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Dylan’s 35th is a mirror of its maker

“This is hard country to stay alive in.” — Bob Dylan, “Narrow Way” There’s no question Bob Dylan’s voice has changed a lot over the years. He arrived with an affected version of an Oklahoma drawl, an homage to Woody Guthrie informed by gutbucket blues and quickly transitioned into the quicksilver snarl of Highway 61 Revisited and Blonde on Blonde, the warm country croon of Nashville Skyline and the raging ...

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  • Headline: Dylan’s 35th is a mirror of its maker
  • Publication: Style, Pages 51 on 10/07/2012
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