Inside Dylan’s Brain
By Duff McDonald
"People have long wondered what goes on in Bob Dylan’s mind. But if you pay attention to what the recent Pulitzer Prize-winner says and plays on his XM satellite-radio program, Theme Time Radio Hour, you can actually get a pretty good idea […]
Re: Joni Mitchell—’Joni and I go back a long ways. Not all the way back, but pretty far. I’ve been in a car with Joni. Joni was driving a Lincoln. Excellent driver. I felt safe.’
'I don’t trust a man who doesn’t tear up a little watching Old Yeller.'
'I gave a bald-headed friend a comb. You know what he said? “I’ll never part with it.”'”
Love this Vanity Fair nod to Milton Glaser, and I’m glad someone’s been collecting Dylan’s deadpan. I have to admit, I’m a bigger fan of his radio show than much of his music.