Bob Dylan's New York (2008)

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Bob Dylan's New York (2008)

In January 1961, Dylan arrived at Greenwich Village, the very place for a folksinger-poet. The Village has already gained a reputation for Bohemian ways, and had given birth to a generation of beatniks, courtesy of a generation of beat poets. In was in the Village's clubs that the early protest songs that became the anthems of the protest movements were written, and it was here that he honed his craft, playing alongside other legendary figures such as Dave Van Ronk and Tom Paxton.
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Director Kevin Phillips
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Runtime2h 20mins
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CountryUSA
LanguageEnglish