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"A posthumous memoir drawn from tapes of one-time Dylan insider Victor Maymudes…with such intimate exposure, Dylan remains unknowable but interesting." --New York Daily News
“An unusual addition to the giant Dylan oeuvre…an intimate, conversational account of Victor’s tempestuous friendship with Mr. Dylan.” –The New York Times
VICTOR MAYMUDES was Bob Dylan's tour manager at the beginning of his musical career in the early 1960s. After a brief hiatus in New Mexico, Maymudes rejoined Dylan as his tour manager from 1986 to 1996. He died in January, 2001.
JACOB MAYMUDES is a writer, director and visual effects supervisor working for the Mill in Los Angeles, California.
even for a dylan fan not nearly enough anecdotes and insight. and way too much
space given to the family history of the
Too much space devoted to the author and his family. Who cares? Not enough anecdotes, etc., about Dylan, which is the only reason to buy the book. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Russell W. Brown
I was deeply moved by many of the comments and additions Jacob Maymudes brought to this work. He's done a beautiful job of editing his father's memoirs. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Patrick King
Only one person in the world saw what Victor Maymudes saw, so this book is a gift for anyone who's interested in exploring the privileged place he inhabited. Read morePublished 13 days ago by JR
I couldn't put this book down. It shows a more intimate side of Bob Dylan, written by someone who knew him well. Dylan's such an enigma, and Victor was a colorful character too. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Georgie Girl
such a great book!!! what a roller coaster ride of discovery!Published 18 days ago by Zachary Zane Cole
Book is sad and pathetic. Part i thought was touching was the sons love/loss of his Dad. But the rest of book -really kind of trashy.Published 18 days ago by K. Lynch
Wow! What a read. Bob Dylan isn't really my first choice of celebrity to read about, but this was just great. Read morePublished 23 days ago by tara demarco
What an unexpected read! Truly worth it. I'm not a Bob Dylan fan, don't even like his music but my friend suggested I read this book based on the father/son narrative and I must... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Natalie Westerfield