Bob Dylan was honored by MusiCares, the charity organization that aids musicians in need, at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Friday night. After performances by artists including Tom Jones, Sheryl Crow, Neil Young, Beck, Jackson Browne and others, Dylan himself took a rare opportunity in the spotlight to deliver a 30-plus-minute acceptance speech.
Bob Dylan accepted the MusiCares Person Of The Year award from ex president Jimmy Carter, both figures shared their thoughts on what the organization does ...
Article By Tom Teicholz who was at Musicares the night Dylan spoke
List of songs with Songfacts entries for Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan Lyrics, Songs, Albums. User comments below opining on the meaning of the songs.
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In the liner notes for his album Biograph, written by Cameron Crowe, Bob Dylan said the following about this song: “This was definitely a song with a purpose. It was influenced of
Originally written in 1962, Bob Dylan's civil rights anthem still hits hard 50 years later. NPR's Brian Naylor tells the story of the song's origins.
Understanding Bob Dylan, by acclaimed author Tony Beck, reveals a dramatically new perspective on the lyrics of legendary poet singer Bob Dylan.
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Earlier today in Stockholm, Sweden, the Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to musician Bob Dylan for "having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition." The nod to Dylan came as a surprise, but ask the Dylan aficionados and they'll tell you the value of his poetic expressions.
This article appeared after he won the Nobel Prize. A good article on five classic songs. Some of the video links are unavailable.
Bob Dylan, a fierce and uncompromising poet whose writing, for 50 years and counting, still crackles with relevance, should win the Nobel Prize in Literature. Following these excerpts from songs written by Bob Dylan, I offer my views on why the lyrics deserve literary praise.