IN THE NEXT MOJO the How To Buy pages will concentrate on the first decade of the ever-extraordinary, ongoing career that Bob Dylan began in March 1962 with his debut, self-titled album of folk covers and a tribute to Woody Guthrie. The years that followed would be crowded with incident, like his game-changing gone-electric performance at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, singing with Johnny Cash and a mysterious motorcycle crash, not to mention his own creative switches and turns that delighted and wrong-footed his listeners in equal measure. Some would argue you need all of his LPs to fully grasp how this sui generis talent broke things down and built them up again, but where to start and where to go next? Highway 61 Revisited? Another Side Of Bob Dylan? John Wesley Harding? And how best to sample the Bootleg Series releases of live shows, outtakes and demos?
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