Dylan


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United States songwriter noted for his protest songs (born in 1941)

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Celtic god of the waves

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The society will always be the first stop for those looking to discover or indeed, 're-discover' the 'man of words' that is Dylan Thomas.
Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, The Byrds, Simon & Garfunkel, Neil Young, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Linda Ronstadt and The Monkees were among the many pop, rock and folk artists who came to Nashville in the late 1960s and early 1970s to record with Music City's exquisitely versatile session musicians, known to insiders as the "Nashville Cats.
On November 30, Dylan fell ill with a chest infection and while he was in hospital the youngster suffered a series of fits.
From then on Dylan seemed free from any clear categories and always ready to interpret his own life as being of universal significance.
Not that Gilmour worships Bob Dylan or equates his lyrics with divine revelation, although he does dedicate the book to Dylan, "my favorite theologian.
com) recently called Dylan "the last American hero.
Miserable during the New Orleans recording sessions for his 1989 album, Oh Mercy, Dylan consoled himself with the radio, which, he recalls, "filled me with inner peace and serenity and would upend all my frustration.
But almost 16 hours after going missing Dylan, described as a "Little Professor", was back in his mum Dawn's arms.
Dylan was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988 and, in 1991, received a Grammy for his lifetime achievements.
As Dylan, then a family man, remembers it, referring to the antiestablishment fervour of the late-60s: 'The events of the day, all the cultural mumbo-jumbo were imprisoning my soul--nauseating me .
Dylan, now a sixth grader at Jupiter Elementary School, a low socioeconomic area in Brevard County School District, suffers from ADHD for which he takes medication.
FOLK and rock legend Bob Dylan received an honorary degree yesterday from a British university.
Dylan's Candy Store is co-owned by Dylan Lauren, the daughter of fashion icon Ralph Lauren, and Jeff Rubin, who created FAQ Schweetz at FAQ Schwarz and the candy departments at Toys R Us at Times Square in Manhattan and the Warner Bros.
IN A 40-year career as a recording artist, Bob Dylan changed contemporary music forever.
Dawn the Highway: The Life of Bob Dylan, by Howard Sounes, New York: Grove Press, 527 pages, $27.