English version after the Italian one
Like A Rolling Stone, Bob Dylan, 1965. Highway 61, o se vogliamo un singolo con The Gates of Eden come B-side (impensabile oggi). 1,554 more words
“The Mississippi – River road that brought the blues – to Minnesota”
Well, to begin with, I have never met Bob, but he has been in my life an awfully long time.
Of course before I ‘really’ heard him I knew of Blowing in the Wind, Don’t Think Twice, The times they are achangin’ and of course Like a Rolling Stone. 340 more words
Last week, I had the pleasure of co-hosting The Lisa Saunders Show—for the fourth time.
Years ago, the mere thought of that—shooting live in a studio, with the expectation of being witty and wise (or at least one of the two)—would have scared me into an absolute panic, albeit a painfully quiet one. 593 more words
“Like a Rolling Stone” is a 1965 song by the American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. Its confrontational lyrics originated in an extended piece of verse Dylan wrote in June 1965, when he returned exhausted from a grueling tour of England. 295 more words
In 1884, the first #rollercoaster opened on Coney Island in the USA. Here #Bob Dylan keeps us in a rolling mood with #Like a rolling stone. 486 more words
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BOB DYLAN’S GREATEST HITS – March 27, 1967
Album Track Gem – LIKE A ROLLING STONE
from Highway 61 Revisited – August 30, 1965… 693 more words