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Bob Dylan, 1978 – Where Are You Tonight (Journey Through Dark Heat)

Where Are You Tonight (Journey Through Dark Heat) Editor’s note: Today’s posts are for all the sad folks I have had to listen to for most of my adult life who said they couldn’t get past the voice (actually many voices) that this year’s Nobel Laureate for Literature spoke so much truth in. It is also for the illiterate who say he never matched what he did early in his career.
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