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BOB DYLAN
1978-1989 BOTH ENDS OF THE...

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Item no. : CVIS603
Artist : BOB DYLAN
Product type : DVD
Release Date : 05 May 2008

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THE THIRD PART OF CHROME DREAMS’ HISTORY OF DYLAN

By the end of 1978 most music fans - whether dedicated worshippers, casual listeners or outright dissenters - knew that Bob Dylan was nothing if not unpredictable. But nobody could have guessed what was coming next.

 Dylan’s adherence to Christian fundamentalism - and the three albums he released and shows he performed in its wake - assisted greatly in making the 1980s his most controversial decade. Loved by some, detested by others, Bob both lost and gained fans via this change of faith and the single minded beliefs he now appeared to behold. But by 1984 his views had softened somewhat and during the rest of the decade he released albums and performed gigs of mixed quality, but generally featuring standout tracks - many now revered as Dylan classics - amongst the often less inspired cuts. But despite it all, this period of Dylan’s life and career is one of the most controversial, fascinating and misunderstood of all. This film reviews the years from late 1978 to the release of 1989’s Oh Mercy – an album that was seen by many as a huge return to form With the aid of rare Dylan footage, live and studio versions of the most pivotal songs, exclusive interviews with his closest allies from that time, contributions from Dylan experts, biographers and other commentators, and many other features, this film provides the most entertaining, enlightening and detailed document of the 1980s according to Bob Dylan, ever produced.

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