The fourth DylanTest™ focuses on tracks from the musician’s early catalog – the mid-’60s through the mid-’70s.
A wild, morose piece – good background music against which you might throw yourself off the nearest bridge.
An appeal to human virtue, a sense of right and wrong – a quest for human rights on every level – render the song immortal.
The classic is transformed from Folk-song period piece into a grand work of art forged live in the furnace of New York.
The song’s abstract impressionism remains a landmark moment when Rock emerged from the egg of Rock-N-Roll.
A worshipped icon, held aloft and offered as proof – of what, you can never tell.
This third DylanTest™ focuses on the extraordinary 1975 album, Blood On The Tracks – one of the very finest works from America’s premier rock poet.
The latest installment of the DylanTest challenges your ear and your eye – not to mention your longterm memory.
Test your knowledge of one of America’s most influential artists of all time – the original rock poet who gave a voice to so many.
Heavy-hitters – like Bruce Springsteen, Jack White, Sheryl Crow and CS&N – turned out to cover some of Dylan’s greatest tunes.
Hey, hound dog, how does it feel to have fun, fun, fun on the stairway to heaven?
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It’s been 47 years since The Who invaded America, becoming a huge hit after a kick-ass performance at 1967′s Monterey Pop Festival.
Don’t miss Jack White on his 37-stop tour, promoting his second solo album, Lazaretto. He’s on the road June 25-Nov. 19.
The Eagles soar into a venue near you, May 2014-March 2015. Get your mirrors on the ceiling and pink champagne on ice.