Bob dylan: His Life
Bob Dylan , Who is real name is Robert Allen Zimmerman , was born on May the 24 th of 1941 . It is anAmerican singer – songwriter , musician , poet and painter who has been a major figure in popular music for five decades . Dylan performs with guitar , piano andharmonica . Much of his most celebrated work dates from the 1960s when he was , at fist , an informal chronicler and then an apparently reluctant figurehead ofsocial unrest . A number of his songs , such as « Blow'in the Wind » « The Times They Are a Changin » became anthems for both the civil rights and the anti-warmovements. He has explored many traditions of American song , from folk , blues , country to gospel and rock and roll .
He has received a lot of awards overthe years including Grammy , Golden Globe and Academy Awards
The Song Protest : Blow'in The Wild
The song was written in a pub , in april 1962 . It isafter the political discussion that about notes are rapidemant put on the paper .
Bob Dylan rent then in the break of Gil Turner's concert , friand of Dylan .Enthousiastic , Gil learns the song and he has sing her when he returned on scene . The end the public was standing and the ovatione .
The melody of the songis easy , and is inspired by a traditional air of the black slaves . A few days later , resumed on the university lawn , by etudaints and singers folk , She isthen recorded in March , 1963 .
Blow 'in the Wild is the first important composition of Bob Dylan . It is also one of song most fame of the « Protest Song »