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flattop Little Hawk on video 'Takes a lot to...' (94* d) RE: Little Hawk on video 'Takes a lot to...' 22 Nov 09

Do you still have that picture of Buffy on your bedroom wall Little Hawk?

I looked up 'Dylan train' on youtube. The search turned up lots of versions of the song and lots of other Dylan material.

Just search 'Bob Dylan' if you want most everything. Search thing like 'Bob Dylan interview' or 'Bob Dylan 1959' to narrow it down.

I have only seen a few Dylan interviews before. As an aging fan, I wasted the better part of a sunny day in Cape Breton, when I could have been out on the Mira, looking at youTube Dylan links and related material.

Among my favorites, after the interviews, was Ziggy's in Hibbings and Dylan in Hamilton Ontario which you can find under 'Bob Dylan chats in a carpark.' I now realized that Lanios work in Hamilton rekindled Dylan's career at one point but it struck me as odd that Hamilton would be a highlight in Dylan's life.

I have greatly enjoyed visits to Hamilton but Tom Wilson of Blackie and The Rodeo Kings describes the flavor of his town in his song 'Lean on Your Peers.' Search youtube 'Tom Wilson-Lean On Your Peers'. In one the B&RK live version, Tom describes Hamilton as being like Pittsburg without the culture.   

Lean on Your Peers - Lyric

For funnier stuff try searching, 'John Lennon's parody of Bob Dylan', 'The Beatles imitating Bob Dylan', 'Borat Dylan' and 'Bob Dylan forgets his words'

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