Bob Dylan — My Back Pages
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Finale from the Martin Guitar 175th Anniversary Concert (State Theatre, Easton, PA) featuring Roger McGuinn, Rosanne Cash, Marty Stuart, Kenny Vaughn, Jann Klose, Craig Thatcher, Thom Bresh, Dick Boak, John Leventhal, Chris Marolf performing Bob Dylan's "My Back Pages".
Playing Bob Dylan's "My Back Pages" with everyone at the Martin Guitar 175th Anniversary Concert by jannklose
Pictured from left to right: Craig Thatcher, John Leventhal, Rosanne Cash, Kenny Vaughn, Roger McGuinn, Marty Stuart, Chris Marolf, Jann Klose, Thom Bresh
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Neil Young on Charlie Rose.
Here reproduce, as described in Wikipedia.org: "My Back Pages" is a song written by Bob Dylan and included on his 1964 album Another Side of Bob Dylan. It is stylistically similar to his earlier folk protest songs and features Dylan's voice with an acoustic guitar accompaniment. However, its lyrics—in particular the refrain "Ah, but I was so much older then/I'm younger than that now"—have been interpreted as a rejection of Dylan's earlier personal and political idealism, illustrating his growing disillusionment with the 1960's folk protest movement with which he was associated, and his desire to move in a new direction. Despite having been written in 1964, the song was not performed live by Dylan until 1988." This is about of the 30th Anniversary of 1st album - JAM, with Roger McGuinn, Tom Petty, Neil Young, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Liam Clancy, Johnny Cash, Sinead O´Connor and many others musicians.