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Alex Beam

Dylan's book recalls simple twists of fate

By Alex Beam
Globe Columnist / October 19, 2004

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I yield to no one in my generationally appropriate worship of troubadour Bob Dylan, occasionally referenced as "Bob the God" in my household. Indeed, I am currently savoring some wonderful, improbable duets he recorded with Johnny Cash in 1969: "You Are My Sunshine," Mountain Dew," and so on. (Full article: 720 words)

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