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The strange atmosphere added to the climactic moment, after the Who and others: the one set, at 2am on the Monday, for which it was imperative to get down from among the crowds on Desolation Row and force a way right to the front and concentrate or, rather, submit to hypnosis.
Opens with Like a rolling stone and ends with Desolation Row.
Industry grew up. .until the Free Traders, Beck shills for … turned it into Desolation Row.
And the only sound that's left after the ambulances go is Cinderella sweeping up on Desolation Row.
He looks out with his lady from Desolation Row, and sings a lullaby that goes, "When the cities are on fire with the burning flesh of men, just remember that death is not the end."
Two years ago, in an essay on his blog, Desolation Row, Carrel declared Young the premier artist of the 1970s for the 11 classic albums he released during the decade: "Lots of acts turned in memorable and historic recordings.