Yesterday, while outside with my old dachshund, Nikolaus, I saw this old dandelion.
It stood trembling in the soft spring breeze, holding its seeds tight under its parachute sphere, and I thought 497 more words
Al Palabam di Mantova si è tenuta l’esibizione sold-out del menestrello di Duluth, all’interno del “neverending tour”. In una scenografia calda ed essenziale, il Premio Nobel per la Letteratura ha offerto uno spettacolo di rara bellezza, adatto ai fan incalliti e agli appassionati di musica, dove non c’è stato spazio per l’effetto nostalgia o per il conformismo delle star del rock. 591 more words
After warming up with his debut album, Dylan truly arrived with The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan in 1963. Featuring all original compositions (save one track), it contains some of Dylan’s most enduring songs, from “Blowin’ in the Wind,” which would become an anthem of the 60s in all its various protests, to the righteous fury of “Masters of War,” to the foreboding of “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall,” to the melancholy breakup song “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right,” his development as a songwriter is really stunning here. 475 more words