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Richard from Avon, InThe Dylan version of this song is one of the greatest pieces of poetry ever put to music. The Byrds, unfortunately, made it Beach Boy pop. And it's about Dylan's 1964 visit to Mardi Gras in New Orleans, not drugs. The images mesh perfectly with the parades, the street musicians and the floats that look like ships -- especially if you've just had a bottle of wine on Bourbon Street. Ken from Newtownards, United KingdomLarry Knechtel, a member of Bread and famous for playing piano on Bridge Over Troubled Water, played bass guitar on the Byrds' version of Mr Tambourine Man, according to Wikipedia.

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Alan from Grande Prairie, Alberta, CanadaI've heard different stories as to why Dylan went electric. Dave Van Ronk had done the folk version of "House of the Rising Sun" Dylan had heard it and incorporated it into his act. When he herard the Animals electric cover of the song he was so impressed he decided to go electric. This version of the story is told by Dave Van Ronk in the DVD " No Direction Home" covering Dylan's early years. Blake from London, United KingdomDoes anyone know what the actual song is about? Like, what all the lyrics mean etc...? At the time of this appearance on 'Shindig!' the song was at #1 on Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart...His covered version of the song appeared on his self-titled album, 'Noel Harrison'*, and on the LP he also covered three other Dylan songs... Mr. Harrison passed away on October 13th, 2013 at the age of 79... Talk about how Miriam spoke to Pharaoh’s daughter and helped reunite Moses with his mother. Explain how God can use our words to bring about good things. Have the child think of something encouraging they can say to someone this week and practice saying it together. Bon from Boston, United StatesPersonally I like both versions but for different reasons and they are different from each other in delivery and intent. Unless you were there in 1965 to hear the Byrds version spill out of your radio for the first time, you haven't got a clue. Does it matter that the Byrds didn't write it? No... Whoever decided to cover this song, (probably McGuinn), knew what they were about. At that time, the opening peal of that twelve string defined electricity.

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Dan from Riverside, IlDylan was inspired to "go electric" by the Animals' version of "House of the Rising Sun," not this song.Any item not in its original condition, is damaged or missing parts for reasons not due to our error

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Josh from TorontoCouldn't sing? Take a look at Like A Rolling Stone then tell me he couldn't sing. Now take a look of another version of that song...like The Rolling Stones. Now try to tell me Dylan can't sing. If it indeed was about drugs, nobody I knew thought so. I think you'll find that musical celebrations of pharmeceuticals, even from those days, are far more obvious than this one. Anthea from Boston, MaIn one of Judy Collins' albums (either #3 or in the notes on Judy Sings Dylan, or possibly both), she writes about being unhappy one night when she and a bunch of other singers are all staying together in New York, and she goes down in the basement to find Dylan singing this softly, so as not to wake everyone up.

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