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The two weeks it was at #2, the #1 record for both those weeks was "Help! Edie fell for Dylan , who was already married, for reasons of propriety,or because she thought She fitted in well at The Factory. Dylan was bitter, The Taurean revenge were His acidic Lyrics. Songs like this one don't have "staying power" if they don't resonate with people and I don't think that most people think of Edie Sedgwick (whoever she is/was) or any other specific person when they think of or hear this song.
First one was a song sung by a famous singer at that time and the other one was not from a song, but something else happening in 1964 in England when he was there for his touring or in 1965 when he came back from England.Dylan was experiencing many conflicts during this time, with a deepening alienation from his old folk-revival audiences and his clear-cut leftist causes. "The song only attains full poignancy when one realises it is sung, at least in part, to the singer himself: he's the one 'with no direction home.'"Dylan himself has noted that after his motorcycle accident in 1966 he realized that "when I used words like 'he' and 'it' and 'they,' and talking about other people, I was really talking about nobody but me." He also has made reference to the 20 pages he initially wrote as 'vomit' and that it was himself he was needling.( One has to take him at his word-for one generally can write tomes on what we know best - ourselves.) Once upon a time you dressed so fine You threw the bums a dime in your prime, didn't you ?Dylan never commented on whether or not he had Tom replaced, but it seems odd given he had worked with him on three albums and the single?One thought is that John Hammond thought Tom gave Dylan too much grief in the studio. Debate of over Edie Sedgwick: This song was released in 1965 Whereas Her downfall begun in 1966-67!Not to say that no good came of that time - quite a lot did.
And I'm glad to say that I was heavily influenced in my thinking and values by the best of what was intended.
While at Columbia, Bob worked on such legendary albums as Bob Dylan's "Blonde On Blonde" and "Highway 61 Revisited," Simon & Garfunkel's "Sounds Of Silence" and "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary And Thyme" and "Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison"... On August 28th 1965, Bob Dylan performed at the Forest Hills Tennis Stadium in New York City...
He also produced Patti Page's single of "Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte" (#8-1965)... He played a fifteen song set, closing the concert with "Like A Rolling Stone"...
Wilson was born in Waco, Texas and was educated at Harvard.
He was rare for that time period, A black man who demanded respect.
( self-referential)People'd call, say, "Beware doll, you're bound to fall"( folk music was on its way out givin over to rock and roll) You thought theywere all kiddin' you You used to laugh about Everybody that was hangin' out (likely the warhol crowd)Now you don't talk so loud (Eating humble pie after negative reaction to his using an electric guitar for the first time.) Now you don't seem so proud ( losing his fanbase) About having to be scrounging for your next meal.