Subterranean Homesick Blues by Bob Dylan

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12.5" x 24"
Limited Edition Print of 495
Hand Signed by Bob Dylan

The voice in this soliloquy is ‘on the pavement/Thinking about the government’ and warning a nameless ‘kid’ about sinister forces abounding in a world of wiretapping, plainclothes police and furtive characters in trench coats – a stacked deck in which ‘They keep it all hid’. The lyrics, and the electric rock background to which they were set in the early-1965 recording, resonated with young people who were beginning to question government policies and tactics as the Civil Rights movement and American involvement in Vietnam started to reach boiling point.

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