really Want to Do; Chimes of Freedom; If You Gotta Go, Go Now; It Ain't Me, Babe; Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues; Like A Rolling Stone; Mr. Tambourine Man; Positively 4th Street) as well as three others (Reno Nevada by Richard Farina; Ribbon of Darkness by Gordon Lightfoot; You Were on My Mind by Sylvia Fricker). All of these early folk-rock songs were written in 1964-1965. The piano arrangements are by Jerry Sears. 12" x 9". Very Good. Pictorial wraps. [ 33] Fox, Dan, editor. STYLES OF THE STARS, No. 1: Piano, Guitar, Organ, Bass. NY: M. Witmark & Sons, 1967. First Edition. 40pp; 9pp illus from photographs. Contains words, music and chord symbols to 12 songs: A Swallow Song & Hard Loving Loser, by Richard Farina; Like A Rolling Stone & Mr. Tambourine Man & My Back Pages, by Bob Dylan; Lovin' Sound, by Ian Tyson; Spin Spin & Steel Rail Blues, by Gordon Lightfoot; etc. Minor scuff on back cover. 12" x 9" Very Good. Original Wraps. A scarce and desirable songbook. Includes large photos of: The Byrds; Bob Dylan; The Dave Clark Five; The Happenings; Ian and Sylvia; We Five; Joan Baez; Gordon Lightfoot; and The New Christy Minstrels. [34] Goodman, Fred. THE MANSION ON THE HILL. NY: Vintage Books / Random House, 1998. First paperback edition. ISBN: 0679743774. (Copyright 1997) pp: xv, 431, index; 12pp illus from photographs. "Dylan, Young, Geffen, Springsteen, and the head-on collision of rock and commerce." 8" x 5". Fine. Pictorial wraps. [35] Hajdu, David. POSITIVELY 4TH STREET -- The Lives and Times of Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Mimi Baez Farina and Richard Farina: Unabridged Audiobook, read by Bernadette Dunne. Compact Digital Audio -- 10 CDs. Ashland, Oregon: Blackstone Audiobooks, 2002. First edition thus. ISBN: 0786194421. Pictorial plastic case contains 10 cds in styrofoam sleeves on a two-ring looseleaf holder. 6.5" x 6.75" As New in dust-jacket. Hardcover. [36] Hajdu, David. POSITIVELY 4TH STREET: The Lives and Times of Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Mimi Baez Farina and Richard Farina. NY: North Point Press, 2002. First paperback edition. ISBN: 086547642X. 328pp, index; 16pp illus from photographs. 8" x 5.5" Near Fine. Original Wraps. This is a readable account of the folk-revival legends whose lives were strangely intertwined, written by a legendary author. [37] Heyer, Robert, editor. DISCOVERY IN SONG. Glen Rock, NJ: Paulist Press, 1968. First Edition. 138pp; text illus from photographs. Contains the lyrics to more than 50 folk songs of the sixties by singer/songwriters Pete Seeger, Judy Collins, Phil Ochs, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, etc. Usual cover creases from reading. 9" x 6" Very Good. Original Wraps. [38] Heylin, Clinton. BOB DYLAN BEHIND THE SHADES: A Biography. NY: Summit Books, 1991. First Edition. ISBN: 0671791559. 498pp, index; 16pp illus from photographs. Also issued in cloth. 9" x 6". Very Good. Pictorial wraps. [ 39] Kramer, Daniel. BOB DYLAN. NY: Citadel Press, 1967. First Edition. Few signs of light use. 159pp; illus throughout from photographs. A readable biography of Dylan, with lots of candid pictures. 11" x 8.5" Very Good. Pictorial wraps. [40] Malarkey, Sarah, editor. UNPLUGGED. Introduction by Robert Small. Foreword by Alex Coletti. Music Essay by Rock Critic David Hinckley. s.l. Melcher Media 1995., 1995. 1st Edition. ISBN: 067154523x. Book and original box in fine condition. 12" x 9" pp: 182, (2) This shape book, reminiscent of the body of a guitar, is spiral bound with stout wire and covered in heavy tan boards. Presents a "visual history of MTV's acoustic music series, `Unplugged,'" which debuted in 1989. In addition to many photographs, back-stage views of performers, etc., it includes set lists and musical performers (including backup musicians) for the first 57 shows in the series. Artists include: Paul Simon; Joe Walsh and Dr. John; Crosby, Stills and Nash; Eric Clapton; Bob Dylan; Mariah Carey; Sheryl Crow; and many others. The original printed box is present and in fine condition. Illustrated by color photo-illus throughout. First Edition. Binding is spiral/boards. Hardcover. [41] McGinn, Matt. ONCE AGAIN, AGAIN, AGAIN. London: Heathside Music, 1970. First Edition. 