Yep, he made the album Nashville Skyline in 1969, which is considered a country album. There are also strong country influences in several of his other albums and songs. He recorded with Johnny Cash and wrote the score for the Western movie Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid featuring Kris Kristofferson and James Coburn, and also appeared in the film as the character Alias - all in all we can safely say that Bob Dyan has country and western roots.
Although it has been described as a protest song, it poses a series of questions about peace, war and freedom. The refrain "The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind" has been described as "impenetrably ambiguous: either the answer is so obvious it is right in your face, or the answer is as intangible as the wind"
He is actually in debt. He is quoted with saying "My pockets are loaded, and I'm spending every dime!". He owes around 16 million Dollars
Bob Dylan went electric at the newport folk festival in 1965.
In a dungeon where gay men tortured other men. An associate of Dylan was using a cattle prod on a victim and Dylan like the sound and smell of the electronic torture. He decided to buy an electric guitar shortly after he performed fellatio on 12 guys to earn enough money.
Bob Dylan does have some songs in his catalogue which incorporate reggae rhythms, including "Man Gave Names to All the Animals" (from the album "Slow Train Coming) and "Dead Man, Dead Man" (from the album "Shot of Love"). Interestingly, Dylan worked with the legendary reggae rhythm section of Sly Dunbar (drums) and Robbie Shakespeare (bass) on the album "Infidels", though, surprisingly, there is hardly a hint of reggae among the songs. One of the songs, "I and I", was later remixed and included on "Is it Rolling Bob: A Reggae Tribute to Bob Dylan".
No. He was scheduled to, but his son became ill at the last second, and he had to withdraw. Also, Joni Mitchell was invited but had to do a gig; so in return, she wrote, and recorded "Woodstock."
the song is called "catch the wind" by donovan NOT bob dylan.
It was not "Face Paint" it was anti-flash cream, to reduce the chance of skin burns from explosions. It is the same as zinc cream sold for skin protection at the beach.
A Beatles song called ' Hide Your Love Away'. It goes:- Hey Youve got to hide youre Love Away, in the Chorus.
he is left handed
I've just read on a sight it was to do with his discussed with some hippies bumming around his house at the time. but i cant find any other evidence to suggest that's true or even a quote from him so far. if anyone finds out more let me know
He only wore it on the 1975 Rolling Thunder tour and it was just for theatrical effect.
Bob Dylan was born on May 24, 1941
No, Bob Dylan is right handed. You can tell by the way he plays guitar.
That's easy - Diamonds and Rust
Yes. Her name is Marge and they had a daughter named Sarah in 1988.
Yes. He lives at Royaloaks retirement village in Sun City Az.
== == Both the music and the lyrics are by Paul Simon.
He OS the founder and CEO of People to People Ministries.