Literature Nobel Prize 2016 goes to…

Bob Dylan is the recipient of the 2016 Nobel prize for literature for “having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition”.

(Even if you do not read this article further, try to listen Bob Dylan’s Song – “Blowin’ In The Wind”.)
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Till I got this information through one of my friends in whatsapp, I did not know about Bob Dylan! 😦

I listen english music very rarely, more precisely, only when someone forcefully recommend a song. (Like my son forced me to listen Justin Bieber’s Never Say Never Again!)

I realized that Bob Dylan is an American songwriter, singer, artist, and writer. He has been influential in popular music and culture for more than five decades!

More than five decades….what a miss! 🙂 

My friend also shared a song from Bob Dylan – “Blowin’ In The Wind”. Actually, after listening to that song, I decided to check about the person! Wow, excellent one and a must listen!

If you can spare 2 minutes and 38 seconds, please listen the song. You will like it! Click here to listen in youtube!

…now if you are interested to know more about Bob Dylan….visit http://bobdylan.com/ 🙂

I have decided to listen some more songs from Bob Dylan, yes without anyone forcing me!

How about you…..? 


Quick References:

Songs of Bob Dylan: http://bobdylan.com/songs/

The Guardian says “Fascinating, infuriating, enduring: Bob Dylan deserves his Nobel prize”

Nobel Prize Announcement : Original Link here.


Pic: From google. Labelled for Reuse.


 

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