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Dylan’s Wedding song: the meaning of the music and the words

By Tony Attwood I have suggested that inside Planet Waves there is the winding road that leads to Tangled up in Blue, just as inside the Pat Garrett album there is the basis of Lily, Rosemary and the Jack if … Continue reading

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Going Going Gone: turning an ok song into one of the greatest moments in rock music

By Tony Attwood My relationship with this piece is one of the strangest of all Dylan songs – and it ain’t my fault.  It’s that Mr Zimmerman who kept re-writing the song, as (we are told) his marriage fell apart. … Continue reading

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Dylan in chaos: Never say goodbye

By Tony Attwood There is a website, which is widely known and respected among musicians as a place where the writers have taken infinite care to record in notation exactly what Dylan and his musicians have done in each song.  Indeed … Continue reading

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