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So I started listening to this Bob Dylan feller....

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Skold  
5 Jun 2008 15:10 | Quote
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The man's a fucking master of his craft, I tell yer what. Finally, I can listen to something other than Oasis and The Beatles (not that I don't love both, I just wanna hear something new).
CaseyJones  
5 Jun 2008 15:41 | Quote
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bob dylan is the man, i mean he can kick as at both folk music and at electric. he is one AMAZING!! song writer
EMB5490  
5 Jun 2008 15:42 | Quote
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his voice is like fingernails on a chalck board, but his poem and musci writing ablibity: unbeatable.
Skold  
5 Jun 2008 15:49 | Quote
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Yeah, I've listened to "I Want You", "Mr. Tambourine Man", "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright" and I already think he's the bollocks.
GRX40  
5 Jun 2008 16:05 | Quote
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I like Mr. Tambourine Man as well, but my other favorites by him are "Like a Rolling Stone" and "Desolation Row".
CaseyJones  
5 Jun 2008 17:30 | Quote
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some of the best are "Like a rolling stone" "Mr. Tambourine man" "These times are a changing" "Hurricane" and others
telecrater  
5 Jun 2008 17:57 | Quote
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I'm a huge dylan fan :)

I think he is also every under rated. Hendrix believe it or not loved his songs. Who do you think wrote all along the watch tower? He is an amazing composers and songwriter. I know people don't really get into him because of his voice and especially now that hes gotten older but the man still rocks, his last 3 albums still charted on billboards in very high position and i think one even knock of mrs. spears for #1. pretty darn good for an old man who can't sing!!!!
Phip  
5 Jun 2008 18:01 | Quote
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Skoldy, Skoldy, Skoldy,
I'm proud of you boy!
you've discovered arguably the best lyric writer of all times and all genders. Dylan is the master!
Blowin' in the wind is one of his best......
How many roads must a man walk down
Before you call him a man?
Yes, 'n' how many seas must a white dove sail
Before she sleeps in the sand?
Yes, 'n' how many times must the cannon balls fly
Before they're forever banned?
The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind,
The answer is blowin' in the wind.

How many times must a man look up
Before he can see the sky?
Yes, 'n' how many ears must one man have
Before he can hear people cry?
Yes, 'n' how many deaths will it take till he knows
That too many people have died?
The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind,
The answer is blowin' in the wind.

How many years can a mountain exist
Before it's washed to the sea?
Yes, 'n' how many years can some people exist
Before they're allowed to be free?
Yes, 'n' how many times can a man turn his head,
Pretending he just doesn't see?
The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind,
The answer is blowin' in the wind.
Phip  
5 Jun 2008 18:04 | Quote
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There's something else to be said about Dylan and most of the GREAT lyric writers............they all were deep into reading poetry early in their careers.
Something to consider for those of us who aspire to write.
EMB5490  
5 Jun 2008 18:05 | Quote
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lol phip i feel a obsecian going on here lol.
Phip  
5 Jun 2008 18:16 | Quote
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@EMB
Yeah, I don't think there is anyone who consistently writes as well as Dylan. If you get a chance watch "NO DIRECTION HOME" it will probably be on PBS this month (it's beg month) or you can prob rent it. It's a must see.
CaseyJones  
5 Jun 2008 18:23 | Quote
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i think dylan was one of the greatest minds the music business has ever, and probably will ever see. No direction home is an amazing film,, you should also watch, im not there, its bob dylan portraid in so many different formats. His poetic ability and metaphorims are amazing. and he has had such an influences on greats such as clapton and hendrix. he is very underrated. When he dies it will be a sad for the world.
Phip  
5 Jun 2008 18:27 | Quote
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@CaseyJones,
Woa big guy, have you heard something we haven't heard???
You're talkin' bout him like he's Ted Kennedy or something!
On a funny note Dylan has a grandson and he went to the kids school and played for the class. the kids wanted to know who the old guy was that sang all those depressing songs! LOL
EMB5490  
5 Jun 2008 18:33 | Quote
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w8, i saw a vid about him. a movie tht is. idk if wer talk bout same thing, mine was rather hard to follow, flashes back and foward. multiple actors play him at stages of his life, and then he plays him at the end. he starts as aa black kid on a train with an acoustic guitar, singing where he goes, just roaming along. then a women actor plays him at his drug years.
Phip  
5 Jun 2008 18:37 | Quote
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EMB put down the crack pipe!
BodomBeachTerror  
5 Jun 2008 18:50 | Quote
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Rofl!
CaseyJones  
5 Jun 2008 18:57 | Quote
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@EMB yea thats Im Not There, it jsut came out, it uses diffent actors with the roles of fictional characters to show all the diffent sides of his life
Phip  
5 Jun 2008 19:02 | Quote
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@CaseyJones
NO kidding, it's for real? I thought the kid bumped his head against a rock and was seeing things!
This doesn't sound like a movie i'd like. was it any good??
CaseyJones  
5 Jun 2008 19:51 | Quote
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I thought it was good, it was really hard to follow at times. But if you know a good bit about B.D. it is an easy to understand movie that is very good
EMB5490  
5 Jun 2008 19:53 | Quote
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it was acctually a very good movie, its not widley known. i saw it at a private 3 cinema theature. its very...strange...fits dylan perfectly. its hard to follow, and at times u wonder who tht is, and its bob dylan each time, i saw it 3 times, first time i was like huh? then at end...ooooh, then the 3rd time i could follow it perfectly, it was a gr8 movie.
Phip  
5 Jun 2008 19:58 | Quote
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Well, maybe i'll pack the ole crack pipe and go see it!!!LOL
Steve Miller was on PBS last night! great concert. it's going to be on again this month i'm sure so look for it (that is if your local PBS is begging for money this month). they always show the good stuff when they are looking for bread.
EMB5490  
5 Jun 2008 20:28 | Quote
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i think some one owes som1 an appology lol (phip)
Phip  
5 Jun 2008 20:42 | Quote
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@EMB,
You are absolutely correct and i forgive you!!!
Arghhhh (evil pirate laugh)

