This hour: Bob Dylan was influenced and affected by the women who were close to him, from girlfriend to wife, mentor to muse.
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by Sue Clark with Peregrine Andrews and Bob Harris
It’s well known that some of Bob Dylan’s major musical influences were Woody Guthrie, Robert Johnson, and Hank Williams. What is less well known is what influence the women in his life had on him. But from the very beginning, Bob Dylan was was molded, shaped, influenced and affected by the women who were close to him, from girlfriend to wife, mentor to muse. In Dylan's Women, we hear their stories.
This episode of Re:sound was produced by Katie Mingle.
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