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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
  • LAST.HQ

    Welcome aboard, jazzwclass! Happy listening.

    22 Ott 2010 Rispondi

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