COMPETITION: WIN BOB DYLAN VIDEOS
Sunday 14 May 1995
The 73-minute video features 12 tracks, including many of Dylan's best-loved songs, played in the same semi-acoustic style as his recent concerts: 'All Along the Watchtower', 'The Times They Are a-Changin' ', 'Tombstone Blues', 'Knockin' on Heaven's Door' and 'Like a Rolling Stone' are all included alongside 'John Brown', a live favourite recently issued for the first time, and a new song, 'Dignity'. The video usually costs £12.99, but we have 20 copies to give away to the first 20 readers to send us the answer to the following question:
At which venue did Dylan play his recent London concerts?
Answers on a postcard to Dylan, Arts, Independent on Sunday, 1 Canada Sq, London E14 5DL, by Fri 19 May. Usual rules apply.
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