Dylan: Mr Tambourine Man (1964)

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Forty-five years ago. I was ten years old when this took place. Had I even heard of Bob Dylan? My first Dylan album was The Times They Are A’Changin’, the title song of which I would sing at the top of my still unbroken voice until my parents lost their temper with me and told me to shut up or they’d leave me wherever the car happened to be. This was a Byrds song though, and I didn’t hear Dylan do it until years later. It’s wonderful. I’m awed. Again.

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One Response to Dylan: Mr Tambourine Man (1964)

  1. Rob Spence says:

    Not bad 45 years later, eh? I was nine for most of 1964. My first Bob was Bringing it All Back Home, the following year. Achingly cool sleeve!

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