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ODDS 'N' ENDS - A DYLAN MISCELLANY, compiled
by John Roberts. (2 variants)
* OH, HOW GLAD WILL YOU DANCE WITH ME, by Lia Levi
OH NO! NOT ANOTHER BOB DYLAN BOOK, by Patrick
Humphries and John Bauldie. (Published as ABSOLUTE DYLAN in the USA)
OLD WEIRD AMERICA (THE) - THE WORLD OF BOB DYLAN'S BASEMENT TAPES, by Greil Marcus. (2 editions)
OLOF'S FILES: A BOB DYLAN PERFORMANCE GUIDE , by Olof Björner. (13 volumes)
HIGHWAY - BOB DYLAN'S 1998 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John Wraith.
ON THE ROAD WITH BOB DYLAN - ROLLING WITH THE
THUNDER , by Larry Sloman. (5 editions)
ONCE UPON A TIME - THE LIVES OF BOB DYLAN, by Ian Bell. (5 editions)
ONE FOOT ON THE HIGHWAY - BOB DYLAN ON TOUR, by
ONE MORE NIGHT - BOB DYLAN'S NEVER ENDING TOUR, by Andrew Muir.
IN MY JOURNEY - BOB DYLAN'S 1988 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John Wraith.
* OPERATION BOB DYLAN'S BELT, by Linn Wyllie.
ORIGINAL MONO RECORDINGS (THE), box set booklet
ORPHEUS REVISITED - A CELEBRATION OF HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED, by Robin Witting.
OUT OF THE DARK WOODS - DYLAN, DEPRESSION AND FAITH, by Adam Timothy Bradfor. Published in 2015 under AS
REVIEWED BY BOB DYLAN - YONDER COMES SIN.
OUTLAW BLUES (BOB DYLAN), by Spencer Leigh.
OUTSIDE THE LAW - BOB DYLAN ON AUDIENCE FILM, UK, 1988.
OUTSIDE THE LAW - THE STORY OF THE HURRICANE,
Famous Etiquette Publish.
OVER THE ROAD - BOB DYLAN'S 2018 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John Wraith.
THERE AND BACK - DYLAN'S 2005 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John Wraith.
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