Dylan Bob - definition of Dylan Bob by The Free Dictionary
Dy·lan (dĭl′ən), Bob Originally Robert Allen Zimmerman. Born 1941.
American singer and songwriter who gained fame for his protest songs in the folk tradition, such as "Blowin' in the Wind" (1963), and for bringing poetic depth to rock 'n' roll with songs such as "Like a Rolling Stone" (1965).
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Bob Dylan in Dublin Street on May 14, 1966 - one of a series of | |pictures taken by Barry Feinstein for his book, Early Dylan Bob
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THE TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGING - BOB DYLAN Bob
captured the sixties society transition very well in this tune.
1967 John Wesley Harding by Bob Dylan BOB
Dylan's eighth studio album marked his return to acoustic music and traditional roots.