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Published on October 15, 2007

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The Life and Times of Bob Dylan:  The Life and Times of Bob Dylan “Don’t know how it all got started….”:  “Don’t know how it all got started….” Born: Robert Zimmerman May 24, 1941 Duluth, Minnesota Moves to Hibbing, at age 6 Video Clips: Rock Around the Clock; Ozzie & Harriet; History of Rock, Vol 4. Timeline:  Timeline 1945 1950 1955 1959 USSR negates Yalta and Potsdam agreements. Cold War begins. Sputnik Kennan’s “Long Telegram” Zimmerman family moves to Hibbing, MN The Berlin Airlift RZ turns 10 – starts playing piano N. Korea attacks McCarthy arises U-2 Incident Russian H bomb RZ graduates – registers for college “Talking New York City Blues…”:  “Talking New York City Blues…” Leaves for college In St. Paul /Minneapolis 1959 Plays clubs in Dinkytown Drops out Hitchhikes to NYC, December, 1960 Music in 1961:  Music in 1961 Chain Gang Save the Last Dance for Me Stay Shop Around Running Bear Teen Angel Cathy’s Clown Ally Oop Polkadot Bikini “Don’t know how it all got started….”:  “Don’t know how it all got started….” Meets Woody Guthrie Plays coffeehouses At the same time as Roger McGuinn, Dave Von Ronk, Tiny Tim…. Woody Guthrie “Don’t know how it all got started….”:  A review gets him noticed. John Hammond signs Dylan for an album of folk songs – “Don’t know how it all got started….” Bob Dylan :  Bob Dylan Sold all of 5000 copies originally News topics - 1961:  News topics - 1961 Bay of Pigs Freedom Riders attacked Berlin Wall Built First military troops sent to Viet Nam Peace Corps Birth Control Soviets Orbit Earth TV a “vast wasteland” Music in 1962:  Music in 1962 Breaking Up is Hard to Do Locomotion! Shelia Sherry Puff the Magic Dragon The Twist Duke of Earl Hey Baby! Johnny Angel I Can’t Stop Loving You Times (They are a-changing!):  Times (They are a-changing!) 1960 1961 1962 1963 Dec: Authorizes 16,000 for Saigon U-2 shot down over Russia Space Race begins Kennedy defeats Nixon April: Bay of Pigs ‘Invasion’ August: Confrontation in Berlin; the Wall Dylan hits NYC October 15: The Cuban Missile Crisis “13 days in which the world held its breath.” Pres. Kennedy Assassinated Quoting Bob…:  Quoting Bob… “The news was all bad. It made me nervous. I liked old news. 24 hours news would have been hell.” ---Chronicles, Vol. 1 Voice of a generation, 1962 - 1969:  Voice of a generation, 1962 - 1969 The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan:  The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan Video: Blowin’ in the Wind The Times They Are A Changin’:  The Times They Are A Changin’ Another Side of Bob Dylan:  Another Side of Bob Dylan Bringing It All Back Home:  Bringing It All Back Home Video: Subterranean Homesick Blues Highway 61 Revisited:  Highway 61 Revisited Blonde on Blonde:  Blonde on Blonde News Flash!:  News Flash! Bob Dylan is “seriously injured” in a motorcycle accident, July 26, 1966 – another James Dean? No news at all…:  No news at all… Recuperates in Woodstock, NY with new wife, kids, new friends – turns reclusive But the new friends are Robbie Robertson and Levon Helm. The results? Some of the most traded bootlegs ever…. Rebirth 1968 - 1970:  Rebirth 1968 - 1970 Video: (w/ Johnny Cash) North Country Girl “Advice from Bob…”:  “Advice from Bob…” Timeline:  Timeline 1960: NYC 1962: 1st Album 1963: Attends first Civil Rights meeting; meets Baez in Monterey; and sweeps the world 1964: Meets the Beatles 1965: Breaks with folkies; marries Sara Lowndes 1966: Injury, rejuvenation Missing in Action, 1970 - 1973:  Missing in Action, 1970 - 1973 Spotted!:  Spotted! “I’d like to introduce a friend to us all … Mr. Bob Dylan.” The Concert for Bangladesh, 8/1/1971 (Movie released 1972) Video Clips: (from the concert) Timeline:  Timeline 1967: Begins ‘country’ era 1973: Films Pat Garret and Billy the Kid 1975: Blood on the Tracks, The Basement Tapes both open to acclaim. Rolling Thunder tour! (clip) 1976: Desire is released and remains number 1 on the charts for 35 weeks. 