Item #61316 A. J. Weberman, Dylanologist. John Roberts.
A. J. Weberman, Dylanologist

A. J. Weberman, Dylanologist

[England (?): privately printed, 1995]. Small folio (11¾" x 8½"), pp. [110] photocopied from typescript; original pink photocopied wrappers, later brown paper wrappers backed in black cloth; generally fine. "Alan Jules Weberman (born May 26, 1945), better known as A. J. Weberman, is an American writer, political activist, gadfly, and popularizer of the terms "garbology" and "Dylanology". He is best known for his controversial opinions on, and personal interactions with, the musician Bob Dylan. Together with New York folk singer David Peel, Weberman founded the Rock Liberation Front in 1971 with the aim of "liberating" artists from bourgeois tendencies and ensuring that rock musicians continued to engage with and represent the counterculture. Through AJ's own writings, interviews, and articles about him, this is a study of this very special personality" (comewritersandcritics[dot]com). Introduced by notable journalist Claudia Dreifus in an essay called “The Alan J. Weberman Story - In Which It Is Proven Once Again That You Do Not Need A Weatherman To Know Which Way The Wind Blows.” Cambridge University only in OCLC. Item #61316

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