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Bob Dylan’s ‘Nashville Skyline’: 10 Things You Didn’t Know

Find out his original album title, his surprise studio guest on “Lay Lady Lay” and more facts about the 1969 country masterpiece, which is celebrating 50 years

In April 1969, Bob Dylan went to Nashville to record his ninth studio album. It would be his third time recording there with local session pros and producer Bob Johnston, but this time it would be different: Unlike the “thin, wild mercury sound” of 1966’s Blonde on Blonde and the ominous acoustic folk of 1967’s John Wesley Harding, his next LP would be a traditional country record. He called it Nashville Skyline.
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