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It was 1966, and record company talent scouts were still touring the Village looking for " the new Dylan " .
Thanks anyway and love to Dylan, he is a real trooper and don't forget to tell him he is a pioneer!
It is a traditional folk tune that had been covered by Bob Dylan.
It is also nice to note that unlike some so serious and self-important critics, Dylan was no musical snob.
And the last social of the term was the Xmas meal at Dylan 's (and then onto Jive).