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That Thin, Wild Mercury Sound
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Daryl Sanders is a music journalist based in Nashville and is one of the foremost authorities on the city's extensive rock and soul history. Sanders has been the editor of a number of magazines covering "the other side of Music City" dating back to the late '70s, including Hank, the Metro, and Bone. He has also written for Performance, the Tennessean, Nashville Scene, City Paper (Nashville), the East Nashvillian, and the Nashville Musician. While his focus has been on music coming out of Nashville, in a career spanning nearly four decades Sanders also has interviewed many legendary rock, soul, and jazz artists not associated with the city, including Frank Zappa, Tom Petty, Joan Baez, Billy Gibbons, Robert Palmer, J. J. Cale, Al Kooper, the Neville Brothers, Betty Carter, Gary Burton, John Handy, Ian Astbury, and Cassandra Wilson.

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"The Dylan of That Thin, Wild Mercury Sound is not a freak or a throwback or a futurist, a prophet or a conjurer. He is, instead, a young adult becoming a musical professional, learning to collaborate with other musicians to realize his vision and how to stand his ground, too. Daryl Sanders is a diligent researcher and interviewer, driven by his own passion for Dylan's work and the then-ripening Nashville music world that was a near perfect setting for Dylan in 1966. More than the story of making a record album, That Thin, Wild Mercury Sound is about learning the rules of a complicated profession, and then smashing many of them. Several generations of rock singers, musicians, critics, historians, and fans will be grateful for this book. I know I am." Dave Marsh, author of Before I Get Old: The Story of the Who and Bruce Springsteen on Tour, 1968-2005
" That Thin, Wild Mercury Sound unravels the unlikely story of one of folk-rock's milepost albums with clarity and passion. With eyewitness accounts from the Nashville studio in which it was recorded, Sanders details Blonde on Blonde 's genesis in greater depth than any previous author." Richie Unterberger, author of Turn! Turn! Turn!: The 1960s Folk-Rock Revolution , Fleetwood Mac: The Complete Illustrated History , and Unknown Legends of Rock 'n' Roll
"Detailed and diligent, Daryl Sanders has played local detective, seemingly digging up every Nashville cat who was in Studio A when Dylan did it his way in 1966, changing country and rock for good." Clinton Heylin, author of Trouble in Mind: Bob Dylan's Gospel Years and Bob Dylan: Behind the Shades Revisited
"Major victories like Blonde on Blonde often seem inevitable and easy. But Daryl Sanders has interviewed the survivors, noted the casualties, and pondered the battlefield strategies that conquered a country." Daniel Wolff, author of Grown-Up Anger: The Connected Mysteries of Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie, and the Calumet Massacre of 1913 and How Lincoln Learned to Read: Twelve Great Americans and the Education That Made Them
"For anyone interested in Dylan or the music of the 1960s. This title deserves the kind of attention received by Greil Marcus's Like a Rolling Stone ." Library Journal
"If you're a Bob Dylan fan, you'll want a copy of That Thin, Wild Mercury Sound on your bookshelf." The Devil Music
"There are a heck of a lot of Dylan-related books available, but none of them have dug this deep into the making of one of the Scribe's most creative, critically-acclaimed, and commercially-successful works." That Devil Music
Reconstructing events by pouring over decades of interviews, Sanders gives deep background for the Blonde on Blonde sessions, going in detail track by track. Dylanologists will be fascinated by the many pieces Sanders assembles. Shepherd Express

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