Anthology of American Folk Music

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August 14, 2005

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Jim Mello

Nice detective work. I think your thesis reinforces the thesis of the book Dylan: The Performance Years, i.e., that Dylan's recorded works need to be seen as an adjunct to his performances not the other way around; and therefore, it makes sense that other musicians' performances would influence him more than recordings. Right on!

r carter

pretty interesting ... i think world gone wrong and good as i been too you are really gems and tell us more about bob than people realize ... excellent read. thanks alot ... rc

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