Bob Dylan's penetrating but cautiously restrained 2004 autobiography, Chronicles: Volume One, provided significant insight and observations from the enigmatic songwriter. Since then, the wait for Volume Two has been a long and so far fruitless one for longtime Dylan fanatics. But a revealing new bo ... More >>
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