1977: Divorce granted. Timeline:  Timeline 1980: Grammy for “Gotta Serve Somebody” 1981: Shot of Love final gospel album 1985: New album, plays Farm Aid with Petty, and Biograph scores 1986: Petty and the Heartbreakers backing band for new tour Timeline:  Timeline 1988: The Traveling Wilburys: Volume One, the result of a collaboration of Dylan, George Harrison, Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne, and Roy Orbison is released. Best Dylan work in years. Timeline:  Timeline 1989: Oh Mercy is a great album. Undercut by the fact Dylan and the Dead is not. Dylan begins relentless touring schedule. 1991: Columbia releases The Bootleg Series 1-3 to fan raves; also Lifetime Achievement award at the Grammys. Timeline:  Timeline 1992: 30th Anniversary Concert knocks ‘em dead in Madison Square Garden 1993: Performs at Clinton Inaugural 1994: MTV Unplugged a big hit. Timeline:  Timeline 1997: Nominated for, but does not win, Nobel Prize in Literature; hospitalized with a potentially serious heart infection; recovers, performs before the Pope in November, and accepts a Kennedy Center award Timeline:  Timeline 1998: Time Out of Mind wins new generation of listeners for Dylan 1998: Again nominated for Nobel Prize in Literature, and again, does not get it. 1999: Again, no go on Nobel Prize Timeline:  Timeline 2000: Golden Globe award, and Oscar, for “Times Have Changed” from the Wonder Boys movie. Performs via satellite from down under! Timeline:  Timeline 2001: Love and Theft debuts… on September 11. 2000-2005: Bootleg Series continues. Live 1966, Live 1964, and Live 1975 have appeared since. 2005: No Direction Home, Chronicles, Vol. 1 2006: Modern Times huge hit. And the Never Ending Tour continues. “No, no, no, it ain’t me, babe…”:  “No, no, no, it ain’t me, babe…” Dylan on Idols…:  Dylan on Idols… Woody Guthrie was my last idol He was the last idol Because he was the first idol I'd ever met That taught me Face t' face That men are men Shattering even himself As an idol An' that men have reasons for what they do An' what they say Dylan on Idols…:  Dylan on Idols… Woody never made me fear And he didn't trample any hopes For he just carried the book of Man An' gave it t' me t' read for awhile An' from it I learned my greatest lesson You ask "how does it feel to be an idol?” It'd be silly of me t' answer, wouldn't it . .? --- 11 Outlined Epitaphs Dylan on the Sixties…:  Dylan on the Sixties… The Sixties, it’s like the Civil War days. But, I mean, you’re talking to a person who owns the Sixties. Did I ever want to acquire them? No. But I own the Sixties – who’s going to argue with me? I’ll give’em to you if you want’em. You can have’em” --- Rolling Stone interview, 2006 “May your song always be sung…”:  Dylan turned 65 in 2006 He has published over 40 albums Created the boxed set market with the release of Biograph in 1986 Has influenced countless musicians And has had hit records in 5 decades. “May your song always be sung…” “May your song always be sung…”:  And, as of 2006: 5,000 different cover versions of songs by Bob Dylan. “May your song always be sung…” “May your song always be sung…”:  “May your song always be sung…” As someone once said, “Time will tell who has fell And who’s been left behind…” “May your song always be sung…”:  “May your song always be sung…” Questions: Hype or Real Thing: Was Dylan important? “May your song always be sung…”:  “May your song always be sung…” Questions: And – is Dylan still important? Why?

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