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as much as I want to rave and hollar, it just doesnt get there. Love Suze though. Wish I could have been there with herPublished 2 months ago by john w lee
Written by Dylan's one time girlfriend, this was familiar to me being I'm a New Yorker. But she's pretty
Good in telling her adventures with Bob Dylan, and the various people... Read more
When Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash were announced as featured artists in a months long exhibit at Nashville's COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME, I immediately set out to read the books about... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Howard M. Romaine
Suze Rotolo has written a book based in part on her relationship with Bob Dylan, as well as one that recaptures the essence of a decade (the 1960s) that set in train both... Read morePublished 9 months ago by KOMET
Pretty good but not so easy top follow. It spends to much praising Bob Dylan. The flow is rather anarchic with no consistent chronological order. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Costas
Not really what I expected. Ms. Rotolo wasted too many pages telling us what a wonderful free spirit she was, she came across as very self absorbed. Less Suze, more Bob!Published 11 months ago by joe webber