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  • Avatar for El_Salvador7
    He might not be the best singer around, but he sure as hell has a true, honest and beautiful voice that many artist would be jealous of. You don't have to be a good singer to get your emotional message across, as long as you feel it.
  • Avatar for RAY7654321
    Listening to Mr Dylan's 3rd album "The times they are a-changin'" released January 13, 1964 two months after Kennedy was assassinated. From the Only Solitaire Review: Apparently, Mr. Zimmerman was experiencing lots of indirect pressure from his folk music colleagues (and folks down at the record company as well) who wanted to have him put forth a real protest song album - you know, no obscure metaphorical shite like 'A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall', too artsy and indirect to be appreciated by those whoe believed in music as a political instrument. Bobbie, then, who was writing songs at a dozen per cigarette and already had a good batch of protest songs in store at the time of release of Freewheelin', was quite willing to oblige. And that's exactly what you get - ten protest songs with straightahead, generic, unsophisticated (by Bob's own standards of 1964) lyrics.
  • Avatar for Storchel
    Looove it......
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  • Avatar for CursedEvil
    This is sooo cute!!
  • Avatar for FernandoVGP
    Adoro essa música ♥
  • Avatar for MrRetardization
    And a thousand miles..... BEHIND! Really love Rick Danko's vocals on that one
  • Avatar for ralfsu
    From the crossroads of my doorstep my eyes they start to fade, as I turn my head back to the room where my love and I have laid. An’ I gaze back to the street, the sidewalk and the sign - and I’m one too many mornings, an’ a thousand miles behind.
  • Avatar for seao111
    1966 Albert Hall version hits hard. The poetry in the lyrics is surreal

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