Ritchie Blackmore once met Bob Dylan… Dylan asked him: “Who the hell are you?”




Blackmore talks about death, Bob Dylan, and “that thing they keep pressing”. This is not a parody.

“Death is going to happen to most of us. Most, not all. Some of us might get away with it, which is what Bob Dylan said. Bob Dylan came up to me once and said: ‘Hey, who the hell are you?’

“I admired him for that,” continued Blackmore.

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Blackmore’s Night The Times They are a Changin’ Bob Dylan cover 

Brief info: There are apparently 436 recognized versions of this song, in languages as diverse as Catalan, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Serbian, Spanish and Swedish.
It’s a protest song that Dylan wrote in 1963, but it can also have a personal meaning; You do not have to change the policy to change things. In fact, things usually change when they want to, because they do.



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  1. That is the funniest thing I have seen or heard for a while; straight out of Spinal Tap. Ritchie is a very funny bloke. A lot of people miss that.

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