Bob Dylan Finally Makes a Video for His 1965 Hit, “Like a Rolling Stone”

Earlier today, we told you all about Bob Dylan’s controversial Victoria’s Secret commercial shot in 2004 — the first commercial in which the musician ever appeared on screen. Tonight, we leave you with this — Dylan’s newly-released video for his 1965 hit “Like a Rolling Stone.” As you’ll see, it’s not just a video. It’s an interactive video that lets “viewers flip through 16 television channels as a variety of television personalities lip-sync the lyrics.” You can check it out above, or watch it in a larger format here. The new video coincides with the release of Bob Dylan: The Complete Album Collection Vol. 1, a CD box set that contains “35 studio titles, 6 live albums, 2-CD ‘Side Tracks,’ and a hardcover book featuring new album-by-album liner notes.” The logical question is what’s left for Vol. 2?

via Rolling Stone

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