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Re: Bob Dylan, Nobel Laureate for Literature
« Reply #40 on: October 16, 2016, 06:02:00 PM »

Dylan quit drinking in 1994.

"He just stopped on a dime," Maymudes says. "He didn't talk as much once he stopped and he didn't laugh as loud either. It was a really big deal for him and really showed his commitment to changing his behavior. He was capable of dealing with a broader range of personalities when he was drinking and after stopping, his tolerance for certain types of behavior diminished. Bob lost a bit of self-esteem when he sobered up, became  little more introverted and a little less social."
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Re: Bob Dylan, Nobel Laureate for Literature
« Reply #41 on: October 16, 2016, 06:03:30 PM »

George Harrison was pissed off about Dylan's 30th-anniversary concert in 1992.

The all-star show at Madison Square Garden was widely believed to be for charity. It was actually for profit. "Harrison was so angry, he made T-shirts with dollar signs on them and sent them to me and Bob," Maymudes says. "George also got in trouble with Olivia, his wife. She tracked the last number he dialed on the hotel phone to a limousine company that I had arranged for him to use to send a limo for a girl he was involved with. When Olivia blew up over that, I found myself in the middle of the confrontation."
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Re: Bob Dylan, Nobel Laureate for Literature
« Reply #42 on: October 16, 2016, 06:03:57 PM »

Victor was there when the legend cut Another Side of Bob Dylan in one amazing night.

"He had never sang the songs in front of anybody before [that night]," Maymudes says. "He just blurted it out, like electricity building up in a capacitor, and then shooting out, he had packed it all inside himself and let it explode. I was in a daze."
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Re: Bob Dylan, Nobel Laureate for Literature
« Reply #43 on: October 16, 2016, 06:10:04 PM »

Joan Baez was no pushover.

Maymudes was shocked when Dylan married Sara Lownds. "I asked him, 'Why Sara?!'" Maymudes wrote. "'Why not Joan Baez?' He responded with, 'Because Sara will be there when I want her to be home, she'll be there when I want her to be there, she'll do it when I want to do it. Joan won't be there when I want her. She won't do it when I want to do it.'"
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Re: Bob Dylan, Nobel Laureate for Literature
« Reply #44 on: October 16, 2016, 06:10:58 PM »

During downtime on his 1989 tour, Dylan went out to see Tim Burton's Batman.

There aren't many more details available, but it raises many questions. Was Dylan upset by the film's exclusion of Robin? Did he dig the Prince songs? Was he bummed out when Val Kilmer took over as Batman in 1995? Has he seen the more recent Dark Knight trilogy? How about The Avengers?

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