The Beatles talk about Bob Dylan

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TheNightOwlsSquadron : Paul: "He was our idol." Ringo: "Bob was our hero." George: "N--Not an idol, we just heard his record, as I said." good shit

DJ Bisogno : "our idol" "well not an idol"

zodiacbluesbaby : Saying the Beatles wrote great melodies with corny lyrics is the same as claiming Dylan writes great poetry but can't sing. Missing the point. Dylan said recently that Paul McCartney is one surviving artist he admires above almost anyone else. They're both geniuses.

Stuart D : lol "and i laughed and i laughed and i laughed... It was fabulous..." next question?

Jeff Matey : Paul's story is so freaking funny!

Razzlebathbone : For those who say Bob Dylan couldn't sing...Bowie said he had a voice like sand and glue. Can you imagine Dylan singing like Matt Monroe or Frank Sinatra? It just wouldn't be Dylan....get with the programme.

Christopher Casey : The Beatles clearly prolonged their career because of Dylan. They don't want to write meaningless love songs, and they expanded by leaps and bounds.

Virginia Abreu de Paula : The Beatles didn't prolong their career thanks to Dylan. They were already fabulous before meeting Dylan. They kept on improving because they were amazing. Dylan also learn a thing or two with them.They shared their geniality.

51MontyPython : "There are seven levels...(gulp)" ....ha ha What a nut.

Leopard Skin Pillbox Hat : in 1965 After listening to Subterranean Homesick Blues for the first time, John Lennon (25) was about to retire from music industry.

J o n a t h a n : ringo star at the end you just got to laugh.

Sarah : its sad that john isnt in this video :(

Paul Trotter : Pot is indeed fabulous

TheRedfire555 : Ringo: he was a hero! Paul: He was an idol! George: Not... an idol... we just heard his record. lol That's why George is the best. I understand how Dylan influenced the Beatles... but the Beatles were far better musicians than Dylan was.

The Artful Dodger : Yes! There are SEVEN levels!

Mohammed Hanif : These at their best beat Lennon/Mcartney at their best: Dylan Leonard Cohen Tom Waits (And I'd like to sneak in Richard Thompson).

Virginia Abreu de Paula : Okand, it's incorret. The Beatles never went apart. Most people got stuck in the early seventies when the band split. Look at the present. They created a family. I saw Dhanny calling Ringo of uncle Ringo. Julian refers to Paul as Uncle |Paul. They moved on and passed hours and hours together. See Anthology. See the last days of George...Ringo and Paul visiting him. He died in a house that belongs to Paul. They left the problems behind. Their most imporant message. Love wins.

Sharon Sheehy : Woody Guthrie was bobs hero without a doubt

Luke Robinson : This is taken from the making of a hard day's night documentary for anyone who's interested.

Jack Wright : Google-minus disables replies after a certain time (why??) but here's an FYI for Idchappell1: the word is sinsemilla, not sensimilla. Sin-semilla means "without seed": in the early days, bags of pot usually had lots of stems and seeds in them which were not good for smoking, so sinsemilla was a step up, and anyone who brought that to a party acquired a lot of coolness points.

Theodore Perez : This video is very spinal tap

Kevin Peterson : a movement is accomplished in six stages and the seventh brings return the seven is the number of the young light it forms when darkness is increased by one change returns success going and coming without error action brings good fortune sunset

Paul Abbott : There's actually 8 levels, its like you don't know anything

Kilo Cam : Why are they talking like he's dead

Heather Heininge : there ARE 7 levels. BOOM

XEdgeRenegade666 : Thank you very much for uploading this video and The Beatles Hats off once again at your legacy

Anubis&Artemis : That with the seven levels isn´t that far from the truth.I mean it just sounds good.


Picnicl : It's weird how The Beatles fawned over Dylan, who has only a few songs up there with their own, yet you'll struggle to find them mention The Doors or The Byrds or The Small Faces or The Kinks.

awildart : I've been this fool for Ringo Starr, no particular reason, maybe he seems like someone who wouldn't bother to lie to anyone. I named the gray tabby cat I got for my 15th birthday "Ringo Starr" and my feelings for Ringo are so straight forward. My feelings for BD are more complicated. Naturally.

Alex G : Having just done pot for the first time, I bet Paul wakes up the next day, reads that and thinks to himself "Some context would be nice. Thanks for nothing goddamn universe!"

Dan S. : Final nod by Ringo to marijuana, not to Bob.

Sean Coates : i love this segment about smoking weed for the first time with bob dylan XD

jon mer : Seven levels 😆

Bling SugarBaby : Awesome interviews!

Javier Bautista : BOB IS GOD

MovieHound17 : Someone mind explain the part where paul talked about the 7 levels?

John Lennon Sr : faul

Underground : somebody please traslate me in spanish what they say

: I don't get what you're going on about. So what if Dylan "can't sing". You don't need to justify that or try to prove it wrong at all. His lyrical content makes up for it, that's the thing.

Sean Patrick : Dylan sucked.

Dan Apuzzo : People fighting over who is better < Listening to both for different reasons

Bush Channel : Yes getting high leads to delusions that your becoming greater and you’re on a path to somewhere more important... but nah you’re just high.

Kate Vielle : "There are seven levels" 😂😂

王韻婷 : Interesting that George Harrison and Bob Dylan are best friends

Andre Aladdin : Bob was a lyrical prophet.

Thinkb4utype : Dylan has that driving force in his voice that he developed when banging out folk tunes in cafes as a total nobody.

Bob Affolter : I remember being at my friend Greg's house somewhere around '72, and I laughed...and I laughed...and I laughed. His mom came in to say goodnight and I laughed...and I laughed...and I laughed. Man, I couldn't stop! She smiled at first, but when I just kept laughing she slammed the door and left. I kinda felt bad afterward. Greg wasn't too happy with me either by then. My other "laughing' memory was with Arnie Wickheiser in Rockaway, Oregon 1973. Found some old weed he'd forgotten about. Had a little mold on it and we wondered if it was still any good. Laughed til we were weak and our stomachs ached. Fun times! We were kids. Did I just read a comment by someone proclaiming his "expert opinion" stated as fact? I think I did! Oh, yes...far better

Ian Thomas : Interesting - and comical - to see the most talented Beatle (McCartney) making fun of himself and the least talented and most pretentious Beatle (Harrison) attempting to pass himself off as something of a sage.

John Smith : Wish I was at that party