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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.

    1968 the Year that Rocked the World

  • 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.

    Journal 17 September

  • Bob Dylan had made his position clear by choosing the stage name Dylan.

    1968 the Year that Rocked the World

  • Jerry Garcia in turn taught it to Bob Dylan (who recoreded it on "World Gone Wrong" in 1991).

    Two Soldiers

  • All Along The Watchtower by Bob Dylan recording of 19 from, copyright notice

    The Jeff Healey Band Lyrics

  • 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.

    1968

  • 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.

    The Best American Erotica 2006

  • Sure, The Freewheelin†™ ­ Bob Dylan does feature a lot more diversity of styles, the almost constant barrage of “protest” songs makes Bob†™ s activism seem like less of a pose.

    The Times They Are A-Changin'

  • While most Dylan fans seem to prefer The Freewheelin†™ Bob Dylan to its consistently dour follow-up, I actually like The Times They Are A-Changin†™ better.

    The Times They Are A-Changin'

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