Bob Dylan – Roads Rapidly Changing

5 out of 5

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  1. Sal Paradise

    This is an excellent critical and historical walk through Dylan’s early career. Those who prefer light narration and mostly music performance would be advised to look elsewhere (for example the Newport Folk Festival DVD set). For those of us who love an in-depth discussion and celebration of the contributions he made to music and songwriting during this period, this is a great gift, with insightful commentary by some of the best music reviewers and documentarians in the business. The series is continued by three other DVD sets: After The Crash (1966-1978), Both Ends of the Rainbow (1978-1989), and The Never Ending Narrative (1990-2006), all of which are well worth the time, depending on the part of Dylan’s career you are most interested in. I love it all, and have seen all of them. My only beef is that the two most famous albums of his career, Highway 61 Revisited and Blonde on Blonde, are not covered by this or any of the other DVD sets. How could they leave out that crucial period of post-Newport ’65 through the ’66 World Tour??? Anyone know of a documentary by this set of reviewers/commentators that covers that?

  2. Robert N Chapman

    This is an excellent critical and historical walk through Dylan’s early career. Those who prefer light narration and mostly music performance would be advised to look elsewhere (for example the Newport Folk Festival DVD set). For those of us who love an in-depth discussion and celebration of the contributions he made to music and songwriting during this period, this is a great gift, with insightful commentary by some of the best music reviewers and documentarians in the business. The series is continued by three other DVD sets: After The Crash (1966-1978), Both Ends of the Rainbow (1978-1989), and The Never Ending Narrative (1990-2006), all of which are well worth the time, depending on the part of Dylan’s career you are most interested in. I love it all, and have seen all of them. My only beef is that the two most famous albums of his career, Highway 61 Revisited and Blonde on Blonde, are not covered by this or any of the other DVD sets. How could they leave out that crucial period of post-Newport ’65 through the ’66 World Tour??? Anyone know of a documentary by this set of reviewers/commentators that covers that?

  3. Stephen Guthrie

    I was amazed by this documentary. I am a longtime Dylan fan and have been disappointed more than once by one of those “Independent Review” DVD’s, and not just concerning Dylan. But I had a bunch of Amazon points just burning a hole in my pocket so I put some chips down and picked it up. I was stunned at how good this is….excellent interviews, hi fidelity clips from early Dylan albums, and great historical context. If you are a Dylan fan, this is a must buy. A comprehensive and balanced examination of Dylan’s folk years, trust me when I tell you you will not regret purchasing it.

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