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William Blake's Songs of Innocence and Experience [page: 1]

William Blake's Songs of Innocence and Experience [page: 1]

Blake's two chimney sweepers - The British Library

Blake's two chimney sweepers - The British Library

Blake's two chimney sweepers - The British Library

Blake's two chimney sweepers - The British Library

Ever hear the Allman Brothers Band song “Statesboro Blues”? Blind Willie McTell is the blues great who wrote it!

Ever hear the Allman Brothers Band song “Statesboro Blues”? Blind Willie McTell is the blues great who wrote it!

Songs of Unreason: Jim Harrison: 9781556593895: Amazon.com: Books

Songs of Unreason: Jim Harrison: 9781556593895: Amazon.com: Books

This week in May of 1967: During filming of what would become the documentary Dont Look Back Bob Dylan gets the idea to make a short film of his single "Subterranean Homesick Blues," featuring him standing in an alley next to London's Savoy Hotel. Featuring nothing but Dylan surrounded by friends Allen Ginsberg and Bob Neuwirth, flipping giant cue cards with the lyrics of the song on them, the clip -- one of the first "music videos" -- becomes an iconic rock moment.

Inside Bob Dylan's Shoot for 'Subterranean Homesick Blues'

This week in May of 1967: During filming of what would become the documentary Dont Look Back Bob Dylan gets the idea to make a short film of his single "Subterranean Homesick Blues," featuring him standing in an alley next to London's Savoy Hotel. Featuring nothing but Dylan surrounded by friends Allen Ginsberg and Bob Neuwirth, flipping giant cue cards with the lyrics of the song on them, the clip -- one of the first "music videos" -- becomes an iconic rock moment.

I Don't Want Your Millions, Mister ( Almanac Singers )

I Don't Want Your Millions, Mister ( Almanac Singers )

Bob Dylan -- John Wesley Harding // Goodwill, Colville, WA

Bob Dylan -- John Wesley Harding // Goodwill, Colville, WA

Pete Seeger "What Did You Learn At School Today" 1964

Pete Seeger "What Did You Learn At School Today" 1964

Pop Culture Reference: Bob Dylan - Hurricane is a song about racism and false convictions, which is what ALBD is all about.

Pop Culture Reference: Bob Dylan - Hurricane is a song about racism and false convictions, which is what ALBD is all about.

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