Bob Dylan & the Electrification of Folk Music

November 30, 2021 00:10:47
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Bob Dylan & the Electrification of Folk Music
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On this episode of the QC Pod, Editor-in-Chief of the Knight News, Johnny Sullivan, defends Bob Dylan of the accusation that he and he alone was responsible for the electrification of folk music. Join Johnny on a journey through the history of transformations of folk, and his opinions on the artists involved. 

Photo Credit. By Rowland Scherman – U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=149559

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