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03.01 Bob Dylan, born Robert Alan Zimmerman Born in Duluth, Minnesota (1941) “Blowin’ In The Wind” from his second album The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan ‘Peter Paul Mary’ version gains much fame “Mr. Tambourine Man” (1966); some good harmonica stuff Arrangement: 1) Chorus, 2) Verse 1 3) Chorus 4) Verse 2 5) Chorus 6) Verse 3 7) Chorus 8) Harmonica solo 9) Verse 4 10) Chorus 11) Harmonica solo Late 1964: he gives song to Jim McGuinn (The Byrds’ leader); who reworks the song and just uses Chorus, Verse 2, Chorus “All I Really Want To Do” (1964) ; the same whiny Bob Dylan voice but good stuff nonetheless Sonny + Cher, eventually leads to the Cher version Paul McCartney – Paris, spring 1965, buys a copy of Dylan’s Another Side of Bob Dylan
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Unformatted text preview: ; he and Lennon listen to it and they love it so John writes a song in the Dylan style called “I’m a Loser” John Lennon – “Norwegian Wood (this bird has flown)”; Bob Dylan writes a song called “Fourth Time Around” after hearing “Norwegian Wood” “All Along the Watchtower” (1968) ; from the album John Wesley Harding (after Dylan’s accident) The Joker and the Thief; (The Jester – Don McClean: mention of Bob Dylan in the song “American Pie”) The Jimi Hendrix Experience: reworked the song in the same year and records it on Electric Ladyland , 1968...
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