Highway 61 Interactive

First Appeared in The Music Box, October 1995, Volume 2, #9

Written by John Metzger



Fans of Bob Dylan utilizing IBM-compatible PCs with a CD-ROM drive ought to give Highway 61 Interactive a whirl. It's a fresh, exciting look into the many worlds of Dylan's life. Starting in Greenwich Village in the early 60s, you can walk down the street, examining just about everything. There are interviews, video clips, song snippets, and other assorted oddities tucked into every nook and cranny of this digital universe.


Of Further Interest...

Bob Dylan - Tell Tale Signs: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 8

Grateful Dead - Road Trips, Vol. 2, No. 2: Carousel, February 14, 1968

Roger McGuinn - Treasures from the Folk Den


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