Dylan on Dylan

Posted by Carlos Gabriel Ruiz on May 12th, 2009

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My band plays a different type of music than anybody else plays. We play distinctive rhythms that no other band can play. There are so many of my songs that have been rearranged at this point that I’ve lost track of them myself. We do keep the structures intact to some degree. But the dynamics of the song itself might change from one given night to another because the mathematical process we use allows that. As far as I know, no one else out there plays like this. Today, yesterday and probably tomorrow. I don’t think you’ll hear what I do ever again.

-Bob Dylan

To read more of Dylan’s reflections on the road, his life, his purpose and sports check out a collection of his Rolling Stone Interviews here: http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/27993339/dylan_on_dylan

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