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Bob Dylan’s best songs: Positively 4th Street #13 (Audio & Video)

You got a lotta nerve<br>To say you are my friend<br>When I was down<br>You just stood there grinning<p>–<p>… I was gonna put Positively 4th Street on the other side, …

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First Listen: Bob Dylan, 'The Witmark Demos 1962-1964'

<i>Audio for this feature is no longer available.</i><p>After listening to the nearly 50 songs on <i>The Witmark Demos 1962-1964</i>, it slayed me to think that Bob Dylan wrote and recorded these songs before he was even 24. It's one thing to write "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall" or "Blowin' in the Wind" by that age, …

The neuroscience of Bob Dylan's genius

Bob Dylan looks bored. It's May 1965 and he's slumped in an armchair at the Savoy hotel in London. The camera filming the documentary Don't Look Back, about Dylan's tour, turns away – Dylan's weariness feels like an accusation – and starts to pan around the room, capturing the ragged entourage of …

Bob Dylan’s Secret Recording Session With George Harrison and Friends

New York — Bob Dylan snuck into Columbia’s Studio B in New York on May Day and recorded for 12 hours with George Harrison, lead guitarist for a …

Bob Dylan, revisited

"Another Self-Portrait (1969-1971)" is the 10th Bob Dylan Bootleg Series release. I've been a big fan of the series since it started way back in 1991, and this new Bootleg is one of the very best.<p>The original "Self Portrait" wasn't a high point in the Dylan oeuvre, but over the years I've come to …

Dave Matthews Forms Supergroup with Jakob Dylan

A jam project featuring Dave Matthews, Jakob Dylan, Bob Dylan guitarist Charlie Sexton, his brother Bill and drummer Brady Blade has evolved into an …

Bob Dylan (Probably) Woke Up in a Roadside Motel Room Today

He likes to stay on the first floor so he can smoke cigs by the pool.<p><b>How do you like your eggs, Bob Dylan, How do you like your eggs? You're walking on broken legs, Bob Dylan, But you still make us beg, Bob Dylan. So how do you like your eggs?*</b><p>You can't look at him. If you work at one of the arenas …

Pete Seeger, Dead At 94, And The Real Story Behind His Electric Feud With Bob Dylan

Pete Seeger, who died today at the age of 94, lived a long and remarkable life, making timeless music, being called before the House Committee on Un-American Activities–he was cited for contempt after evading questions by the Committee Members in quite an amusing fashion–and rubbing elbows with …

Neil Young’s New Covers Album Available Right Now: Surprise!

Neil Young’s new covers record <i>A Letter Home</i> has been released through Jack White’s Third Man records just in time for Record Store Day. There’s been …

Bob Dylan and John Lennon's Weird, One-Sided Relationship

Bob Dylan's friendship with John Lennon was one-sided and uneasy. Why did he write a moving song about someone who never influenced him?<p><i>Why does Dylan's new album have a moving song about someone who never really influenced him?</i><p>AP<p>The most intriguing song on <i>Tempest</i>, Bob Dylan's 35th studio album, …

Dylan in the Eighties

A tribute to Bob Dylan in the eighties is like a tribute to Europe in the eleven-hundreds: it’s a benighted era in some ways, but also a misunderstood one. After reshaping popular music repeatedly in the sixties and remaining relevant with a stretch of superb albums in the mid-seventies, Dylan …

Concerts

Knowing Bob Dylan: 1960s Greenwich Village

<i>Editor's Note: Suze Rotolo was an artist who lived in New York City with her family. A shy girl from Queens, Suze was the daughter of Italian</i> …

Bob Dylan, Fanboy

The critic Greil Marcus once told an interviewer that, among musicians, Bob Dylan had the stupidest fans. “I think it’s because something in Dylan’s writing leads people to believe that there is a secret behind every song. And if you unlock that secret then you’ll understand the meaning of life,” …

Literature

Why Bob Dylan Lost the Super Bowl, and Why Coke Won

Why was the Bob Dylan Super Bowl ad so bad? Why was the Coca-Cola ad so good? Part of it, in both cases, was the execution; Chrysler seems to have picked a fair number of the images for the Dylan ad from the postcard rack at a mid-level stationery store. Maybe one shouldn’t get too grand when …

James Dean

More Than 100 Rare Bob Dylan Acetates Discovered After 40 Years

Record collector Jeff Gold recently discovered 149 acetates of in-progress versions of songs that Bob Dylan made as he was recording his 1969 LP</i> …

Bob Dylan’s Fantastic 30th Anniversary Concert Being Reissued

Twenty-two years ago, Columbia Records threw Bob Dylan a 30th anniversary bash at Madison Square Garden with one of the most impressive lineups in …

Bob Dylan’s 10 Craziest Fans

The body of scholarship on Bob Dylan rivals that on Shakespeare or James Joyce. Literary critics like Christopher Ricks have written a books about …

Time Out of Mind: the Lives of Bob Dylan review – an essential addition

<i>Time Out of Mind</i>, the second volume of Ian Bell's ambitious two-part biography of Bob Dylan, picks up where <i>O</i><i>nce Upon a Time</i> left off – with the recording of Dylan's mid-70s masterpiece, <i>Blood on the Tracks</i> – and ends, some 500 pages later, with the release of 2012's critically acclaimed <i>Tempest</i>.<p>If …

Another Side of Bob Dylan Turns 50

<i>This week’s Dusting ‘Em Off circles back to August 8th, 1964, when Bob Dylan released</i> Another Side of Bob Dylan<i>, his fourth studio album, which</i> …

Scientists snuck Bob Dylan lyrics into research papers for 17 years

“How does it feel” to be the biggest Dylan fans in the scientific community? Ask John Jundberg and Eddie Weitzberg, authors of “Nitric Oxide and …

Exclusive: Listen to a Lost Bob Dylan Song from the Basement Tapes Sessions

The premiere of the never-before-heard "Dress It Up, Better Have It All" from the upcoming Basement Tapes box set release<p><b>Bob Dylan's "Basement Tapes" are as legendary</b> as any recording in the history of rock 'n' roll. The music, recorded with the Band in Woodstock in 1967, while Dylan was thought to …