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Thursday, May 26, 2011

PN Quoted in UK's Daily Record

"In The Rolling Stone Illustrated History Of Rock & Roll, Paul Nelson wrote: 'In the mid-60s, Dylan's talent evoked such an intense degree of personal participation from admirers and detractors that he could not be permitted so much as a random action.

"'The world used to follow him around, just waiting for him to drop a cigarette butt. When he did, they'd sift through the remains, looking for significance. The scary part is they'd find it - and it really would be significant.'"

Click here to read the entire article.

Paul's entire piece appears in Everything Is an Afterthought, being published this November.

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