"Like a Rolling Stone" is a classic today, but it flummoxed a young Bob Dylan in the studio. Newly released outtakes reveal where the song started and how it dramatically transformed.
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Kevin Dolan is a DCU student of Marie-Louise O’Donnell.
For one of his projects, he decided to tell the story of Bob Dylan’s 1965 song, "Like A Rolling Stone" and its impact on him as a teenager. Music/Poetry Used:
"Like A Rolling Stone", Bob Dylan (album version and Live At The Hollywood Bowl)
"I Shall Be Free", Bob Dylan
"Howl", Allen Ginsberg
"Rollin’ Stone", Muddy Waters
"Lost Highway", Bob Dylan, Joan Baez
A new documentary from Minnesota Public Radio News explores Bob Dylan’s Minnesota roots and how they influenced the evolution of his music.
Dylan spent his formative years in Minnesota; he was born in Duluth and raised in Hibbing. He became a folksinger in Minneapolis. A new documentary from Minnesota Public Radio News explores Dylan’s Minnesota roots and how they influenced the evolution of his music.
In the documentary, you will hear from Leroy Hoikkala who played the drums in Dylan’s high school band, the Golden Chords. Long-time friend Dick Cohn describes Dylan playing risqué rhythm and blues in St. Paul basements when he was a teenager.
Marilyn Matheny talks about Dylan finding his voice as a folksinger in the Minneapolis community of Dinkytown. Plus you’ll hear the story of St. Paul native Larry Kegan who was one of Dylan’s closest friends.
As Bob Dylan’s 70th birthday approaches, Emmy the Great and the Guardian’s Stephen Moss join guest presenter John Harris in choosing their favourite Dylan tracks