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“They’re selling postcards of the hanging….” (a.k.a Me & Bob)

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

Blowing In The Wind

Local Access: Mark Howell, Lisa Saunders & Me TV (w/ video)

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


Watch "The Rolling Stones - Like A Rolling Stone (Music Video)" on YouTube

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


June 16th - First rollercoaster opened on Coney Island- "Like a rolling stone"

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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1960′s Historic & Classic Rock Albums . . . . . . . . . . BOB DYLAN . . . Greatest Hits . . . 1967 . . . . . . . Album Track Gem: Like a Rolling Stone . . . 8/30/65

from Highway 61 Revisited – August 30, 1965… 693 more words

1960's And 1970's Culture Archives

Favorites: Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited

I’m an unapologetic Bob Dylan fan.  I’ll even listen to the crappy late ’70s/early ’80s born-again Christian albums that everyone agrees are absolute crap.  But my favorite, the one that I could listen to over and over again for the rest of my days, the one that would be in my “Desert Island Discs” top ten, is… 161 more words


Career Best: Bob Dylan's Best Songs

We’ve covered Dylan’s Top 12 Albums, so let’s move on to Dylan’s songs. I have to be honest though- the record companies have done a good job of fully cataloging Dylan’s career by releasing countless live albums and collections of all the different versions of even the deep cuts on his albums. 1,582 more words