Published by Henry Holt & Co, 1997. First edition, first printing. Hardcover, cloth-backed boards. Octavo. 286pp. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket.
Briefly inscribed and dated in year of publication by the author.
A study of the legendary recordings made by Bob Dylan and the Band in Woodstock, New York, in 1967, analyzes the Basement Tapes, secret music never intended for release, in terms of their place in contemporary American music and their role in Dylan’s career.