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Which commercial Bob Dylan didnt appared in ?
What Motorbike was he riding when he had crash in 1966 ?
Lambretta Sx 200
Question 2 Explanation:
Was Dylan riding his Triumph? John Hammond speaks... John Bauldie interviewed John Hammond on 26 October 2006. The interview was published in issue 44 of The Telegraph fanzine, Winter 1992. The topic turned to Dylan's motorcycle crash. Hammond said: Ah, the crash. Well, Jack Elliott had left a bike in Bob's garage up there. It was an old AJS, a great old bike, 500 single, the kind you can break your leg trying to kickstart. The tyres were flat and I think Bob wanted to have the thing repaired, so... but maybe I shouldn't say this. This is for Bob to talk about it if he wants to talk about it. It's not my place to talk about it. Bob did get hurt. I imagine it shook him up to the point where he looked at his life very carefully. Jack Elliott confirmed his ownership of an AJS 500 (which he says he took back to America from England in 1963) in an interview with the Montreal Gazette. www.edlis.org/car
Bob Dylan received phone call from a chess legend for present from his manager , Who was this Legend?
Question 3 Explanation:
Bob Dylan is said to have received a call from Fischer as a gift from his manager.
Bob Dylan makes his recording debut, earning $50 for playing harmonica on the recording session for Who”
Question 4 Explanation:
1961 - Bob Dylan makes his recording debut, earning $50 for playing harmonica on the recording session for Harry Belafonte’s cover of “Midnight Special.”
Who inducted bob dylan in to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ?
Question 5 Explanation:
Bruce Springsteen inducts Bob Dylan Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductions 1988
George Harrison said, "Dylan is so brilliant. To me, he makes William Shakespeare look like ............" Who?
Question 6 Explanation:
ater, Petty and Dylan collaborated in the Traveling Wilburys. “We’d sit down together and write lyrics. What a privilege. I remember he said to me, ‘If you are stuck on a line, just say what it is you want to say, and don’t worry about the metre or the rhyme or anything. Just write down the sentence, and then find the key words and, wallop, you’ve got the line.’ He tended to write many more verses than we needed, and sometimes maybe in the seventh verse something would pop up that was better than anything in the first three. George (Harrison) once told me ‘Bob makes Shakespeare look like Billy Joel’. He was joking, but Bob is so far above the rest of us. He is the wandering minstrel, the travelling troubadour and his gift is so great.”
Once Bob Dylan traded Andy Warhol "Elvis Presley" painting for What?
a Beatles Album
an Elvis Presley Album
Question 7 Explanation:
Bob: I once traded an Andy Warhol "Elvis Presley" painting for a sofa, which was a stupid thing to do. I always wanted to tell Andy what a stupid thing I done, and if he had another painting he would give me, I'd never do it again.
Bob Dylan is the first rock and roll artist to be honored for?
Nobel Peace Prize
Leonardo Da Vinci Art Award
Question 8 Explanation:
Dylan, the most acclaimed and influential songwriter of the past half century, who more than anyone brought rock from the streets to the lecture hall, received an honorary Pulitzer Prize today (April 7), cited for his "profound impact on popular music and American culture, marked by lyrical compositions of extraordinary poetic power." It was the first time Pulitzer judges, who have long favored classical music, and, more recently, jazz, awarded an art form once dismissed as barbaric, even subversive.
What was the name of his surreal, stream-of,consciousness novel?
if Dogs Run free
On The Web
Question 9 Explanation:
Tarantula is an experimental prose poetry collection by Bob Dylan, written in 1965 and 1966. It employs stream of consciousness writing, somewhat in the style of Jack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs, and Allen Ginsberg. One section of the book parodies the Lead Belly song "Black Betty". Reviews of the book liken it to his self-penned liner notes to two of his albums recorded around the same time, Bringing It All Back Home and Highway 61 Revisited.
in his high school yearbook What did the young Dylan state as his ambition?
to be an Astronaut
to Join Little Richard
to be a Teacher one day
to be a Film Star like James Dean
Question 10 Explanation:
he was leaving school in 1959, he wrote in his high school yearbook under “Ambition”: “To join Little Richard.” But by the time the young Dylan had spent a semester at the University of Minnesota, and then dropped out, Little Richard wasn’t really available to be joined, having renounced secular music for gospel.
Which British University awarded Bob Dylan an honorary doctorate in 2004 ?
University of St. Andrews
University of Lincoln
London School of economics
Question 11 Explanation:
Bob Dylan's lyrics have been taught in universities and debated at academic conferences. Not bad for a college dropout who railed, in "Tombstone Blues" against too much "useless and pointless knowledge." Well, the times they are a-changin'. Dylan, dressed in a black academic gown, was awarded an honorary doctorate Wednesday by Scotland's oldest university. The University of St. Andrews said it was making Dylan, 63, an honorary doctor of music in recognition of his "outstanding contribution to musical and literary culture."
At what gig was he called a Judas?
Nippon Budokan Hall in 1978
The Newport Folk Festival 1965
Concord Pavillion in 1988
Manchester’s Free Trade Hall 1966
Question 12 Explanation:
In the process, the world is getting to know Butler, a shy ex-Briton who, truth be told, would rather remain unknown. But he thought he should set the record straight about May 17, 1966. That’s the night Butler stood up in Manchester’s Free Trade Hall and lambasted Bob Dylan with a single word heard round the world: “Judas!” “The ’Judas!’ shout, that’s something that I hadn’t talked about barely at all,” he said. “It was embarrassing. It wasn’t something you felt particularly proud of. That had been buried away.”
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