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Arts & Literature
  • Author:
    Dave Engel
  • ISBN:
    0942495616
  • ISBN13:
    978-0942495614
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  • Publisher:
    Amherst Pr; 1st edition (February 1, 1997)
  • Pages:
    219 pages
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    Arts & Literature
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  • Rating:
    4.5
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With thoughtful text and photographs, this book pays homage to legendary folk singer Bob Dylan and his hometown of Hibbing, Minnesota. With thoughtful text and photographs, this book pays homage to legendary folk singer Bob Dylan and his hometown of Hibbing, Minnesota.

Now all the authorities They just stand around and boast How they blackmailed the Sergeant-at-Arms Into leaving his post And picking up Angel Who just arrived here from the coast Who looked so fine at first But left lookin' just like a ghost. I started out on Burgundy But soon hit the harder stuff Everybody said they'd stand behind me When the game got rough But the joke was on me There was nobody even there to bluff I'm going back to New York City I do believe I've had enough. About Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues.

Dave Engel, Just Like Bob Zimmerman’s Blues: Dylan in Minnesota (Rudolph, WI: River City Memoirs, 1997) . Clinton Heylin, Bob Dylan: A Life in Stolen Moments, Day by Day: 1941–1995 (New York: Schirmer Books, 1996), 339Google Scholar.

Dave Engel, Just Like Bob Zimmerman’s Blues: Dylan in Minnesota (Rudolph, WI: River City Memoirs, 1997), 12. oogle Scholar. 25. Marvin G. Lamppa, Minnesota’s Iron Country: Rich Ore, Rich Lives (Duluth, MN: Lake Superior Port Cities In. 2004), 21. 140. Joseph Tirella, Tomorrow-Land: The 1964–65 World’s Fair and the Transformation of America (New York: Lyons Press, 2014), 28. 145. Eric Foner, The Story of American Freedom (New York: WW Norton, 1998), 2.

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Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues" is a song written and performed by Bob Dylan. It was originally recorded on August 2, 1965, and released on the album Highway 61 Revisited.

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Picked it up on New year's Eve afternoon last year, devoured it overnight, and on New Year's Day-at 4.

To the world, he is Bob Dylan, the creative genius who brought poetry to rock music. It's a shame he doesn't reprint his book elsewhere. Picked it up on New year's Eve afternoon last year, devoured it overnight, and on New Year's Day-at 4. left for Hibbing and felt as if I had been there before when I got there and "watched the sun come rising from that little Minnesota town. Found all of the Dylan sites listed with the help of the book, but should have picked a better day.

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Negal
I grew up on the Mesabi Range within 25 miles of Hibbing, Dylan's boyhood home. I've been a fan of his for 26 years. This is the definitive book on his early years. Full of photographs, some never before published, this book covers all aspects of his youth...his faith, his family, his town, his friends, and how he grew into who he became. Delightful reading for the true Dylan freak!
Ericaz
Anyone who considers himself a Dylanophile needs this book. It's incredibly rare, as it was printed in a tiny first printing (about 1,000 copies) and the publisher failed soon after. But a Dylan collection isn't complete without it. Engel writes from a lifetime's research. It's a shame he doesn't reprint his book elsewhere.