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That Thin, Wild Mercury Sound September 29, 2007

Posted by Dwight Furrow in Art and Music, Culture, Dwight Furrow's Posts.

This is a fascinating account of the making of one of rock music’s greatest works–Blonde on Blonde by Dylan.

It illustrates the importance of the sonic properties of rock music. Even a lyricist of Dylan’s stature obsesses endlessly about sound.



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