On This Day 50 Years Ago in Human History

On This Day 50 Years Ago in Human History January 14, 2015

Bob Dylan in the Film “Don’t Look Back.”

Today is January 17th, 2015. This day marks an important one in human history. 50 years ago today, the greatest singer-songwriter of the modern era recorded one of the most beloved Rock songs of all time: “Subterranean Homesick Blues.”

Video Version from the film “Don’t Look Back.”

And so, today I remind readers that they don’t need a weather man to know which way the wind blows, don’t follow leaders, and of course, watch the parking meters.

And since this blog is devoted to religious studies, I’ll throw in a pitch for the fascinating book by Christopher Ricks titled, Dylan’s Visions of Sin.

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