Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. See all 16 photos ». Edit Cast Credited cast: Bob Dylan Bob Dylan Allen Ginsberg Allen Ginsberg Bob Neuwirth Bob Neuwirth Tom Wilson Tom Wilson See full cast ».
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Getting Started Contributor Zone ». Edit page. There are intentional misspellings and puns throughout the clip: for instance, when the song's lyrics say "eleven dollar bills", the poster says "20 dollar bills".
The clip was shot in an alley close to the Savoy Hotel in London. Ginsberg and Neuwirth are briefly visible in the background. The Savoy Hotel has retained much of its exterior as it was in , and the alley used in the film has been identified as the Savoy Steps. In addition to the Savoy Hotel clip, two alternate promotional films were shot: one in a park Embankment Gardens , adjacent to the Savoy Hotel where Dylan, Neuwirth and Ginsberg are joined by Dylan's producer, Tom Wilson, and another shot on the roof of an unknown building actually the Savoy Hotel.
A montage of the clips can be seen in the documentary No Direction Home. The film clip was used in September in a promotional video to launch Google Instant. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bob Dylan song. This article is about the single by Bob Dylan.
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Retrieved January 7, Legacy Records , , liner notes , p. Pop Chronicles. University of North Texas Libraries. Retrieved 29 April Uncut Magazine. January Retrieved In late , he recorded " Mixed-Up Confusion " as his first single for Columbia. Still, those three albums found Dylan coming into his own as a songwriter, as well as a leading light on the burgeoning folk scene, for his insight into the civil rights and anti-war movements.
By January , however, he was ready to give rock another try. The resulting album, Bringing It all Back Home , was a tentative step in that direction. The second half almost entirely solo acoustic "Mr. Tambourine Man" with Bruce Langhorne chiming on electric guitar , while the first half comprised of rock. One of the reasons why the song has retained its relevance across the decades is its anti-establishment stance. Musically, it was a unique take on the blues. Instead of the eight or 12 bars that are the standard for blues-based songs, Dylan needed 18 bars to cram in all the words in his verses.