30pp; illustrations in the margins. This rare songbook contains words and music to 33 Matt McGinn songs. The cover is a trifle discolored, but we find no other copies on the market. Born in Glasgow in 1928, McGinn is the author of some 500 folk songs. He sang in a 1962 concert with Pete Seeger and Bob Dylan, then went on to become an international folk icon. He died at 49 from smoke inhalation in a fire at his house. 11" x 8". Very Good. Pictorial wraps. [ 42] McGinn, Matt. SCOTTISH SONGS OF TODAY BY MATT McGINN. London: Harmony Music, 1964. First Edition. 30pp. This rare songbook, the first compilation of McGinn's work, contains words and music to 26 of his songs, including: Big Jock; Blue Dungarees; Moanin' Never Did Nae Good; My Father Was Born A Hebrew; Shoe Machine Song; and 21 more. There is a faint glass ring on the cover. We find no other copies on the market. Born in Glasgow in 1928, McGinn is the author of some 500 folk songs. He sang in a 1962 concert with Pete Seeger and Bob Dylan, then went on to become an international folk icon. In 1964, McGinn was part of an album highlighting the Edinburgh Folk Festival. He died at 49 from smoke inhalation in a fire at his house. McGinn's full-page dedication precedes the music in this book: "Dedicated to the Greatest Guy I Know, Pete Seeger.the art of making songs for the sheer joy of it was largely, though temporarily, lost. It has been found again in the folk song revival.," etc., etc. All of the songs herein are copyright 1962-1964 by Appleseed Music. 8.5" x 5.25". Very Good. Pictorial wraps. [43] Mellers, Wilfrid. A DARKER SHADE OF PALE: A Backdrop to Bob Dylan. NY Oxford University Press 1985., 1985. 1st Edition. ISBN: 0195036220. Pictorial covers and contents in fine condition. 8" x 5.25" 255pp w/index This excellent biography of the young Dylan has become scarce. Issued simultaneously in hardcover. Illustrated by 16pp illus from photographs. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. Soft cover. [44] Newport Folk Festival. NEWPORT BROADSIDE--Topical Songs at the Newport Folk Festival, 1963: Vanguard Stereolab VSD-79144, 12", 33-1/3 rpm vinyl record in original pictorial cover. NY: Vanguard Stereolab, 1963. First Edition. Liner notes by Stacey Williams. The record, sleeve, and cover are in fine condition. 12.25" x 12.25" Fine in Fine dust-jacket. Pictorial Cover. Contains 15 tracks: Bob Dylan & Pete Seeger (1); Tom Paxton (2); Sam Hinton (1); Bob Davenport (1); The Freedom Singers (3); Jim Garland (2); Ed McCurdy (1); Phil Ochs (2); Peter La Farge (1); Joan Baez & Bob Dylan (1). [ 45] Paulsen, Dan and Pam Marchetto, editors. SONG HITS MAGAZINE, Volume 30, Number 5, June 1966: On the Road with The Lovin' Spoonful. Derby, CT: Charlton, 1966. First Edition. 34pp; text illus from photographs. Contains lyrics to 33 popular songs of the mid '60s as well as features on The Animals, The Four Seasons, The Temptations, Bob Dylan, The Lovin' Spoonful, Batman & Robin, Roger Miller, The Poppies, Lorraine Ellison, and others. 11" x 8" Very Good. Pictorial Paper Covers. On the cover is a photo of The Lovin' Spoonful. [46] Peter, Paul and Mary. A SONG WILL RISE: Recorded Hits. NY: Pepamar Music, 1965. Second Edition. 20pp. Contains words and music to eight songs recorded by PP&M, including: When the Ship Comes In by Bob Dylan; Monday Morning; Motherless Child; Gilgarra Mountain; etc. 12" x 9" Very Good. Pictorial Paper Covers. [ 47] Place, Jeff and Ronald D. Cohen, compilers. THE BEST OF BROADSIDE, 1962-1988: Anthems of the American Underground from the Pages of Broadside Magazine--5 cds + book. Washington DC: Folkways, 2000. First Edition. ISBN: 9307401302. 