BOB DYLAN BOOKS IN ENGLISH, G letter:
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GALILEO'S MATH BOOK, by Phill Townsend. (4 volumes)
GENTLEMAN JUNKIE, by A.J. Weberman. (2 editions)
* GEORGE AND JONATHAN JACKSON IN THEIR OWN WORDS AND PICTURES... , by Alan Barysh.
GHOST OF ELECTRICITY (THE), no author's name
GHOST OF ELECTRICITY (THE), by John Bauldie. (4 editions)
EXTRA MILE - BOB DYLAN'S 2001 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John Wraith
GOD KNOWS EVERYTHING IS BROKEN, by Aubrey L. Glazer
GOD OF TIME AND SPACE (A), essays by several authors
GOIN' AROUND - BOB DYLAN'S 1989 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John Wraith.
ACCORDING TO BOB DYLAN (THE),
by Michael J. Gilmour.
GOT TO RUN - BOB DYLAN'S 2003 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John Wraith.
GREAT FOLK DISCOGRAPHY VOLUME 1 (THE), by Martin C. Strong.
GREAT WHITE ANSWERS (THE) - BOB DYLAN - THE BOOTLEG RECORDS by Dominique
* GREAT WHITE WONDERS (THE) - A HISTORY OF ROCK
BOOTLEGS, by Clinton Heylin. (2 editions)
*GREENWOOD ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN POETS AND POETRY (THE), by Mary McAleer Balkun, Jeffrey Gray and James McCorkle.
GROWN-UP ANGER, by Daniel Wolff (2 editions + proof).
* GUERILLA MINSTRELS, by Wayne Hampton.
* GUITAR BEHIND DYLAN & COHEN (THE), by Ron Cornelius.
GWA "NOBODY HAS ANY RESPECT", by Jean-Louis Dréau and Mr Smith (unpublished).
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