Bob Dylan is one of the most talented song-writers and musicians in modern times. He was born into a Jewish family in Minnesota in 1941. During the late 1950s and early 1960s, he began performing and recording folk music, at first with others, then on his own. Before long his songs about social and political issues made him a voice for all Americans who objected to the Vietnam War (and wars in general).
As the years went by, Bob Dylan tried almost every style of musical expression, some of which his listeners loved, and some of which people disliked. But it didn’t matter to Bob, as he wrote and sang about whatever was on his heart at the time, and in whatever style he wished.Continue reading “Trouble In Mind: Bob Dylan’s Gospel Years – by Clinton Heylin (2017)”