Planet Waves is squeezed in between the Lost Years and Blood on the Tracks. Eyolf Østrem revisits the album, starting with contemporary Norwegian…
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The Tale of the Power of a Single Note.
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The God of Small Intervals and Botched Shows
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Dear subscriber. Dylanology has now been published for almost a year. It has been a thrill, to see it grow. The “newsletter” has been an opportunity to…
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The Holy Grail of Dylan’s Musical Style
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Jakob has left the building Dear subscriber! One quite substantial change has happened to Dylanology. Jakob Brønnum, who established the newsletter, has…
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In this issue, I discuss why "Brownsville Girl" is Dylan's best song, and how his mixture of music and words in song creates an art-form which allows…
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1: Street Legal revisited - 2: The Times They Are A-Changin’ deconstructed - 3: Pay In Blood - but whose?
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Find every song mentioned in Dylanology via the catalogue.
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1: Christmas in the heart and in the mind - 2: The Soft-Rocking Dylan of the 80s - 3: Take me dissapperaring: Mr. Tambourine Man as Ars Poetica (5:5) …
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1: The Poetical Lessons of Mr. Tambourine Man - 2: A Poem Is a Naked Person. Reflection on Shadow In The Night and Dylan's singing - 3: Musical…
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In the sixth issue of Dylanology, Eyolf Østrem discusses Springtime in New York, the 16th installment of The Bootleg Series, as a window to Dylan’s…
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