Dylan Finds a New Generation of Avid Listeners

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For the first time in 30 years, Bob Dylan has an album that is No. 1 on music sales charts. Musician David Was, who co-produced an album for Dylan some years ago, says it's more than just luck that makes a 65-year-old singer relevant to young music lovers.

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