The middle entry in Dylan’s masterful mid-’60s trilogy packs all his electric-era essentials into a musical statement that helped define a generation.
In addition to original songs, there are covers of Bob Dylan and Fleetwood Mac.
The Amazon Music HD exclusive captures the “Porch Episode” of Young’s Fireside Sessions.
Legendary singer-songwriter also discusses how love is a drug.
The mendacious new ad employs the old silently-flipping-cards trope.
Taken from an upcoming 7-inch that also includes an old take on Nina Simone.
The YouTube archive also includes performances from Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, and Peter Gabriel.
She also snapped shots of David Bowie, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, and Nico, among others.
Playing songs befitting of our current moment, including a reworking of “Lookin’ for a Leader” to fit the 2020 presidential election.
Rough and Rowdy Ways sent him over the edge.
Legendary folk artist returns to his own material for the first time in eight years.
Dylan’s powers persist but feel slightly squandered on this forgettable return to original material.