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Concert Review: Bob Dylan live at Forest Hills

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August 28th, 1965: Concert Review: Bob Dylan live at Forest Hills

Fifty years ago today, I got off a bus from camp at Union Square in New York City, handed my Dad my duffle bag and, with some other kids, hopped on the subway out to Forest Hills in Queens.

 
In April 1966 a group of South Australian journalists tried to interview Bob Dylan, listen here.

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April 22nd, 1966: In April 1966 a group of South Australian journalists tried to interview Bob Dylan, listen here.

​April 22nd, 1966 - While on tour in Australia, Bob Dylan sat down for a press conference with a room of journalists in Adelaide. Listen to the audio of the press conference at the bottom of this

 
10 Bob Dylan protest songs you've probably never heard

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September 18th, 1965: 10 Bob Dylan protest songs you've probably never heard

Here are ten pre-1965 unreleased Bob Dylan songs that protest the oppression of black people in America, war, boxing, mental health, prison, murder, and a Minnesotan reform school for boys.

 
'You know, I can't write like that any more.' Dylan's press conference in Austin, Texas.

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September 26th, 1965: "You know, I can't write like that any more." Dylan's press conference in Austin, Texas.

​September 24th, 1965 - Bob Dylan gave a press conference in Austin, Texas ahead of his concert at the Municipal Auditorium later that evening. Read a transcript of the press conference below.

 
John Hammond & The Hawks pave the way for Dylan's new sound

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John Hammond & The Hawks pave the way for Dylan's new sound

So Many Roads

In the spring of 1965, Vanguard Records released the album So Many Roads by blues singer John Hammond. It was the third album for Hammond, (son of legendary Columbia Records producer, John Hammond)

 
Odetta releases album of Dylan covers

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May 19th, 1966: Odetta releases album of Dylan covers

​In early 1965 Odetta recorded an album of entirely Bob Dylan covers Odetta Sings Dylan.

 
Dylan betrays folk music

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Dylan betrays folk music

Bringing It All Back Home

It’s March 22nd, 1965: I’m a die-hard Dylan fan, and that being the case, when I woke up this morning it felt like Christmas day.

 
Kanye, I’ma let you finish . . . But Bob Dylan made the best video of all time

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March 22nd, 1965: Kanye, I’ma let you finish . . . But Bob Dylan made the best video of all time

Dylan recorded “Subterranean Homesick Blues” on January 14, 1965, in Columbia Records’ Studio A on Seventh Avenue, NYC.

 
Dylan releases follow up to Bringing It All Back Home

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Dylan releases follow up to Bringing It All Back Home

Highway 61 Revisited

​It was a bright, sunny day and I was walking with my brother down the main street of our town, (a suburb of New York in northern New Jersey), when I saw what looked like a new Bob Dylan album

 
Donovan & Joan Baez live from the 1965 Newport Folk Festival

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July 23rd, 1965: Donovan & Joan Baez live from the 1965 Newport Folk Festival

​July 23rd, 1965 - Joan Baez headlined the first night of the 1965 Newport Folk Festival. Baez brought out an eighteen year-old Donovan during her set to perform his recent single "Colours."

 
'I've been up all night, I've taken some pills.' - Bob Dylan Interview in Stockholm

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April 28th, 1966: "I've been up all night, I've taken some pills." - Bob Dylan Interview in Stockholm

April 28th, 1966 - Bob Dylan arrived in Stockholm, Sweden for the first show of his European tour. Dylan met with journalist Klas Burling in a Stockholm hotel room.

 
'Just Like A Woman' - Watch Edie Sedgwick and Andy Warhol interview on the Merv Griffin Show

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December 8th, 1965: "Just Like A Woman" - Watch Edie Sedgwick and Andy Warhol interview on the Merv Griffin Show

October, 1965 - Andy Warhol and American socialite Edie Sedgwick sat down for an interview on the Merv Griffin Show in New York.

 
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