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iseehawksinla: We share the joint, make some tea, and the Dylan stories start to flow. The Hawks are entranced and delighted. Paul Marshall and Bob had crossed paths before and their recollections warmed the tent, stories of rock n roll and art and politics. Bobby could really spin a yarn RIP

akelm88: Bob Dylan--Leopard Skin Pillbox Hat:

RadioStarlion: This week's playlist is made up of newer music & birthdays including Bob Dylan, Jewel, Paul Weller, The New Seekers' Marty Kristian, Mike Myers (Austin Powers theme) & Quo's Francis Rossi. (All tracks from Luka Bloom).   We also remember Vangelis. 

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Nic38691510: "He's hellbent for destruction, he's afraid and confused / And his brain has been mismanaged with great skill / All he believes are his eyes and his eyes they just tell him lies / Who's gonna take away his license to kill? - Bob Dylan

oppcenterlives: my life marked by the lowest moments and my life marked by when i felt it necessary to listen to bob dylan's blood on the tracks are the same.

rabidtrshpanda: 'So take heed, take heed of the western wind Take heed of the stormy weather And yes, there’s something you can send back to me Spanish boots of Spanish leather' - Bob Dylan

NateRollo: ok so new tattoo idea, a tambourine with arms, legs, and a top hat, to make him Mr. Tambourine Man either that or give him the Bob Dylan guitar and harmonica in order to make it more clear what I'm going for.

MaxxGhe: 23/05/1973. “Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid”, film con James Coburn e Kris Kristofferson, debutta nei cinema. Oltre a scrivere canzoni per il film, BOB DYLAN recita in una piccola parte. "Knockin' On Heaven's Door":

merrysheaeileen: Bob Dylan Center: A window into the voice of a generation

iChojuro_: A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom. - Bob Dylan

ProgRockGrandad: Bob Dylan “Like A Rolling Stone”

newrelease: Bob Dylan / Second Night At Earls Court 1978 / 2CDR

ClipperMediaOrg: Obituary: Bob Neuwirth – Musician (82). From Woodstock to Paris, from Bob Dylan and Rolling Thunder and solo albums, for decades Bob Neuwirth was never far from the centre of everything.

TheOtherSide99: Obituary: Bob Neuwirth – Musician (82). From Woodstock to Paris, from Bob Dylan and Rolling Thunder and solo albums, for decades Bob Neuwirth was never far from the centre of everything.

HabaraOida: Bob Dylan & Joan Baez - It Ain't Me Babe (Live 1964)

dylanfan8: Gotta Serve somebody Montgomery, Alabama Bob Dylan live 2022

Intuitiveifa: Rail Car, which Dylan describes as representing ‘perception and reality at the same time’, is installed on train tracks in a Provence vineyard.


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GaOhWeht: Tom T. Hall is right up there with Bob Dylan in greatest songwriters

RAoVqpOM2rRDW5q: ■445位 Bob Dylan/Visions of Johanna (1966年)

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fukudatakahiro2: Bob Dylan - Something There Is About You (Official Audio)

mattkennedyshow: Bob Dylan - Hurricane (Live on PBS, 1975) [RARE ORIGINAL AUDIO]

dylanfan8: Bob Dylan Not Dark Yet Remake with Ethan Johns Band

dylanfan8: Bob Dylan Rare Phenomenal "Everything Is Broken" HD On Set.

Sobsrocx: Make You Feel My Love by Bob Dylan

dylanfan8: Bob Dylan - Robinson Center Music Hall, Little Rock, AR, USA Sep 8th 1992

RazorlightBot: Well put it this way. Compared to the Razorlight album, (Bob) Dylan is making the chips. I’m drinking Champagne.

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AlanHFraser: "1964 There & Then - Original Hits By The Original Artists" [Various Artists] - 2009 Sony Music Canada compilation CD in card sleeve with Chimes Of Freedom from "Another Side Of Bob Dylan".

LondonPeaky: You call yourself what you want to call yourself. This is the land of the free. Bob Dylan

JeanVal26536332: Bob Dylan - Watching the River Flow:

dylanboogie4: dylan esta escuchando Natural Mystic de Bob Marley & The Wailers

dylanboogie4: dylan esta escuchando Redemption Song de Bob Marley & The Wailers

dylanboogie4: dylan esta escuchando Could You Be Loved de Bob Marley & The Wailers

AlbumReviewBot: Bob Dylan - Bringing it All Back Home (1965): Here we have a fresh new Swiss multi-instrumentalist that specialises in dark ambient. Think Annie Lennox or classic Courtney Love. ★★★★☆

60sPsychJukebox: Bob Neuwirth, Folk Figure of 1960s and Beyond, Influence on Bob Dylan and Co-Writer of ‘Mercedes Benz,’ Dies at 82

ThisTrainIsLost: Bob Dylan - You're a Big Girl Now (Live at Hughes Stadium, Ft. Collins, CO, May 1976)

DzidraMitchell: bob dylan a hard rain And what will you do now, my blue-eyed son?

