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Robert Shelton of the New York Times talks to Max Jones about his friend Bob Dylan

Max Jones, Melody Maker, 19 February 1966

BOB DYLAN remains a fascinating subject of conversation for four good reasons. Because he has talent and originality; because, in spite of brushes with the press and all the rest of it, he possesses a great deal of personal charm; because he develops and changes course often enough to keep people guessing; and because he's been lucky.

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