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BOB DYLAN LINKS
Official Bob Dylan Site
Links to other Dylan
(Bill Pagel's "Boblinks")
Jim Roemer's "Book of Bob"
complete collection of Dylan's lyrics)
Seth Kulick's 'Roots'
(roots of Bob's own compositions)
MY OTHER SITES:
HISTORY IN SONG
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I remember one afternoon [Apr 16, 1962] we were sitting in The Fat Black Pussycat drinking coffee, and Dylan started writing a song. He had his guitar and he was scribbling away, writing on a piece of paper. And he gave me his guitar and asked me to play various chords, while he worked on the words. When he finished it, we went over to Folk City and Bob played it for Gil Turner, who thought it was fantastic. And then Gil got up on the stage and played it for the audience, while Bob stood in the shadows at the bar. The song was "Blowin' In The Wind."
Quoted by John Bauldie, Positively 4th Street Revisited, Q, No. 104, May 1995, p. 56.
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