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Bob Dylan looks bored. It's May 1965 and he's slumped in an armchair at the Savoy hotel in London. The camera filming the documentary Don't Look Back , about Dylan's tour, turns away – Dylan's weariness feels like an accusation – and starts to pan around the room, capturing the ragged entourage of folkies and groupies following the singer on the final week of his European tour. For the previous four months, Dylan had been struggling to maintain a gruelling performance schedule. He'd been paraded in front of the press and asked an endless series of inane questions.
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6 March 2012 Last updated at 09:19 GMT By Rhitu Chatterjee PRI's The World Music has a tendency to get stuck in our heads. You know the experience - a tune intrudes on your thoughts and plays, and replays, in a never-ending loop.
Is it reasonable to be a Beatles fanatic in this modern day and age? Why yes it is! And here’s some more stuff that you might’ve missed at some point over the last twenty years. We were absolutely thrilled with the ’09 releases in,,,well,,,’09!