Episode 8: Like a Rolling Stone by Bob Dylan
This was the song that heralded the Dylan Goes Electric era, and when he first played it live at the 1965 Newport Music Festival, he was met with boos and charges that he'd sold out, or was somehow a "traitor" to his folk roots. But Bob Dylan stuck to his guns, and "Like a Rolling Stone" became, and remains, his biggest single ever. This is the picture sleeve of the 45. If it hadn't been for a quartet from Liverpool and their obvious cry for Help!, it probably would have gone all the way to Number One on the Billboard chart. This episode is now available through your favorite podcatcher, or you can download it or you can listen to it right here: This podcast has the ability to spread through your ratings and reviews, so please take the time to go to iTunes, or Castbox, or whatever you use for your podcasts, and leave me some love. During the podcast I mentioned an interactive video that's connected to this song. Here's the teaser trailer: But the real fun lies here: you can play with the original video on your own by clicking on this link. I will refund every dime of your money if you don't think this is cool.
Duration: 13 min