Digital archivists who mined Bob Dylan’s past spy new seams

Such is its immensity and rarity value to fans of Bob Dylan it might for once be acceptable to use that ancient journalistic cliché, the ‘Holy Grail’. The great man’s people recently let it be known that an archive of his lifetime possessions, including notebooks showing the evolution of songs, sound and video recordings, and other materials such as personal documents, would be permanently housed at a research centre located in the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Little wonder Dylanologists salivated over the wonders of this vast, 6,000-piece trove of one of the world’s most iconic modern lives, covering over 50 years of prolific creativity. View Full Article

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