“There is no living musician who has been more influential than Bob Dylan. Over a 43-year career, his distinctive twang and poetic lyrics have produced some of the most memorable songs ever written. In the ’60s, his songs of protest and turmoil spoke to an entire generation.
While his life has been the subject of endless interpretation, Dylan has been largely silent. Now, at 63, he has written a memoir called ‘Chronicles, Volume One.’ Correspondent Ed Bradley got to sit down with this music legend in his first television interview in nearly 20 years.
Dylan is mysterious, elusive, fascinating — just like his music.”
The bargain: “To get where I am now.” With whom did he bargain? “With the Chief Commander, on this earth and in the world you can’t see.”
One for the Dylan Fans/Conspiracy Theorists out there!