Keith Richards Slams Bob Dylan
But it hasn't stopped him naming Dylan's 1966 release Blonde On Blonde as an album everyone should hear before they die. Richards tells NME: "He showed you that rock'n'roll didn't need to be quite so restricted by that verse-chorus-verse formula. We app pushed each other in those days."
However, he continues: "Bob's a nasty little bugger. I remember him saying to me, 'I could have written Satisfaction, Keith - but you couldn't have written Desolation Row.'
"I said, 'Well, you're right there, Bob!'" more on this story
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