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Tangled Up In Tunes: Ballad Of A Dylanhead: Ballad Of A Dylanhead Paperback – January 6, 2012
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About the Author
In 2016, Howard Weiner published his first novel, The Dire Wolf of Pelham Parkway: Sales Survivor, and the fifth anniversary edition of his memoir, Tangled Up in Tunes: Ballad of a Dylanhead. A Bob Dylan and Jerry Garcia aficionado, Howard is best known for his musical analysis in Positively Garcia: Reflections of the JGB, and Grateful Dead 1977: The Rise of Terrapin Nation. Howard is also the creator and host of Visions of Dylan, a series of two-hour programs that aired on 99.5 FM, WBAI, New York. These days Howard resides near the Bronx Zoo.
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To justify my premonitions, he tells a story about how he likes to stand and dance at the concerts, regardless of how the rest of the audience is watching.(mind you this is Dylan, not Madonna) and at one point, someone a couple of rows back, passed a note up to him, politely asking him to sit down. He then brags about how turns around and give them a look as if to say, "I'll kick your a** if you bother me again with this". Now I've been to many Dylan concerts, and the worst part are the times I've been unfortunately stuck behind one of these imbeciles. Especially after you may have dished out a few hundred bucks on a good 'seat'. It literally ruins the entire experience. I always wondered what kind of person could be so selfish, as to not care at all about the people behind you, and here he is. I myself feel bad just making someone get up if I have to use the restroom or something, and he tells this story which comes off as he's trying to show how tough he is, staring this poor person down. What a bold hero. 'Standing' up for his rights. Anyhow, that's my review. I think I'll now write a book about writing this review and maybe about my experiences going shopping later.