'Propaganda, all is phoney.'
From the Bringing It All Back Home album of March 1965 It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) which contains the refrain 'Propaganda, all Is phoney'. What could be more appropriate from one of the great lyrical dissenters than a dismantling of media machinations as the Murdoch empire is shaken to its filthy foundations!
2011 was Dylan's seventieth year. Our anniversary shirts celebrate the Dylan of the sixties, when Bob was a voice of the civil rights movement, his songs a vital part of a global revolt from Prague to Berkeley. In the words of Mike Marqusee writer on Dylan, his music 'still asks demanding question of anyone who wants to change society'. What we're not celebrating is Dylan now playing gigs in Israel and China, renting out his music to advertise everything from upmarket underwear to Cadillacs, trading on his magnificent back catalogue without any of the anger and idealism that inspired him back then.
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