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BOB DYLAN - (1967) John Wesley harding http://woody-jagger.blogspot.com/2013/01/los-mejores-discos-de-1967-por-que-no.html

"The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest" is a song on Bob Dylan's 1967 album John Wesley Harding.

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Winter 1963 - Freewheelin' cover outtake - Bob Dylan and Suze Rotolo outside their apartment

Photographers who added a bit of colour to the Big Apple: First non-black and white street photography of New York City goes on show. [Don Hunstein, Bob Dylan and his muse, artist Suze Rotolo, walk down West Street in Greenwich Village,

Doug Sahm - Doug Sahm And His Band

Doug Sahm - Doug Sahm And His Band

The Beatles were a big part of a musical movement in the '60s known as the British Invasion. The British invasion was one of the driving forces that pushed free speech to achieve radical change in American society through music in the 60s.The Beatles also created a great deal of controversy during the invasion. This set off a domino effect of album burnings and boycotts of their albums, but their success did not suffer.

The best of the British Invasion. The Beatles' first single in the USA, released Jan. was my first favorite rock song.

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