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Folksingers had been gathering around the fountain here on Sunday afternoons since the end of the Second World War and Dylan found the place delightful:
"Washington Square was a place where people you knew or met congregated every Sunday, and it was like a world of music... bongo drums, conga drums, saxophone players, xylophone players, drummers of all nations and nationalities, poets who would rant and rave from the statues. You know, those things don't happen any more, but back then, that was what was happening. It was all street..."
John Bauldie, Positively 4th Street Revisited, Q 104 (May 1995), p. 56.
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