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  • montanafeel

    check this out: http://youtu.be/gCSc6E4yG9s pretty funny. If there was an influence it was to go the other direction. Most every interview with those of the times ( the early 70's) describe his music as original and of its own genre.

    18 Giu 2011 Rispondi
  • montanafeel

    Check out this interview. I am not so sure they even like each other. http://www.crystalair.com/story.php?id=201012005 I think a little more research--I am a child of the sixties--and perhaps you will be refreshingly surprised. Waits is his own man--and his own artist. He has never been a "protest singer" or a Christian. He is the dark side of any human--and poetically so. Dylan, is a different cat. A little shifty/flaky...when I saw him at an intimate concert in Montana six years ago he had turned his life into a Sinatra lounge act. It is his right--but there simply is no muse-connection or artistry shared, past or present between the two artists. http://www.crystalair.com/story.php?id=201012005

    18 Giu 2011 Rispondi
  • waisinet

    "Yikes,,,you don't know Dylan or Waits if you think there is a similarity at all! " - the similarity is not that obvious - but if you really listen to the music of both of them youll someday will know what i meant.

    13 Giu 2011 Rispondi
  • waisinet

    Oh, Dylan is a very clear influence of Tom Waits - and the first years of his carrier he sounded very much like dylan on most of his songs.

    25 Ott 2010 Rispondi

    Welcome aboard, jazzwclass! Happy listening.

    22 Ott 2010 Rispondi


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