The Great Baez-Dylan Love Affair | Psychology Today Australia

In the early 1960s, Joan Baez, then America’s leading troubadour, fell in love with Bob Dylan and introduced him to a wider public.  He threw her overboard during his 1965 tour of England – captured in the film “Don’t Look Back.”  The rest, as they say, is history – the history of a generation, of modern music, and of the remembrance of things past.
— Read on www.psychologytoday.com/au/blog/addiction-in-society/200910/the-great-baez-dylan-love-affair

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