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“They could barely forgive Bob Dylan for turning to rock in 1966 and cheered when, starting with "John Wesley Harding," Dylan returned to acoustic guitar and folk ballad — though never again to the pure folk sound of 1963.”
“I went to a Yorkshire dinner (lots of roast beef and Theakstone's Old Peculiar) while Katie went to a Bob Dylan concert - excellent by all accounts.”
“Bob Dylan had made his position clear by choosing the stage name Dylan.”
“Jerry Garcia in turn taught it to Bob Dylan (who recoreded it on "World Gone Wrong" in 1991).”
“All Along The Watchtower by Bob Dylan recording of 19 from, copyright notice”
“There was a beautiful well-shaded lawn in front of the hospital, and when the weather was nice he would sit on a park bench there and play, practicing songs out of the hospital's Joan Baez and Bob Dylan songbooks.”
“For several hours he splashed happily while listening to a loop tape of Bob Dylan singing “Hurricane,” but at last, while attacking burnt-on tsimmes with a spackle knife, he was assailed by doubt.”
“Sure, The Freewheelinâ ™ Â Bob Dylan does feature a lot more diversity of styles, the almost constant barrage of âprotestâ songs makes Bobâ ™ s activism seem like less of a pose.”
“While most Dylan fans seem to prefer The Freewheelinâ ™ Bob Dylan to its consistently dour follow-up, I actually like The Times They Are A-Changinâ ™ better.”
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