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Bob Dylan Throws Us One to Obsess Over

Is it a straight dead-end-town love song? A meditation on impending death? A heavily veiled allusion to his recent port-a-potty troubles?

By Amos Barshad

NPR Streams Rare Dylan Material

You can now listen to the entirety of Dylan's forthcoming double-disc rarities collection, making your cubicle a mellower place.

By Matthew Perpetua

New Beck Album Revisits ‘Highway 61’

'Highway 61 Revisited is one of the first great anti-covers. Dylan looks burnt, shirt wrinkled — like he's waiting for catering at the gig or something,' Beck once wrote.

Ten Terrible Musical Slumps

But there's a happy ending! Here's our list of ten artists who, unlike R.E.M., overcame their slumps.

Dylan Tribute Show Visited by the Ghost of Electricity

At a 1966 concert at England's Manchester Free Trade Hall, Bob Dylan was ruthlessly heckled by fans for using the devil's preferred method of selling out, an electric guitar. At Saturday's re-creation of the famed "Royal Albert Hall" concert, rock-and-roll Luddites finally saw redemption.