Sorry little buddy, i thought you were halucinating!
EMB5490  
5 Jun 2008 21:07 | Quote
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ye...its not like i have alzheimers or som...w8...wut .com is this...who am i...where am i...what happend 2 ww11? im jk, alzhiemers s acctually a very sad disease, i knew som 1 who had it.
Doz  
6 Jun 2008 00:27 | Quote
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Don't know what's already been posted, but I especially like the Blood on the Tracks and Desire albums. One of my favourite tracks in general is from Blonde on Blonde though - Stuck Inside of Mobile of Mobile With the Memphis BLues Again - and that album has more and more I like aswell. I have easy access to Dylans stuff because my Dad has all his many, many, many albums.


And yeah, he is a master song writer.
Skold  
6 Jun 2008 00:29 | Quote
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Thing is, he doesn't seem to make a point of rhyming every single line. He just talks about things. It's brilliant, really.
JPBeausoleil  
6 Jun 2008 04:55 | Quote
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"Visions Of Johanna" & "Gates Of Eden" are 2 of my favorites, crazy mutherfu*@in lyrics!!! Check em out...
Doz  
6 Jun 2008 12:24 | Quote
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Skold: yeah, I love it when it's just more natural sounding. No forced rhymes. he does rhyme often though, but it works really well and is really descriptive.
EMB5490  
6 Jun 2008 14:17 | Quote
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Phip says:
Sorry little buddy


little??i bet im taller then u lol, im 5'10. lol, little, psh. lol.
ThePusher  
6 Jun 2008 14:39 | Quote
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I bet I'm taller than you EMB I'm 6'3''
Doz  
6 Jun 2008 14:48 | Quote
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Lol, it's not really a fair bet if he already put his height.
BodomBeachTerror  
6 Jun 2008 14:55 | Quote
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lol im like 5'3" maybe 4"
EMB5490  
6 Jun 2008 14:57 | Quote
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sheit! ur like a fking tree, taller then my dad..i just measured myself, im 5'11, or 5'10 and 3/4 lol.
Phip  
6 Jun 2008 15:09 | Quote
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@EMB
I always use "little buddy" as a term of friendship!
LOL



@EMB
Skold  
6 Jun 2008 15:09 | Quote
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"little buddy" generally refers to someone of a younger age than thyself. THE MOAR YOU KNOW!
CaseyJones  
6 Jun 2008 16:03 | Quote
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dude some of yall are like, fricken tall, im only like 5' 9"
Skold  
6 Jun 2008 16:04 | Quote
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Yeah, I'm about 5'8" - 5'10"
les_paul  
6 Jun 2008 17:41 | Quote
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6'2"
Phip  
6 Jun 2008 17:48 | Quote
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5'10" and shrinking..........
EMB5490  
6 Jun 2008 19:01 | Quote
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ye, les paul is at a good height, id want to be 6'2 no taller no shorter.
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