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Nope. 1962. On his second record, the one with “Blowin’ in the Wind,” he made this fun racket, but it was only on early versions of the LP. Pretty close to the sound that hurt Pete Seeger’s sensitive and politically correct ears at the Newport Folk Festival in ‘65, though Pete Seeger too would later […]
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