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Jones, who keeps blundering into strange situations, and the more questions he asks, the less the world makes sense to him. Critic Andy Gill called the song "one of Dylan's most unrelenting inquisitions, a furious, sneering, dressing-down of a hapless bourgeois intruder into the hipster world of freaks and weirdoes which Dylan now inhabited.
Jones, Dylan was deadpan: You know him, but not by that name I saw him come into the room one night and he looked like a camel.
He proceeded to put his eyes in his pocket. I asked this guy who he was and he said, 'That's Mr. He also wears suspenders. You just get tired of that every once in a while. You just don't want to answer no more questions.
So, every once in a while you got to do this kind of thing, you got to put somebody in their place So this is my response to something that happened over in England. I think it was about '63, ' Seems to be people around still like that. So I still sing it.
Jones was based on a specific journalist. When Dylan and his entourage later chanced on the hapless reporter in the hotel dining room, Dylan shouted mockingly, "Mr.
Gettin' it all down, Mr. Obviously there must have been a tremendous amount of them for me to write that particular song. It was like, 'Oh man, here's the thousandth Mister Jones'. Interpretation[ edit ] Dylan critic Mike Marqusee writes that "Ballad of a Thin Man" can be read as "one of the purest songs of protest ever sung", with its scathing take on "the media, its interest in and inability to comprehend [Dylan] and his music.
Jones, as "one of Dylan's greatest archetypes", characterizing him as "a Philistinea person who does not see Gill writes that this interpretation is based upon "the cumulative inference of references" to a series of images in the song: An incomplete early take of the song, immediately preceding the master and featuring organ fills by Paul Griffin, was released on the 6-disc and disc editions of The Bootleg Series Vol.
The Cutting Edge — in The Soundtrack ; recorded May 20, ; also released in on Live Inall the live performances of the song were assembled on the box set The Live Recordingswith the May 26, performance released separately on the album The Real Royal Albert Hall Concert.
Legacy and later versions[ edit ] The song was referenced by The Beatles in their song " Yer Blues " The title character of the song "Mr. Jones" from the album Naked by Talking Heads is based on this song.Did You Know?
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