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October 15, 2011



I absolutely enjoyed these tracks and the other half of the album posted earlier. To completely get how weird this project was, maybe you had to have lived in this era, where the worlds of hipsters and squares seldom crossed paths. This album shows how horribly, horribly wrong things could go, when those two worlds met -and collided!

What I find fascinating is the amount of work that went into the accompanying music and production. Someone actually thought this was a good idea at some point. The only Dylan project I can think of stranger than this, was Bob's own "Self-Portrait" album, with its Easy Listening approach to his work.

Thanks for posting.

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