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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Blonde on Blonde. A black and white checkered scarf, to be exact.
|'Infidels,' 'Down in the Groove,' 'Live At Budokan,' 'New Morning'--on which album cover does Dylan not have a beard?||Bob Dylan Album Covers
|On the 'Biograph' cover, there are two of the same object featured, one blue and one yellow. What are these objects?||Bob Dylan Album Covers
Greatest Hits Vol. 1. Done by Milton Glaser.
|What is the predominant color of Dylan's paisley jacket on the 'Highway 61 Revisited' album?||Bob Dylan Album Covers
purple. Showing Dylan's usual sartorial oddness.
Rick Danko. Normally, Garth Hudson is the accordion player in The Band.
|On the 'Slow Train Coming' album cover, what is the man in the foreground holding in his hands?||Bob Dylan Album Covers
pick. The pick is drawn to look like a cross.
|On the 'Bringing It All Back Home Cover,' what is the lady in the red dress holding in one hand?||Bob Dylan Album Covers
|The covers of 'Unplugged,' 'Down in the Groove,' 'Bob Dylan,' and 'Nashville Skyline' all have one thing in common. What is it?||Bob Dylan Album Covers
Dylan is holding a guitar.
cat. A white cat, to be exact.
|On the 'Dylan and the Dead' cover, what is between Dylan and the Grateful Dead Skull and Roses symbol?||Bob Dylan Album Covers
|"Ain't it just like the night to play tricks when you're trying to be so quiet?"||Bob Dylan Quotes
"Visions of Johanna". "But these visions of Johanna they conquered my mind."
Israel. This bitterly voiced song defends Israel against those who accused the country of being a "neighborhood bully" when it fought back against threats to its nationhood. "The neighborhood bully," sings Dylan, "just lives to survive, /He's criticized and condemned for being alive. /He's not supposed to fight back, he's supposed to have thick skin, /He's supposed to lay down and die when his door is kicked in."
1988. Bob has been touring pretty much non-stop for around sixteen years, and to date (January 2004), he is still going!
|At Dylan's 30th Anniversary Celebration concert, who performed Bob's song 'Absolutely Sweet Marie'?||Bob Dylan Lyrics & Songs
George Harrison. I prefer the original myself.
|What was the name of the 1973 film for which Dylan provided the soundtrack (which included 'Knockin' On Heaven's Door')?||Bob Dylan Lyrics & Songs
Pat Garrett And Billy The Kid. A very good film, in which the man himself makes a cameo appearance.
Million Miles. This song comes from his 1997 album 'Time Out Of Mind' - Dylan has always enjoyed using awful puns in his songs, but he seems to have done so much more often as he has got older - take this gem from 2001's 'Honest With Me' 'I'm stark naked but I don't care/I'm going off into the woods, I'm huntin' bare'.
Madrid and Barcelona. This is possibly my favourite Dylan song and I love the sadness at the end when he realises his lover is probably not coming back to him.
Judas. 'Like Judas of old/You lie and deceive/A world war can be won/You want me to believe' - this song is as relevant today as it was when it was written over forty years ago.
|On the album 'Bringing It All Back Home', Dylan attempts to start a song but breaks into a fit of laughter after the first line, causing him to have to stop and start again. What is the name of this song?||Bob Dylan Lyrics & Songs
Bob Dylan's 115th Dream. I don't know what makes him laugh - I love the imagery in this song though - who the hell is the Pope of Eruke???
be friends. This song appears on 'Another Side Of Bob Dylan' - his fourth studio album which was recorded in just one night in 1964.
In the swamp.. "I had to say something to strike him very weird, so I yelled, 'I like Fidel Castro, and his beard'". From the song, "Motorpsycho Nightmare", from the album, "Another Side Of Bob Dylan" (1964). Bob Dylan was awarded a lifetime achievement award Grammy in 1991.
A Reader's Digest. "He threw a Reader's Digest at my head, and I did run; I did a summersault as I seen him get his gun." From the song, "Motorpsycho Nightmare" from the album, "Another Side Of Bob Dylan" (1964). Bob Dylan appeared in the films, "Don't Look Back" (1965), "Eat The Document" (1969), and "Pat Garret And Billy The Kidd" (1973).
|According to the song by Bob Dylan the judge asked Joey "What time is it?" Joey said, "Five to ten." What did the judge then say?||Bob Dylan - That's Funny!
That's exactly what you get.. From the song, "Joey" from the album, "Desire" (1976). Dylan was once quoted as saying, "People don't know me. Some one will come over to me because he thinks he knows me because I once wrote a song that bothered him. But he doesn't know me."
This foot came through the line.. From, "Bob Dylan's 115th Dream" from the album, "Bringing It All Back Home" (1965). Dylan was often interviewed and would surprise his interviewers with such replies as, "You got a lot of nerve asking me a question like that!"
Your brand new leopardskin pillbox hat.. From the song, "Leopardskin Pillbox Hat" from the album, "Blonde On Blonde" (1966). Dylan was inducted into the Rock and Roll hall of fame in 1988.
|According to the song by Bob Dylan, the funniest thing was when he asked the Captain what his name was and why he didn't drive a truck. What did the Captain say?||Bob Dylan - That's Funny!
His name was Columbus.. "I asked the Captain what his name was and how come he didn't drive a truck. He said his name was Columbus. And I just said good luck." From, "Bob Dylan's 115th Dream" from the album, "Bringing It All Back Home" (1965). Bob Dylan was injured in a motorcyle crash on July 22nd, 1966 and temporarily stopped performing for several years before making a comeback.
To know which way the wind blows.. From the song, "Subterranean Homesick Blues" from the album, "Bringing It All Back Home" (1965). Bob Dylan moved to New York in 1960 and played folk clubs in Greenwich Village.
'cause the vandals took the handles.. From the song, "Subterranean Homesick Blues" " from the album, "Bringing It All Back Home." (1965) This song was Dylan's first top forty hit. Dylan took his stage name from poet Dylan Thomas.
Fab!. From, "Bob Dylan's 115th Dream" from the album, "Bringing It All Back Home" (1965). Bob Dylan was born Robert Allen Zimmerman on May 24th, 1941 in Duluth, Minnesota.