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Bob Dylan fooled the world for decades claiming to have written many of the melodies to his hit songs when in fact most of the melodies were from preexisting songs that he did not write, including Blowin In The Wind. In a last nail in the coffin scenario James Damiano's movie "Eleven Years" draws the straw that breaks the camel's back, rivets Bob Dylan to his secret past of plagiarism and rewrites musical history"......Virtue Films No artist can lay claim to the controversy that has surrounded the career of songwriter James Damiano. Thirty two years ago James Damiano began an o
BOB DYLAN FOOLED THE WORLD FOR DECADES CLAIMING TO HAVE WRITTEN MANY OF THE MELODIES TO HIS HIT SONGS WHEN IN FACT MOST OF THE MELODIES WERE FROM PREEXISTING SONGS THAT HE DID NOT WRITE. WHAT BOB DYLAN DID AND EVEN ADMITTED TO IN A APRIL 04, 2004 INTERVIEW WITH ROBERT HILBURN OF THE L.A. TIMES WAS TO SIMPLY CHANGE THE WORDS TO EXISTING MELODIES THEN CREDITED HIS NAME TO THE ENTIRE SONG. DYLAN EVEN ADMITTED THAT HE WROTE 'BLOWIN' IN THE WIND' IN 10 MINUTES BY SIMPLY CHANGING THE WORDS TO THE OLD SPIRITUAL SONG 'NO MORE AUCTION BLOCK" IN A LAST NAIL IN THE COFFIN SCENARIO JAMES DAMIA
In a last nail in the coffin scenario James Damiano's movie "Eleven Years" draws the straw that breaks the camel's back, rivets Bob Dylan to his secret past of plagiarism and rewrites musical history"......Virtue Films BOB DYLAN FOOLED THE WORLD FOR DECADES Secularly Bob Dylan is considered by the global intellectual community to be the oracle of conscious intellectualism. He is the most idolized, admired, celebrated, honored and revered celebrity above all other celebrities in the free world Dylan is considered the “star of stars”, idolized by the likes of James Taylor,
Bob Dylan stood out from his contemporaries Bob Dylan stood out from his contemporaries as a song-writer because he stole more boldly and with more imagination. He had hardly heard someone sing Scarborough Fair when he cannibalised it for Girl from the North Country, apparently mistaking the word fair for an adjective. As a privateer of song, no wonder Captain Kidd the pirate was his hero. They both spotted other people's treasure and brought it home as their own. http://christinexoxo.yolasite.com/