BOB DYLAN, LE COUNTRY ROCK
ET AUTRES AMÉRIQUES
"These days, country rock is, along with rap, R&B and techno, the most widely appreciated popular music genre in the world, one of those that sell the most records and downloads on the internet, and certainly the one who attracts the most fans to his concerts. Not because it reassures, but because it brings together...
In this book, the author tells the story. The story of the trigger, the "ferryman," Bob Dylan. That of the country before him, with his great spectacular figures (Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, George Jones...), and that of these children from the remote corners of America (and sometimes a little by the way) who continue to dream it in music, passionately. And, today as yesterday, to make dream of it!"
Ducray, Castor Astral June 2011, 206 pages. EAN 978-2859208448