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Clinton Heylin

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Thursday, September 23 2010

'Still on the Road' Shines a New Light On Dylan's Lyrics

Clinton Heylin gives a fresh perspective to the enormous oeuvre that is the latter half of Dylan's career path.


Tuesday, July 21 2009

So Long as Men Can Breathe by Clinton Heylin

It’s entirely refreshing to read about Shakespeare without the hushed tone of literary sanctity, while preserving the rigors of good research.


Wednesday, April 22 2009

Revolution in the Air by Clinton Heylin

If Dylanology is thought of as a recognised academic discipline rather than a hobby that enthusiasts sometimes write about, then Heylin is certainly good at it.


Sunday, June 19 2005

All Yesterday's Parties: The Velvet Underground in Print: 1966-71 by Clinton Heylin

LA Free Press's Robert Gold gets the prize for best scatological-gastrointestinal conceit in a review, 'Her {Maureen Tucker's} heavy, continuous 4/4 outpouring on the drums slams into your bowels and crawls out your asshole.'"


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