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All Along the Watchtower

All Along the Watchtower


by Bob Dylan

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So far, Bob Dylan has performed "All Along the Watchtower more than 1,700 times." It's the song he has performed the most times, just above "Like A Rolling Stone" on the list. (Source)

Many people think that the change in Dylan's music from Blonde on Blonde and John Wesley Harding is due to the trauma of a motorcycle accident he had in Woodstock, New York in 1966. (Source)

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