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Monday, April 11, 2011
"The Real Dylan in China" by Sean Wilentz - Newyorker.com
Sean Wilentz weighs in on Bob Dylan's recent concert in China, where he didn't sing some of his most pointed protest songs. He has taken some criticism in the press for it (nothing new for Dylan) most notably from the Times' Maureen Dowd. Here Wilentz defends Dylan, and says that the playlist he did play, including a "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall", made fools of the Chinese government, as well as Dowd.
Posted by No Clue Ninja at 5:58 PM
Labels: music, new yorker, politics, pop culture
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