‘New Yorker’ Article Chronicles Making of Classic Dylan Track


As you may have heard, Columbia Legacy has released More Blood, More Tracks, a six-CD collection of material from the sessions that resulted in Bob Dylan‘s classic 1975 album, Blood on the Tracks. Check out a fascinating new piece for the New Yorker about the making of “Tangled Up in Blue,” one of the LP’s most memorable numbers. Jeff Slate, who wrote the liner notes for the box, authored this piece, which includes a quote from me and a link to my Dylan book’s page on Amazon. Click here to read it.

One comment

  1. Thanks for the link, Jeff. My heart wanted to order the whole shebang, but my wallet and the element of time (as in, too much music to listen to and not enough time) got the best of me and I settled for the single disc. I wonder why there’s not two-disc option this time? Your book is now on my to-read list.


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