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EDITORS’ NOTES

Bob Dylan forged the singer/songwriter template as we know it today. From protest songs that transcend the form, like “Blowin' In the Wind,” to the surreal avalanche of poetic imagery unfurled on the folk rock epic “Visions of Johanna,” he showed the world that pop music could truly mean something. And with burning, bluesy rockers like “Highway 61 Revisited,” he proved it could be a hell of a lot of fun, too. But few who followed him from his folkie beginnings could guess he'd one day croon Sinatra-associated standards like “The Night We Called It a Day.” Dylan always keeps ‘em guessing.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bob Dylan forged the singer/songwriter template as we know it today. From protest songs that transcend the form, like “Blowin' In the Wind,” to the surreal avalanche of poetic imagery unfurled on the folk rock epic “Visions of Johanna,” he showed the world that pop music could truly mean something. And with burning, bluesy rockers like “Highway 61 Revisited,” he proved it could be a hell of a lot of fun, too. But few who followed him from his folkie beginnings could guess he'd one day croon Sinatra-associated standards like “The Night We Called It a Day.” Dylan always keeps ‘em guessing.

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