The meaning of music


The best possible response, however, to the question 'What are your songs about?' was vintage 60s Bob Dylan: 'Oh, some are about four minutes, some are about five, and some, believe it or not, are about eleven or twelve,' he replied.
Quote is from Karen O'Brien's biography of Joni Mitchell. Read about the birth of rock here.
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