I haven’t had a chance to browse through the material on this site, but I will. Looks promising! The Dylan Review
Every feel the need to track down a Dylan lyric to it’s blues roots? Check out the concordance below. Prewar Blues and Bob Dylan – A Concordance
Most serious Dylan fans know that his lyrics are heavily influenced by the Bible. Bert Cartwright published one of the first books on the subject (long out-of-print). Check out the link below to read-up on Damian Balassone’s efforts to do the same.
I have visited this site in many years, but I thought some readers might be interested. It’s a value site, I hope it doesn’t go away. The fact that it’s on the old GeoCities platform is not a good sign. Film Dialogue in the Lyrics of Bob Dylan
I need to see this. Perhaps my favorite president, the “last president who wasn’t afraid to tell us what he didn’t want to hear”, includes an interview with Dylan.
The owner of The Bitter End has died. Link below to NY Time obituary.
Below is an article posted to Facebook Edlis Cafe group. Must reading. “Dylan” – from Cheetah, 1967 I Nearly two years ago, Bob Dylan had a motorcycle accident. Reports of his condition were vague, and he dropped out of sight. Publication of his book, Tarantula, was postponed indefinitely. New records appeared, but they were …
Although I know the history of the 60’s folk movement pretty well, I had never heard of the “Beatnik Riot” of 1961. To mark the 50th anniversary NPR did a piece on it. Link to the documentary, “Bloody Sunday” below.
Story of how Dylan came to participate in the Isle of Wright Festival.
Izzy Young ran the Folklore Center in Greenwich Village back in the early sixties. Dylan and all the folk singers knew him well.