15 songs mentioning Dylan (part 1 & 2)

Part 2

This mind map has the leftovers of the first search (see below) as well as songs mentioned in the comments and input by Tom Willems. I’m pretty sure that both mind maps cover at least 90 % of all songs that mention Dylan.

Part 1

A counter mind map to the previous one (using the same mind map search engine, and trying to optimize it). Songs that mention Dylan, including some weird ones, like Etzioni’s “Bob Dylan is dead”. As a result of the mind map search an interesting explanation was found of the lyrics of Garden Party (scan the QR code).

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11 Responses to 15 songs mentioning Dylan (part 1 & 2)

  1. Alan Kind says:

    Don’t overlook ‘Zimmerman Blues’ by Ralph McTell. A superb song.
    Best wishes.
    Alan Kind

    • The mind map search was performed among others with the keyword “dylan”. So I am doubting to include this one, because it is not a direct mention. I agree that it is a great song.

  2. Gary Peterson says:

    Missed Jesus Jones “Right Here, Right Now”

  3. Jeff Tweedy, “Bob Dylan’s Beard”

  4. Darkeyez says:

    “Where’s Bob Dylan When You Need Him?” I love this song by John Oszajca.

  5. Jeff says:

    A big omission is Rick Nelson’s “Garden Party”
    “Talking Bob and Woody, Dan and Bruce Blues” by the great Dan Bern deserves mention, or at least a listen.

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