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Bob Dylan

Never Played Watchtower Before

Never Played Watchtower Before

Musician DØVYDAS likes to take requests during live shows. But when he was asked to play All Along the Watchtower, he had apparently never played it before. So what’s a talented musician to do? Look up the tabs on his smartphone, then perform it anyhow.

Bob Dylan at 20

Bob Dylan at 20

“The song was there before me, before I came along.” Blank on Blank animated an excerpt from a 1962 interview with a then 20-year-old Bob Dylan, who had yet to release an album. He talks about working at a carnival, writing songs, and more. Full interview here.

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Bob Dylan’s Hotline Bling

Bob Dylan’s Hotline Bling

Jimmy Fallon dusts off his uncanny Bob Dylan impression to cover Drake’s transcendent hip hop single Hotline Bling to the tune of Positively 4th Street. The flowered hat is a nice touch, even though it looks awful on Jimmy.

Bob Dylan: The Cutting Edge 1965-66

Bob Dylan: The Cutting Edge 1965-66

The 12th volume of Bob Dylan’s Bootleg series, The Cutting Edge 1965-1966 features unreleased songs and outtakes from that miraculous 14-month period in which Dylan recorded Bringing It All Back Home, Highway 61 Revisited and Blonde on Blonde. Also on digital.

Subterranean Facebook Blues

Subterranean Facebook Blues

Vimeographer FrinterGarden and his cohorts dug through Facebook to find people’s names that sound like the lyrics of Bob Dylan’s classic Subterranean Homesick Blues. Some of them are a stretch, but we still appreciate the effort.

Bob Dylan Plays for One Man

Bob Dylan Plays for One Man

As part of a social experiment, a lifelong Bob Dylan fan is given the opportunity to see his idol perform with no one else but him in the audience. Would the experience be better if there were other people watching? More here.

Like a Rolling Stone Video

Like a Rolling Stone Video

Almost 50 years after the release of Bob Dylan’s first electric single, Like A Rolling Stone finally has a music video and an interactive one at that. Flick through the different ‘stations’ for a different experience every time you watch.

Together Through Life

Together Through Life

Bob Dylan’s Together Through Life is his 46th album; the LA Times says it earns him the right to do “whatever the bejeezus he wants.” It’s direct, visceral and great for fans and neophytes alike.

Oris Bob Dylan Watch

Oris Bob Dylan Watch

In advance of musical legend Bob Dylan’s latest album, Together Through Life, Oris has released a limited edition Rectangular model; it’s engraved with his portrait on the case back.

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