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Bob Dylan, 1966: A Lot of Nerve

Sean O'Hagan, The Guardian, 30 December 1999

It was 1965, and in a surge of amphetamine-fuelled creativity Bob Dylan was reinventing the pop song. But then a motorbike crash changed everything. As part of his occasional series on 20th-century icons, Sean O'Hagan looks at Dylan's fateful summer

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