Simon Cowell chose the song, originally released by Dylan in 1974, as this year winner’s single
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Strangely, two of these, 'Up the Junction' and 'Virginia Plain', also featured in the top 10 songs whose titles are only in the final words. There were disputes: Citizen Sane nominated 'Losing My Religion' by REM, but Stuart Ritchie and I ruled that it has a chorus. And no, there's no Bob Dylan. Editor's privilege
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'Stunning, revelatory and downright perplexing. Like the man himself'
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“The empty handed painter from your streets / Is drawing crazy patterns on your sheets,” Bob Dylan sang on his 1965 hit "It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue". While Dylan, now 72, is loved by millions for creating songs with such depth, anger, and poetry, he has also always been a visual artist, albeit a private one.
What is it with modern musicians and painting? What spurious orthodoxy now decrees that no rock star of note reaches his/her 50th birthday without having an exhibition of scratchy-dauby artworks launched in a major gallery? Did Schubert or Liszt or Beethoven pause in their labours at the keyboard to knock off charming watercolours of the scene from their music-room window? No. Today, you can't throw a paintbrush across Cork Street without hitting another ageing rocker mounting canvases onto a whitewashed wall.
Doctor Who star Matt Smith has emulated Bob Dylan as he thanked fans for their support during his time on the show.