Mr. Dylan, Where are you. We patiently wait your emergence and words for, yet another, point of climax in our lives. #NobelLiterature
Mr. Jones, not Bob Dylan, he is certain to make straight-laced folks like Mr. Jones quite uncomfortable. White painted face, Dylan would walk on stage like a shaman, using his voice, harmonica, guitar, piano and hands to illustrate his written tales.
He wrote short lines, with every word meaning something, at first trying to change the world, picking on politics and also on enemies that are a little more familiar: the scene of high-society – pretty people who think they’ve got it made.
Dylan accepted the Medal of Freedom in 2012 from President Obama. He’s won 10 Grammy Awards, 1 Academy Award, 1 Golden Globe and a Pulitzer Prize.
“Mr. Tambourine Man” was the first time anyone put really good poetry on the radio, The Beatles hadn’t gotten there yet. He owns the rights to the greatest protest song of all time, “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall” (1963) and “The Times They…
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