Bob Dylan and New York: A Complicated, Fertile Romance

October 14, 2016 9:00 AM

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Bob Dylan and New York: A Complicated, Fertile Romance

In Bob Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right,” that rooster crowing “at the break of dawn” was probably a New York City chicken, not a rural farmyard bird.

Indeed, Mr. Dylan may have styled himself as a vagabond country boy, but those familiar with his life know he first rose to prominence as a driven folk singer hanging out in the coffeehouses of Greenwich Village. His first apartment was at 161 West Fourth Street, and Suze Rotolo, his girlfriend at t...

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