Syd Barrett - Bob Dylan Blues





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Published on May 11, 2009

'Bob Dylan Blues' was written by Syd Barrett in 1963, and eventually recorded in 1970 during the recording sessions for his final solo album, 'Barrett'. The song parodys Dylan's early style and success while also embracing Dylan.

Syd was a fan of Dylan's and his influence can be seen in many of Barrett's songs. The song was largely forgotten when recorded in 1970. The recording was lost until recently, when David Gilmour discovered the tapes.

It was released in 2001 on the Barrett compilation "The Best of Syd Barrett: Wouldn't You Miss Me?" The song's popularity has grown intensely since its release and many fans seem to consider it one of the best tribute songs about Bob Dylan.

The images used this video come from Mick Rock and various unknown sources. The photographs were taken between 1967 to 1971.

I do not own the copyright for the audio or vision. This is a fan edit done under the 'fair use' provision laws.

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