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Jokerman For a Generation: Bob Dylan's Legendary Grin

Geoffrey Himes, Baltimore City Paper, 21 November 2007

SINCE 1968, Bob Dylan's past has been chasing him like a pack of wild dogs. There's a reason he's pegged his concerts as the "Never Ending Tour": the only way he's been able to stay out in front has been to convince us – and himself – that he's still an active, modern artist, whose career is far from ending. It's hard, though, because the past keeps getting reinforcements.

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