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April 23, 2008

“My friend’s wife is a really bad cook. I broke a tooth on her coffee”

Early_dylan “America is certainly the great melting pot. Where else could someone like Slim Gaillard sing a tribute to matzoh balls and gefilte fish? It’s the kind of thing that makes me proud to be an American. Sing it, Slim.”

People have long wondered what goes on in Bob Dylan’s mind. But if you pay attention to what he says and plays on his XM satellite-radio program, Theme Time Radio Hour, you can actually get a pretty good idea. Inside Dylan’s brain. (From J-Walk)

A German art gallery in the town of Chemnitz mounts the first-ever exhibition of water-color and gouache paintings by Bob Dylan

4/24 Update: A slide show of the art, and the story behind it found on “Intelligent Travel”

11 year old Korean guitarist Sungha Jung plays an arrangement of All Along the Watchtower

The most of early Dylan

Bruce Springsteen sings ‘Trapped’

A Huge Depository of Unusual Dylan Links Here

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proud to be an American?

hello Katrina? hello baghdad? hello afghanistan bye bye nature?

Europe rocks tha house.

Posted by: hemaworstje at Apr 23, 2008 1:16:55 PM

Here's the back story on how Dylan happened to have an exhibition of his artwork at the Art Museum in Chemnitz:

Posted by: Marilyn Terrell at Apr 24, 2008 4:07:27 AM

As a die hard Bob fan, I say thank you! This post made my day. PS. Love that quote "The harmonica is the worlds best selling musical instrument. You're welcome"!!!! Awesome! Thanks so much Mr. Grow a Brain!

Posted by: Laura at Apr 24, 2008 5:55:04 PM

Hello Silvio's -

i illustrated a Bob & Jakob Dylan Concert poster, in Eugene, Oregon.
CLICK HERE http://users.rio.com/bamm/illustrationISM/dylans.html
tell me what you think of it!

Posted by: illustrationISM at Oct 29, 2008 4:47:21 PM