Liner notes: Produced by John Hammond

There's a couple of really good songwriters here tonight; I hope they don't listen too closely.' Through most of this set, Bob Dylan, in cowboy shirt, jeans and shades, has been standing in the midst of a small group on the floor off to the side, behind backstage barriers.

One of the earliest intersections of Bob Dylan and Neil Young's music was at

In many European markets, the album itself was actually retitled Subterranean Homesick Blues for some reason or another, likely to capitalize on the popularity of the song at the time.)And here's the last word on Neil Young versus Bob Dylan on the asking the question "Who is better - Neil Young or Bob Dylan?" One intrepid poster named Warwickjo framed it this way:

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Dylan gave the cover his inimitable stamp with Bob playing the keyboard and a full band treatment.

A reader comments below that Young's "Bandit" is a nod to Dylan's "Talkin' World War III Blues":From the article "An Analysis of Music and Lyrics in Relation to American Culture in the 1960s" on by Andrew Lasho there is a comparison of Neil Young's and Bob Dylan's "Blowin’ in the Wind":

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Coming on the heels of his breakthrough solo record "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere," After The Gold Rush upped the ante even further, showing that Neil had moved far beyond his origins in Buffalo Springfield and the comparisons to Bob Dylan.

He didn't name it and doesn't refer to it as such, but folk-rock legend Bob Dylan has been on what's become known as his Never Ending Tour since 1988.

Young, fully as ambitious in his music, kept closer to the ground than Dylan and sneaked into rock's pantheon like a highwayman."Allegedly, Young's comment regarding "Subterranean Homesick Blues" from Highway 61 Revisited* was: .

girl from the north country written and directed by conor mcpherson music and lyrics by bob dylan. the sell-out old vic production transfers to the west end

Bob Dylan and Neil Young during finale "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" at BobFest
Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York, October 16, 1992
Johnny Cash and June Carter on vocal backup among others
Another musical encounter the two had was for the Bob Dylan's 30th Anniversary tribute in 1992.

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'Bob Dylan':
Neil gets it just for The Old Laughing Lady
Backing bands - Crazy Horse vs The Band:
The Band all the way
Superstar conglomerations - CSNY vs Travelling Wilburys:
CSNY by a country mile
Lyrical genius:
Musical genius:
NeilRock N Roll - Subterranean Homesick Blues vs.

A Rock & Roll Trinity: The Father, The Son, and The Holy Ghost Bob Dylan, Neil Young & Eric Clapton, Madison Square Garden, New York City - 1992

In the authorized biography , when asked by author Jimmy McDonough about Dylan's musical influence, Neil Young refers to himself as "a 'B student' of Bob Dylan." In 1977, John Rockwell wrote in a New York Times article : There is little doubt that Young's place in rock history is secure.