On the title track of the album “On the Border,” the narrator contemplates conversion from Judaism to Christianity.6
A tallis? In Woody Guthrie’s Tulsa of all places?
Dylan’s album “Rough and Rowdy Ways,” is his ninth record to reach the number one spot on the UK charts.
Springsteen, reflecting on our troubled times, recommended two songs by the poet and songwriter Abel Meeropol.
“Rock Around the Clock” was credited to two Philadelphia-born Jewish songwriters, each the son of immigrants.
Streisand posted a video of her performing “You’ll Never Walk Alone” originally from a 9/11 concert.
The piece offers a rare opportunity for musicians shuttered up at home to perform on a symphonic scale.
Since its release, Dylan’s longest ever song has kept fans, comedians and musicians busy poring over its meaning.3
He influenced everyone from Philip Glass to Yehudi Menuhin to David Amram to Robby Krieger.
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