Bob Dylan- Mr. Tambourine Man (Live at the Newport Folk Festival. 1964) http://www.bobdylan.com/us/home

Bob Dylan- Mr. Tambourine Man (Live at the Newport Folk Festival. 1964) http://www.bobdylan.com/us/home

Rock’s Most Inscrutable Lyrics, As Interpreted By SongMeanings – Flavorwire

Rock’s Most Inscrutable Lyrics, As Interpreted By SongMeanings

Rock’s Most Inscrutable Lyrics, As Interpreted By SongMeanings – Flavorwire

"Take care of all your memories. For you cannot relive them." Bob Dylan,  American singer-songwriter. Dylan is considered an key influential icon in popular music and culture.

"Take care of all your memories. For you cannot relive them." Bob Dylan, American singer-songwriter. Dylan is considered an key influential icon in popular music and culture.

Best version of Knockin on heavens door - With Bob Dylan & Mark Knopfler- Dunblane Massacre version. March 13, 1996.

Best version of Knockin on heavens door - With Bob Dylan & Mark Knopfler- Dunblane Massacre version. March 13, 1996.

Knockin' On Heaven's Door - Bob Dylan - YouTube http://youtu.be/-jPg2M1UYgU   Iconic musician, great song! Very very beginning, first very seconds of guitar sound, my first thought was it sounds similar to (maybe an influence or coincidence) to one of Foo Fighters songs "Congregation" then style of singing lyrics, style of pronunciation of each word of lyrics&vibe of both instrumental&vocal, seem to me to have a similar style (or maybe coincidental or my own perspective;part of beauty of…

Knockin' On Heaven's Door - Bob Dylan - YouTube http://youtu.be/-jPg2M1UYgU Iconic musician, great song! Very very beginning, first very seconds of guitar sound, my first thought was it sounds similar to (maybe an influence or coincidence) to one of Foo Fighters songs "Congregation" then style of singing lyrics, style of pronunciation of each word of lyrics&vibe of both instrumental&vocal, seem to me to have a similar style (or maybe coincidental or my own perspective;part of beauty of…

Bob Dylan at O'Henry's a wonderful old cafe at 4th Street & 6th Avenue in Greenwich Village (long gone)

Bob Dylan at O'Henry's a wonderful old cafe at 4th Street & 6th Avenue in Greenwich Village (long gone)

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