Bob Dylan Censors Himself
It was Dylan's first appearance in a country where he's still seen by some as an icon of the anti-war movement through politically-charged peace songs including The Times They Are A Changing and Blowin' in the Wind.
Government officials usually demand to vet western artist's setlists to delete political content. But event promoter Rod Quinton says: "No restrictions were imposed." more on this story
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