TABLE OF CONTENTS
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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(now The Washington Square Hotel)
163 Waverly Place
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After spending time sleeping on floors and taking whatever hospitality was offered to him by concerned mother substitutes and occasional girlfriends, Dylan lived here (it's since been renamed the Washington Square Hotel) for a short while, in room 305, as did Ramblin' Jack Elliott (room 312) and Red Indian folksinger Peter LaFarge (room 306), an unpaid bodyguard and composer of The Ballad of Ira Hayes, famously recorded by Johnny Cash and by Dylan himself. LaFarge was later to commit suicide in Liam Clancy's bathtub, in an apartment on Sullivan Street.
John Bauldie, Positively 4th Street Revisited, Q 104 (May 1995), p. 56.
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