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Bob Dylan's Not A Singer At All — Says His Friend Dana

Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 9 July 1965

"HE'S NOT really a singer at all. He just writes poems and sings them because he thinks a narrative would bore people. Donovan's voice is more pleasant to listen to but I would rather listen to Dylan's songs."

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