Bob Dylan: It's All Right In Front

Dylan on life and rock

Down a dirt drive near the ocean in Malibu, Calif., through a gate hidden in a fence and past hundreds of pecking chickens, TIME Correspondent Denise Worrell found a small cabin some distance from a large main house hidden in the twilight. By the scuttering glow of a single lantern near the cabin fireplace, Bob Dylan, drawing occasionally on a Kool, talked easily with her on a variety of subjects.

On Biograph. It wasn't my idea to put the record out. I haven't sat down and listened to it. Even when I make a record, I listen to it once or...

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