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    Dylan & Scorsese!
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    a Netflix piece i suspect is must-watch. Anybody tried it yet?

    https://datebook.sfchronicle.com/mov...ylan-mythology
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    With McGuinn and Dylan strumming along at Gordon Lightfoot’s house, a timid Joni Mitchell digs assuredly into the groove of her new song “Coyote.”

    That alone would be worth watching....
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    Just starting watching it....great stuff...
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    Dylan's voice was so crisp and clear. Dylan driving the tour bus is priceless.
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    I'm not sure the writer of the article understands that some of the participants in the documentary are playing parts which are fictional. Sharon Stone as a for instance.
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    Worth watching for the music, some of which is extraordinarily good and some of which is awful. And as NotDutra points out, the story narratives and time lines are often total fiction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jc203 View Post
    Worth watching for the music, some of which is extraordinarily good and some of which is awful. And as NotDutra points out, the story narratives and time lines are often total fiction.
    Reading the review in today's paper, it seems that almost all the 'discussion' between snippets of historical footage is fiction.
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    Where is Aaron?! Interested in his take. I enjoyed it. Really liked Dylan's singing and his pithy comments in the interview segments. My Dad is a bob Dylan fan, but I don't think he has Netflix. Maybe I should have him over and watch it again.
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