Bob Dylan announces a new book called The Philosophy of Modern Song

Bob Dylan Announced his first book of new writing since 2004 Chronicles: Volume One. The new group is called Modern song philosophy It will be released on Tuesday, November 8th via Simon & Schuster. Find the book cover below.

According to a press release, Dylan has started work Modern song philosophy 2010. The book contains more than 60 articles written by Dylan about songs by artists including Stephen Foster, Elvis Costello, Hank Williams and Nina Simone. “[Dylan] He analyzes what he calls the trap of easy rhymes, explains how adding a single syllable can reduce a song, and even explains how bluegrass relates to heavy metal,” according to the press release.

In a statement, Jonathan Karp (President and CEO of Simon & Schuster) said: “The publication of Bob Dylan’s brilliant, sparkling work will be an international celebration of the songs of one of the greatest artists of our time. Modern song philosophy Just written by Bob Dylan. His voice is unique, and his work conveys his deep appreciation and understanding of songs, the people who bring these songs to life, and what the songs mean to all of us.”

Bob Dylan won Nobel Prize in Literature In 2016. Since then, he released the album Rough and noisy roads. Read “Bob Dylan reimagines his old selves in Ghostly Concert Film Shadow Kingdom“On the field.

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Bob Dylan: Philosophy of Modern Song

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