The John Birch Society, which exists still today, was the target of this humorous and topical song by Bob Dylan in 1962. With the country still in the grips of the 1950s anti-Communist fervor, the John Birch society helped ramp up the paranoia to epic levels. As antiquated as the
When it come to Bob Dylan's songwriting ability, there is very little in the way of praise that hasn't been lavished on him . However, one that, for the most part, has been overlooked is his sense of humor. Many writers acknowledge his sarcasm and wit but they seldom go
Recently, Led Zeppelin's bacon may have been saved them in a lawsuit concerning their iconic single "Stairway to Heaven." A commentator for the website Digital Music News discovered a song containing a similar melody as the disputed one of the epic Led Zeppelin hit single dating back to the 1600s.
If this were Superman, Metallica would be Clark Kent, as portrayed by a young Tom Welling, and YouTube would be Zack Synder or, if this were Republican primaries they all would be YouTube and we'd have to scrap the premise entirely. Recently on BBC Radio 4, Metallica's manager, Peter Mensch, complained, with good
Summer of 1965, a time of great social and political upheaval, pop music was about to awaken from its great slumber. Bob Dylan was about to test the boundaries of pop when he released the single 'Like a Rolling Stone.' Not only was it 6 minutes long, more than twice