Review #9: Blood On The Tracks, Bob Dylan

#9: Blood On The Tracks, Bob Dylan

I know a lot of people who despise Bob Dylan, and I know a lot of people who can do really good Bob Dylan impressions. I’ve never quite been able to do either. I don’t mind his weirdo voice, and I didn’t even hate it when he won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2016 (though I did hate it when he didn’t show up to accept the award due to “pre-existing…

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Karla Clifton

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Writer, fake music fan.

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