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How influential was Bob Dylan in the 60's
a person posted on Facebook that they didn't think Bob Dylan was influential in the 60's so all you old folks like me,chime in on this question.
Bob Dylan may not have been the most talented singer of the 1960's, but he was definitely the most influential in terms of political artistry. Not only was he one of the greatest lyricists of our time, but he possessed a voice that stood for the generation. He wasn't preoccupied with success or popularity, he simply wanted to play music. And his music conveyed the message that young Americans can have a strong voice that should be heard. He was a poet at heart, with passion and perseverance. I don't see how anyone can say he wasn't influential!!
I have had an interest in folk music since sometime in the 1950's nd like such artists as Oscar Brand and Burl Ives. I was not overly interested in Dylan but as soon as I mention folk music in the 1960's people would assume I was a Dylan fan.
by thirdmillenium8 years ago
Is he still relevant?
by ThunderKeys7 years ago
How do you explain Bob Dylan?What are your thoughts?
by Gareth Pritchard6 years ago
Bob Dylan V's Leonard CohenI am interested to know what the general population think, which one writes the best songs?
by Michelle Liew4 years ago
What are the characteristics of music from the 1960s?
by damian00005 years ago
Very simply... what is your favourite Bob Dylan song?I love "It's all over now Baby Blue", "Knocking on Heaven's Door", "It's all right ma (I'm only bleeding)", "Like a Rolling...
by BritishRock7 years ago
1. The Beatles - Sgt Peppers Lonely Bands Club.This is the eight studio album from the iconic Beatles the album spent 27 weeks at the top of the UK charts and fifteen weeks at the top of the American Billboard charts....
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