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“Absolutely Sweet Marie” by Jason and the Scorchers (originally on Blonde on Blonde)

“Ain’t Talkin’” by Julie Felix (originally on Modern Times)

“All Along the Watchtower” by Neil Young and Pearl Jam (originally on John Wesley Harding)

“All I Really Wanna Do” by The Hollies (originally on Another Side of Bob Dylan)

“All the Tired Horses” by Atlas Sound (originally on Self Portrait)

“Are You Ready?” by Fairfield Four (originally on Saved)

“As I Went Out One Morning” by Dirty Projectors (originally on John Wesley Harding)

“Baby, Stop Crying” by Michael Morrissey (originally on Street Legal)

“Ballad in Plain D” by Jens Stage (originally on Another Side of Bob Dylan)

“Ballad of a Thin Man” by Grand Panda ft. Dawn (originally on Highway 61 Revisited)

“The Ballad of Frankee Lee and Judas Priest” by Jerry Garcia and David Grisman (originally on John Wesley Harding)

“The Ballad of Hollis Brown” by Nina Simone (originally on The Times They Are a-Changin’)

“Beyond Here Lies Nothing” by Peter Parcek (originally on Together Through Life)

“Beyond the Horizon” by JD and the Straight Shot (originally on Modern Times)

“Black Crow Blues” by The Great Society (originally on Another Side of Bob Dylan)

“Black Diamond Bay” by David Albion (originally on Desire)

“Blowin’ in the Wind” by Sam Cooke (originally on The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan)

“Bob Dylan’s Blues” by Andrew Goldring (originally on The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan)

“Bob Dylan’s Dream” by Judy Collins (originally on The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan)

“Bob Dylan’s 115th Dream” by Asobi Seksu (originally on Bringing It All Back Home)

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  1. Thanks for putting together!
    Allow me to share, “Forever Young” (from Italy): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riEl0bAHCx0

  2. Awesome project!!!!!! Thank you so much for doing it. Will spend Bob’s BD drinking deeply.

  3. Dave Van Ronk was a beauty. Voice like sandpaper but still makes it sound so beautiful.

  4. O what a wonderful idea!
    Finally there’s someone out there to do justice to what is the most fascinating fact in the Dylan universe to me – that unbelievably huge number of Dylan covers across all musical styles (and in lots of different languages). I’m a big fan of Dylan covers and still love to discover new ways of doin’ Dylan. A GREAT idea to honor the man and to celebrate his 70th birthday! Thanxaton for that!

    Well, even if I can’t guess the three missing songs because I’m pretty sure they’re all covered (and I haven’t read and checked everything here, yet)…there’s chances that I can help you out…I’d be glad to do so. In case you want me to check my collection and resources, just send me an email…

    Keep on BOBin’!
    Wilbur

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