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[[image:Bob Dylan 1995.jpg|324px|thumb|right|Elvis Costello and '''Bob Dylan''', 1995]]
 
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{{double image|right|Bob Dylan Blonde On Blonde album cover.jpg|160|Bob Dylan Blood On The Tracks album cover.jpg|160|Elvis Costello's "500 Albums You Need" ([[Vanity_Fair_2000-11-01|''Vanity Fair'', November, 2000]])  features nine albums by Bob Dylan, including ''[[Vanity_Fair_2000-11-01#Bob Dylan|Blonde On Blonde]]'' (1966)  and ''[[Vanity_Fair_2000-11-01#Bob Dylan|Blood On The Tracks]]'' (1974).}}
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{{double image|right|Bob Dylan Blonde On Blonde album cover.jpg|160|Bob Dylan Blood On The Tracks album cover.jpg|160|Elvis Costello's "500 Albums You Need" ([[Vanity Fair, November 2000|''Vanity Fair'', November, 2000]])  features nine albums by Bob Dylan, including ''[[Vanity Fair, November 2000#Bob Dylan|Blonde On Blonde]]'' (1966)  and ''[[Vanity_Fair_2000-11-01#Bob Dylan|Blood On The Tracks]]'' (1974).}}
 
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Latest revision as of 19:39, 13 January 2021

Elvis Costello and Bob Dylan, 1995
Elvis Costello's "500 Albums You Need" (Vanity Fair, November, 2000) features nine albums by Bob Dylan, including Blonde On Blonde (1966) and Blood On The Tracks (1974).

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Elvis Costello and Amos Lee opened for Bob Dylan, September-October, 2007:


Father of Jakob Dylan and Jesse Dylan


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