An exploration of that section that The Beatles called “the middle eight.” Although the art and craft of songwriting has evolved profoundly over the past decades, one aspect which has remained constant is song structure itself. Although Dylan and others exploded the song in terms of lyrical expression, never did they invent a whole new […]

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