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Day 273: Get Reviewed

September 29 (1961) Bob Dylan’s performance at Gerde’s Folk City in Greenwich Village is favorably reviewed by Robert Shelton in The New York Times.

“Resembling a cross between a choir boy and a beatnik, Mr. Dylan has a cherubic look and a mop of tousled hair he partly covers up with a Huck Finn black corduroy cap. His clothes may need a bit of tailoring, but when he works his guitar, harmonica or piano and composes new songs faster than he can remember them, there is no doubt that he is bursting at the seams with talent...”

 

 

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