Thursday, October 13, 2016

Dylan's Nobel Prize affirms 60's liberation movements

The awarding of the Nobel Prize in Literature to Bob Dylan is an affirmation of powerful song-writing and the 60's liberation movements to which his work meant so much.

 You'll see a lot of people smiling today, I reckon:


Harvey Taylor said...

count me amongst the smilers ;-)

Anonymous said...

You don't need a weatherman. To know which way the wind blows.


Patricia Jursik said...

John Lennon's GIVE PEACE A CHANCE was inspired by Dylan. Never a great singer, but Dylan's lyrics were the reason the flower children listened to his albums.

Anonymous said...

He was a prophet on campaign finance reform- "Money doesn't talk, it swears."