Lou Reed live in Paris, 1974.

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Im not going to write a fantasy song. Even a song like ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’ really isn’t a fantasy. There’s substance to the dream. Because you’ve seen it, you know? In order to have a dream, there’s something in front of you. You have to have seen something or have heard something for you to dream it. It becomes *your* dream then. Whereas a fantasy is just your imagination wandering around. I don’t really look at my stuff like that. It’s happened, it’s been said, I’ve heard it: I have proof of it. I’m a messenger. I get it. It comes to me so I give it back in my particular style.” - Bob Dylan [x]

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Rolling Stones in Frankfurt, 1976.

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Title: Maxwell's Silver Hammer Artist: The Beatles 310 plays

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Bob Dylan

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“Where does it all lead? What will become of us? These were our young questions, and young answers were revealed. It leads to each other. We become ourselves.” 

“We used to laugh at our small selves, saying that I was a bad girl trying to be good and that he was a good boy trying to be bad.”

“We were as Hansel and Gretel and we ventured out into the black forest of the world.” 

― Patti Smith, Just Kids

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