Dylan Social Media References

1/5/20

7/15/19

Jack White Rolling Stone interview.

See All Things Dylan. Audio no longer available for Ball and Biscuit from Consequence of Sound.

6/10/19

Jim Carrey tweet

Carrey

5/21/19

Cute tweet!

6/25/18

https://twitter.com/ScottAukerman/status/1011010489042665474

6/21/18

6/15/18

CinemaSins YouTube video. Everything Wrong with…Coco.

5/9/18

““Bob Dylan refused to go back onstage unless I came to see him immediately,” Françoise Hardy recalled in a recent interview. On the evening of May 24, 1966, Mr. Dylan’s 25th birthday, he was playing his first concert in Paris and wanted nothing more than to see the then 22-year-old French singer, whom he had dedicated a song to but never met. “I went and he agreed to go back on stage,” she said.”

See also: Adam Baum Facebook post 1/19/19 (Nice photos of them in the 60s).

5/6/18

11/20/17

Facebook post
Bromberg

11/3/17

Tweet from Playbill.

10/26/17

9/29/17

Nowness — My Place: Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. Has Dylan Album, The Times They Are A-Changin’ on his table. The album cover has Dylan with a gold beard!

9/27/17

Brian Fanzo Tweet

More tweets

https://twitter.com/largottes/status/913058031616778240

9/26/17

Consequence of Sound article via Twitter.

“For our latest Origins feature, Rob McVey and Sivert Høyem help explain the creation of “Goodbye 21st Century” by naming R.E.M., Sonic Youth, Bob Dylan, and more as influences.”

CoS_Dylan

“Rob McVey: I’ve often marvelled at the lyrics of this Dylan song, “The Times They are A-Changin’,” managing to sweep up the atmosphere of a particular time whilst remaining on the periphery. I loved the way Dylan dismantles the established and critical so effortlessly, and it made me feel cool at the same time. I guess in our song I liked the way Sivert was just saying what he was seeing. “21st Century” was the first time I had felt comfortable addressing what was going on out there, just felt right and of the moment.”

9/13/17

NPR Tiny Desk performance

TinyDesk

“And in the way Bob Dylan took his guitar and harmonica to accompany his rarely repeating ramblings, L.A Salami embraces a similar aesthetic, albeit as a black Englishman instead of a white Minnesotan.”

7/20/17

Huffington Post. Celebrity Child Models. Pablo Dylan.

9/19/16

Nowness — My Place: Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. Has Dylan Album, The Times They Are A-Changin’ on his table. The album cover has Dylan with a gold beard!

Twitter feed comment on Louis CK movie about Woody Allen.

LouisCK

UpRoxx blog. How To Make ‘The Last Waltz’ Part Of Your Annual Thanksgiving Celebration

“The guest list at this party is truly a mixed bag. There is a wise old man from Mississippi. There is a beautiful blonde poet from the Hollywood hills. There is a jive-talking hipster from New Orleans. There is a coked-up Canadian hippie. There is a portly, purple-suited Irishman who mistakenly believes that he knows karate. And then there’s the Jewish rock star for Minnesota who can’t decide if he really wants to be there.”

Quartzy blog. THE SIMPLE STATISTICAL ANALYSIS THAT EXPLAINS THE ENTIRE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC

betweenness

“Matthew Denny, a social network analysis researcher at Penn State University, explains the stylistic pattern behind these numbers: “A high betweenness centrality suggests you were more important in passing on traditions. Also, someone who created their own branch of music would score higher by this metric.””

Michael Kramer Berkeley Folk Music Festival Project

Watch What Crappens— Stephanie Wilder-Taylor says “what is it Bob Dylan?”

NYPL Live. Robbie Robertson and Steve Van Zandt.

David Bowie song, I Have Not Been to Oxford Town. 1995.

 

 

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