Dylans's Kin in the Lowlands
(Lutgard Mutsaers) The Low Countries - 2012, № 20, pp. 232-239
Almost half a century ago Bob Dylan was the fuse that ignited the powder keg of pop music. Thanks to Dylan, Flemish and Dutch folk movements rediscovered their regional traditions. Protest singers came and went. Dylan was translated, imitated. There were epigones, clones, cover bands. His Bobness was even seen one day drinking a cup of coffee at a café in a small village in the very north of Groningen Province. But remember always: “Don't' follow leaders, watch the parking meters.”
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