Dylan has been honoured with an award for services to throat nodules and antiseptic mouthwash. And who but a poet or a broken SatNav would ponder – how many roads must a man walk down? With his unique vocal style, of a goose farting in fog, he became the voice of a generation - not to be mistaken with a bobcat on heat.
Arguably the 60s most disappointing icon after ‘The Singing Nun’, he was applauded for sounding like nails down a blackboard. Generously described as a mediocre singer by his fans and as deeply erotic by a braying donkey, Dylan has spent decades perfecting his howler monkey impression.
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