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'It’s lonesome without them.'The Duluth, Minnesota native was asked if he ever took for granted, the greatness in any of the many famous faces he's known for more than past 50 years.'I can’t say who’s great or who isn’t,' Dylan said.'If somebody does achieve greatness it’s only for a minute and anyone is capable of that.'Greatness is beyond your control - I think you get it by chance, but it’s only for a short time.'Asked if he was nervous in his career performing for a number of prominent personalities - ranging from The Beatles to U. presidents - the Blowin' in the Wind singer said, 'All of them.'The Like a Rolling Stone artist, speaking on the state of contemporary music, said that he 'liked Amy Winehouse’s last record,' adding that he 'absolutely' was a fan of the retro-soul singer, who died at 27 in July 2011.'She was the last real individualist around,' Dylan said of the Rehab songstress.
For if you and I can both comprehend this neon titty twister of inanity then surely there is shared experience in this dark journey of life.Heartbroken: Bob Dylan, pictured here in 2015, said he feels 'lonesome' in the wake of losing multiple friends last year.The vanguard singer-songwriter, 75, gave a rare interview on his website Wednesday'Sure, they all did - we were like brothers, we lived on the same street and they all left empty spaces where they used to stand,' the Knockin' on Heaven's Door performer said.After opening with one of those irritatingly ubiquitous flash-forwards to a low point in the protagonist’s arc — namely, fighting a trained bear for money in a bar — the film bouncily fills us in on Wepner’s upbringing and early adulthood in working-class Bayonne, New Jersey.Married to no-nonsense postal worker Phyll (a superb Elisabeth Moss), he holds a day job as a liquor salesman (“I was too nice to be a debt collector”) and, true to his personality, rises through the pugilistic ranks more on the strength of his bullish resilience than any killer instinct.