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crockpics: Bob Dylan at the Mariposa Folk Festival, 1972.

okbot1997: Any day now, Any day now I shall be released I Shall Be Released / Bob Dylan

jacket_radio: Now playing on Jacket Radio: Bob Dylan - The Times They Are A-Changin'

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fortunatefall03: Live Music Lineup: Fiddles, banjos and Bob Dylan's boy - Press Herald

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onionhoneymusic: Banjo church: Duo Mode this morning! We're playing a brand new, never-before-heard Onion Honey tune this morning alongside hits by June Carter and Bob Dylan and Gillian Welch and all the usual suspects. Link!

adamsguild: Check out Traveling Wilburys 1980s Promotional Paper Bag ( George Harrison Bob Dylan Etc)

imclownbabey: Valter taught me love, Pennywise taught me patience, Bob Dylan taught me pain

HCTSong: Robbie Robertson's anthem follows wonderful covers of Bob Dylan's You Got To Serve Somebody, Buddy Miller's Wide River To Cross and Nina Simone's I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free. This Could Be The Last Time (turned into a hit by the Rolling Stones) is another standout

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streetsoftrnto: Historical Sunday is back! Today we’re visiting the South facing side of Yonge & Dundas in 1964. On the left is the bar Friar’s where Bob Dylan met "Levon and the Hawk’s", later changed to, "The Band". This corner later became home to the iconic Hard Rock Cafe, now a Shoppe

MugginsMcS: Reminder: Bob Dylan's albums of covers/re-imaginings are just as legitimate as the albums that are written by him alone.

legrand_greg: Bob Dylan - Everybody Must Get Stoned

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H61Radio: Bob Dylan/Joan Baez - 6-With God on Our Side

terrybr90233461: Now playing Tell Me, Momma - Live at Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK - May 17, 1966 by Bob Dylan!

terrybr90233461: Now playing Tough Mama by Bob Dylan!

dylyricus: It all boils down to class & privilege The rich man & the poor man don't sleep underneath the same bridge JOKERMAN... Bob Dylan

tywilc: This might be the best Bob Dylan album

dylyricus: Living like a madman suffering from love, polluted by nothing & reciting Keats and Shelley Your life has been just a series of deaths - you played Hamlet, played MacBeth & you've played Macciavelli ...JOKERMAN Bob Dylan

ShabaParo: “How many roads must a man walk down Before you call him a man? How many seas must a white dove sail Before she sleeps in the sand? Yes, and how many times must the cannonballs fly Before they're forever banned? -Bob Dylan (Song: Blowin in the Wind)

TrysReddick: Bob Dylan - Guess I'm Doing Fine

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KennedysThe: Bob Dylan songs: The ones we know by heart. The rarely heard gems. Today we invite you to join us for our 3rd Annual Bob Dylan Birthday Special. We’ll be doing all different songs from the ones we played the past 2 years. Sun May 22 2pm EST YouTube:

crockpics: Bob Dylan in New York, 1965.

GothVille: "The loser now Will be later to win For the times they are a-changin" Bob Dylan

Ritmanblu: Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Discuss New LP of Bob Dylan Covers: Interview

dean_frey: Bob Dylan was at Aznavour's show: "I saw him in sixty-something, at Carnegie Hall, & he just blew my brains out. I went there with somebody who was French, not knowing what I was getting myself into" Bob sings Aznavour's "The Times We've Known", 1998

nytimes: Bob Neuwirth, a painter, filmmaker, recording artist and songwriter who played a role in the careers of Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin, died on Wednesday in California. He was 82.

NathalieO5: Robbie Robertson and Richard Manuel during Bob Dylan 1966 tour.

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ClancyReports: Bob Neuwirth, Colorful Figure in Dylan’s Circle, Dies at 82

isaidenevenreal: Call me when Bob Dylan writes “Beer on the Tracks”

H61Radio: Bob Dylan & The Band - Roll On Train

Wildaboutmusic: Bob Dylan had his Bar Mitzvah 68 years ago Sunday. In Bob's honor, I will be playing my beloved copy of his "Slow Train Coming" album backwards all weekend.

vinylvanity1: Did Bob Dylan have to share with the Tuning Room when he played with the Rolling Stones in Buenos Aires? Regardless, the whole band and Bob signed the sign!

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acousticUSA: Bob Neuwirth, Folk Singer-Songwriter Who Had Profound Impact on Bob Dylan, Dead at 82

dylyricus: I Saw A Cadillac Grind along Third Avenue In The Wee Hours of Time And it Was cursing the World As if It had no Soul - Dylan

JordanMBKing: Bob Dylan’s 1970 LP New Morning doesn’t often get brought up in conversation, but it’s one of my go-to Dylan albums. If Not for You, Sign On the Window, and Time Passes Slowly are among the greatest songs in Dylan’s repertoire, and his piano playing on the album is beautiful too.

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KZSCspins: Bob Dylan - Talkin' World War III Blues (The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan)

feeonline: Fifteen years before publication of Solzhenitsyn’s most famous work, a 22-year-old Bob Dylan gleaned a startling truth about good and evil.

brendanshowbiz: "Bob Dylan is an asshole. He sits there and writes." – Patrick Watson talking about how hard it is for him to write lyrics & so it's a bit irritating to see someone like Dylan who whips off songs in a matter of minutes. Only on High Fidelity, The Podcast.

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HieronymusLush: "Like a christian Bob Dylan, lord I'm so confused"

kmflett: Bob Dylan is 81 this week but so is one of his key mentors Martin Carthy. The two worked together in London in 1962, sixty years ago

leebonnie2707: Jodie: “Bod Dylan was here a few weeks ago” Bob Dylan

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theHellen_: American singer Bob Dylan "My grandmother was from Trabzon," he says in the first volume of the trio of books about his life. Dylan explains in his book that his grandparents came from Trabzon to Odessa, a port city in Southern Russia, and then to America.

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