Posts Tagged ‘Bob Dylan’

Jonah Lehrer’s Downfall: Life Far More Interesting With Real-Life Complications

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by Alissa Fleck Journalist and self-proclaimed Bob Dylan obsessive Michael C. Moynihan read Jonah Lehrer’s Imagine: How Creativity Works and realized something was not right. This skepticism ultimately resulted in Lehrer’s outing as a fraud—an inventor and tinkerer of material when it was convenient, when it suited his thesis. Many praised the book’s genius from [&hellip
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A Second Act for the Critic who Championed Dylan and Springsteen

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By Cullen Gallagher Chances are you haven’t heard of Paul Nelson before—but if you’re a fan of rock music, you owe him a huge debt of gratitude. Nelson pioneered the field of rock criticism with his first-person style as an editor at Rolling Stone in the 1970s, where he was among the earliest supporters of [&hellip
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