Bob Dylan Responds To Coronavirus With Song About JFK Assassination

Like numerous artists, Bob Dylan reacted to the coronavirus break out by launching brand-new songs.

However, the famous songwriter is most likely the only musician whose brand-new song is concentrated on the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

On Thursday evening, Dylan launched his very first initial listen 8 years– “Murder Most Foul,” a 17- minute legendary that concentrates on the murder of Kennedy.

According to Dylan’s tweet, the song was videotaped a while back, yet Variety kept in mind that can suggest “a matter of months or many years.”

The song does not sugarcoat points, stating that “t hey blew off his head while he was still in the auto” in the very first verse.

Dylan additionally places himself in Kennedy’s mind in some knowledgeables:

Riding in the rear seat beside my better half/ And it’s straight on right into the immortality/ I’m leaning to the left I obtained my head in her lap …

But “Murder Most Foul” isn’t just about– to price quote Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start the Fire”– “JFK / Blown away / What else do I have to say?”

NPR saw recommendations to at the very least 73 various other tracks in the ballad. Slate explained hat ideas to the Beatles, Stevie Nicks, Nat King Cole as well as also Queen.

Although many individuals are hypothesizing the brand-new song suggests a brand-new Dylan cd might be launched quickly, his individuals would certainly not validate anything to that result, according to Variety.

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