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I happened to be there the night that Dylan sang New York the first time. It was a hootenanny at Gerde's. Van Ronk and I were sitting together and this kid got up and sang, and we both thought immediately that he was fabulous. We both thought that he was just marvelous -- no limit to his potential.
Chuck Hirsch, Tom Paxton on Dylan, Zimmerman Blues, No. 7, Fall 1977
TOM PAXTON SONG COVERED BY BOB DYLAN:
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