Musical palate cleanser, Nobel Prize edition

Well, this.

Hells, yeah.


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14 responses to “Musical palate cleanser, Nobel Prize edition

  1. DC Weez

    Well deserved! Congrats Bob!


  2. Noonan

    “Idiot wind
    Blowing like a circle around my skull,
    From the Grand Coulee Dam to the Capitol”


  3. Dylan is the man. Period. My favorite musician by far. Congrats.


  4. TNlogdawg

    The best song writer and poet of the last century! The list of Great songs is endless


  5. RugbyDawg79

    God said to Abraham give me a son, Abe said man you must be putting me on


  6. HVL Dawg

    Tangled up in Blue is so good.

    My 2nd favorite is Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts


  7. glc55dawg

    absolutely awesome artist from a magical time in music….


  8. Scorpio Jones, III

    Tangled up in Blue is played at each meeting of the Kharmic Bitchez Association for the Torment of Georgia Fans (KBATGF). All Along the Watchtower is the closing music.


  9. Derek

    About 50 years overdue.


  10. Normaltown Mike

    If Not For You reads like a sonnet by Shakespeare

    The rim shot on “Like a Rolling Stone” is still unbeatable


  11. AthensHomerDawg

    Last saw Dylan a few years back in South Cacalacky. Outdoor amphitheater. Name slips my mind. Dylans voive has grown raspy…even mire so. Band was Tight! Went with my youngest son. Father/son thing. His senior year at UGa.
    Enjoyed a seafood spread, saw the concert ignored the few sprinkles of rain that visited our venue. BF the next morning and on the ride back we talked about Dylan concerts I had been to.
    As he got out of the car to go about his day he turned and said ” Thanks Dad. Thanks a lot. You know…I think your generation had the best cars and the best music.”


  12. This one with Charlie Daniels in the studio band.


  13. Lily, Rosemary, and the Jack of Hearts. My favorite, followed by Stuck inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again. Lily, Rosemary, and the Jack of Hearts is the best song I ever heard in telling a story. could have made the song into a movie.