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|Quote (Hermagoras @ Mar. 25 2009,11:14)|
|Nah. No way. True Dylan's a writer, while Rod Stewart is slowly becoming the lounge singer of his childhood dreams, but Dylan's got a voice that's just right for his songs: he wraps his voice around a lyric. The proper comparison is to Frank Sinatra. |
Actually, I would have suggested the proper comparison is Willie Nelson. Both have voices that are more gravel-truck than Sinatra. But, as you say, both know how to own a song.
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