124pp. The five cds contain 89 protest songs of the era by Bob Dylan, Janis Ian, Phil Ochs, Malvina Reynolds, Pete Seeger, and others. Comprises 5 hours and 22 minutes of music, and 124 pages of text from and about "Broadside Magazine." Original illustrated slipcase. 11.25" x 9.5" Fine. Spiral-bound Wraps. As new in the publisher's box and shrink-wrap. [ 48] Place, Jeff and Ronald D. Cohen, compilers. THE BEST OF BROADSIDE, 1962-1988: Anthems of the American Underground from the Pages of Broadside Magazine--5 cds + book. Washington DC: Folkways, 2000. First Edition. ISBN: 9307401302. 124pp. The five cds contain 89 protest songs of the era by Bob Dylan, Janis Ian, Phil Ochs, Malvina Reynolds, Pete Seeger, and others. Comprises 5 hours and 22 minutes of music, and 124 pages of text from and about "Broadside Magazine." In the original illustrated slipcase. 11.25" x 9.5" Fine. Spiral-bound Wraps. [49] Robinson, Earl, editor. YOUNG FOLK SONG BOOK: Musical Arrangements and Notes by Earl Robinson. Introduction by Pete Seeger. NY: Simon and Schuster, 1963. First Edition. 112pp; illus from candid photographs. Contains words and music to songs written and sung by singers and groups of the folk revival era: Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Jack Elliott, Greenbriar Boys, New Lost City Ramblers, and Peggy Seeger. Each artist is represented by five songs. The book also contains biographies and "appreciations" of each artist, by a variety of writers such as Nat Hentoff, Robert Shelton, Alan Lomax, and Pete Seeger. 11.25" x 8.5" Fine in Very Good dust-jacket. Pictorial Boards. [50] Robinson, Earl, editor. YOUNG FOLK SONG BOOK: with musical arrangements and notes by Earl Robinson. Introduction by Pete Seeger. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1963. First paperback edition. 112pp; illus from photographs. Contains words and music to 31 songs, along with commentary on the folk musicians included in this book. Spine rubbed, offsetting on cover. 11.25" x 8.5" Good. Pictorial Paper Covers. Contains biographical notes, photographs and songs from early days of the folk revival: Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Jack Elliott, The Greenbriar Boys, The New Lost City Ramblers, and Peggy Seeger. [51] Shepard, Sam. ROLLING THUNDER LOGBOOK. NY: Penguin Books, 1978. First paperback edition. ISBN: 0140047506. pp: (vi), 184; frequent text illus from photographs. Playwright Shepard here chronicles Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue which stormed the northeast US in 1975. 10" x 6.75". Very Good. Soft Cover. [52] Sing Out magazine. "SING OUT! THE FOLK SONG MAGAZINE", Volume 18, Number 4, October/November, 1968. NY: Sing Out, 1968. First edition. pp: 79, (1); text illus from photographs. This issue contains lyrics, melody lines and chord symbols to 13 songs, including: Penal Farm Blues; When This Bloody War Is Over; Lady Gay; Private John Q; etc. Articles include: An Interview with Bukka White, conducted by Julius Lester; Conversations with Bob Dylan (John Cohen and Happy Traum); Ten Years in New Lost City by Jon Pankake; etc. Departments include: Frets and Frails by Izzy Young; Johnny Appleseed, Jr. by Pete Seeger; Teach-in (Fretless Banjo); etc. 10" x 7" Very Good. Original Wraps. The cover features a painting by Bob Dylan. [53] Sing Out magazine. "SING OUT! THE FOLK SONG MAGAZINE", Volume 13, Number 4, Oct-Nov 1963. NY: Sing Out, 1963. First Edition. 84pp; text illus from photographs and line drawings. This issue contains words and music to 16 songs, including: Little Boxes, by Malvina Reynolds; Talking Newport '63, by Jess Cannon; What Did You Learn In School, by Tom Paxton; Ramblin' Boy; Fare Thee Well, by Bob Dylan; Ira Hayes, by Peter La Farge; and 10 more. Articles include: biog of North Carolina traditional singer Frank Profitt; the "new" young folksingers and songwriters--Bob Dylan, Mark Spoelstra, Phil Ochs, Len Chandler, Tom Paxton, et al; the preponderance of folk festivals; and others. Also present are the usual departments, reviews, etc. 8.5" x 5.5" Good +. Original Wraps. On the cover is a photo-montage of "new" and "old" singer-songwriters. [54] Sing Out magazine. "SING OUT! THE FOLK SONG MAGAZINE", Volume 13, Number 5, Dec-Jan 1963-1964. NY: Sing Out, 1963. First Edition. 