Dylan transformed the folk scene almost overnight, and on this 1963 album he fused traditional tunes, biting protest poetry, surrealism, and even rock & roll. "The genius of Dylan is that he went backward and forward at the same time," Burnett says. "He carried Greenwich Village to the wider world."
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