Coda Collection’s Greg Kot explains the genius of Bob Dylan

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FILE – American singer Bob Dylan smiles as he performs during his show at the Colombes Olympic stadium in Colombes, France on June 24, 1981. Dylan’s entire catalog of songs, which spans 60 years and is among the most prized next to that of the Beatles, is being acquired by Universal Music Publishing Group. The deal covers 600 song copyrights. (AP Photo/Herve Merliac, File)

The Rolling Stone published its top 500 songs of all time this week, naming Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone” in the top 10. Coda Collection Editorial Director Greg Kot joins John Williams to describe what it is that drew his audience and that makes his work so special.

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