Blowin' in the wind: Lost interviews hold new Dylan insights
For nearly half a century, they were blowin' in the wind: lost interviews that contained surprising new insights about celebrated singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. Transcripts of the 1971 interviews with the late American blues artist Tony Glover and letters the two friends exchanged have surfaced at a Boston auction house. They reveal that Dylan changed his name because he worried about anti-Semitism and wrote Lay Lady Lay for actress Barbra Streisand. Some of the 37 typed pages contain handwritten notes...
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