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An almost cracked voice, and a beautiful guitar.
That's how I knew Bob Dylan when I was younger.
It was not that I was captivated by Dylan the first time I heard him.
My father used to listen to him quite frequently.
So I thought, "Let's see what kind of music this man makes".
From then on, I was mesmerised by Dylan and his music.
Dylan was brought up in Hibbing, a small town in Duluth.
He began writing poetry from a very tender age, but he wrote only for himself.
Only occasionally would he show his poems to his parents.
Music came much later, when he got hold of a six-string guitar, and …