92pp; text illus from photographs and line drawings. This issue contains words and music to 14 songs, including: With God On Your Side & Don't Think Twice, by Bob Dylan; Slip Knot, by Woody Guthrie; Mountain Dew, by Grandpa Jones; San Francisco Bay Blues, by Jesse Fuller; and nine more. Articles include: a history of the banjo by Louise Scruggs; text of Sen. Keating's speech defending folk music against charges of Communism and subversion; Pete Seeger on "the copyright hassle"; history of American jug bands; photos and text on Grandpa Jones in performance; and others. Also present are the usual departments, reviews, etc. 8.5" x 5.5" Very Good. Original Wraps. On the cover is a photo of Gus Cannon's Jug Stompers. [55] Sing Out magazine. "SING OUT! THE FOLK SONG MAGAZINE", Volume 14, Number 3, July 1964. NY: Sing Out, 1964. First Edition. 116pp; text illus from photographs and line drawings. This issue contains words and music to 14 songs, including: The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll, by Bob Dylan; Lady Day, by John Koerner; Freeze To Me, Mama, by Dave Ray; Ginger Man, by Geoff Muldaur; Oh, Death, by Dock Boggs; and nine more. Articles include: Reminiscences of Woody Guthrie, by Pete Seeger; the new "country blues" singers (Koerner, Ray, Glover, Eric von Schmidt et al); autobiog by Dock Boggs; I Do Not Believe in War, by Joan Baez; biog of Mike Seeger; and others. Also present are the usual departments, reviews, etc. 8.5" x 5.5" Good +. Original Wraps. On the cover is a photo of Mike Seeger with his instruments in a woodland setting. [ 56] Sloman, Larry "Ratso". ON THE ROAD WITH BOB DYLAN. NY: Three Rivers Press, 2002. Revised & Enlarged Edition. pp: xv, 464, index; 16pp illus from candid photographs. 8" x 5" Near Fine. Original Wraps. Insightful and fun to read. This revised edition of Sloman's account of the Rolling Thunder tour contains a poignant introduction by Kinky Friedman, headmaster of The Texas Jewboys. [57] Sounes, Howard. DOWN THE HIGHWAY: The Life of Bob Dylan. NY: Grove Press, 2001. First Edition. ISBN: 0802116868. pp: xvi, 527; 16pp illus from photographs. Has bibliography, extensive source notes, and index. This biography is based on "painstaking new research," including "previously unseen documentary evidence about Bob Dylan's professional and family life," and more than 250 interviews with various sources. 9.25" x 6". Fine in Fine dust-jacket. Hardcover. [58] Sounes, Howard. DOWN THE HIGHWAY: The Life of Bob Dylan. NY: Grove Press, 2001. First Edition. ISBN: 0802116868. pp: xvi, 527; 16pp illus from photographs. Has bibliography, extensive source notes, and index. This biography is based on "painstaking new research," including "previously unseen documentary evidence about Bob Dylan's professional and family life, " and more than 250 interviews with various sources. 9.25" x 6". Fine in Fine dust-jacket. Hardcover. [59] Spitz, Bob. DYLAN: A Biography. NY: McGraw-Hill, 1989. First Edition. ISBN: 0070603308. Price-clipped dust jacket. pp: xv, 639, discography, index; 24pp illus from photographs. This scholarly biography draws from hundreds of interviews with Bob Dylan's family and friends. 9.25" x 6". Fine in Very Good dust-jacket. Hardcover. [ 60] Williams, Paul. BACK TO THE MIRACLE FACTORY: Rock etc. 1990s. NY Tom Doherty Associates (2002)., 2002. 1st Edition. ISBN: 0765303523 . Book and dust jacket in fine condition. 8.5" x 5.5" printed dj 272pp w/index Comprises recent essays by the founder of "Crawdaddy" on topics ranging from Bob Dylan and The Grateful Dead to Pearl Jam. First Edition. Binding is orig boards. Hardcover.
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