Thoughts on Bob Dylan’s “Modern Times”

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“Taxi, New York at Night” by Ted Croner, 1947

I recently read a book called “The Dilemma of Modern Belief”. written in 1963 by Samuel H. Miller who was the Dean of the Harvard Divinity School. When I read the following I immediately thought of the cover of “Modern Times.” Continue reading

“It’s All Good” by Bob Dylan – A “put-down song” for an over-used cliche

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“It’s all good.” That is all I wish to say about this “put-down song” from Bob Dylan and Robert Hunter, the lyricist from the Grateful Dead. And I’m not being ironic when I say that. But is this cliche a worthy target for a Dylan “put-down”?  Continue reading