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There is an emotional truth to these songs, even when the literal truth keeps scurrying around the corner before you can get a good look at it.
“Pledging My Time” describes taking a chance on a new relationship, despite the knowledge that the odds are stacked against success.
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(“Somebody got lucky / But it was an accident.”) “Leopard Skin Pillbox Hat” is a parable of sexual betrayal.
“One of Us Must Know (Sooner or Later)” is both boorish and weirdly tender, depicting with unflinching frankness one of those lopsided relationships that bring nothing but misery to everyone involved.
That’s a question some casual fans and detractors are asking now that the prize has been awarded to the 75-year-old singer, songwriter, tour-horse, author, broadcaster, and inveterate shape-shifter.
Dylan’s oeuvre is vast—there are entire albums that even I, a fan well on the obsessive side of the scale, have never listened to in full—but pieces of it stand out as timeless monuments, however eager some may be to dismiss them as “dad rock.” And while his stark, haunting protest songs are what vaulted him into the uncomfortable role of “Voice of a Generation,” it’s the double album released in 1966, that provided the fullest indication yet of what an ambitious, unruly artist he truly was.
But Dylan’s fraught relationship and painfully awkward breakup with Joan Baez, who had vouched for him with the folk community and helped launch him to superstardom, was not far at all in the past, nor was his complicated friendship with the troubled Warhol acolyte Edie Sedgwick.
That jumble of relationships left a tangled imprint on the lyrics on which veer back and forth between loving and lacerating.
Fifty years after its release, it’s still hard to figure out exactly what was eating Bob Dylan when he recorded but it’s not hard to see why it will be remembered as one of the greatest rock ’n’ roll albums of all time.