Bob Dylan's Contribution To Literature Proven Through These 12 Timeless Covers

Great news for all Bob Dylan fans! The singer-songwriter won the Nobel Prize for Literature for "having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition," and we couldn't agree less. And to honor his legend on such a historical recognition, here are 12 timeless covers that will take you back in time. 

Just Like a Woman

Just Like a Woman has had a lot of covers, but nothing was as beautiful as this.

Masters of War

Eddie Vedder took Bob Dylan's music to an all new high in this cover.

Mama, You've Been On My Mind

Mama, You've Been On My Mind bought this song in 1991 to us and we can't be more thankful!

Going to Acapulco

Featured in the 2007 movie  'I'm Not There' ,this cover is for all Bob Dylan lovers.

"I Shall Be Released"

First appeared on Music from Big Pink, this cover came out in 1968 by the Band. Richard Manuel, the lead vocalist lead the rendition.

Knockin' on Heaven's Door

Knockin' on Heaven's Door by Guns N' Roses took our heart away!

One More Cup of Coffee

One More Cup of Coffee by Robert Plant was more than what we could have asked for.

Mr. Tambourine Man

The Byrds's Mr. Tambourine Man gave them the much-needed platform to showcase their ability and made them a global celebrity.

It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

It's All Over Now, Baby Blue by Them came out in 1966 and it was every bit brilliant.

All Along the Watchtower

Jimi Hendrix was overwhelming and took us to a different world. 

Make You Feel Love My Love

Adele came out with track from 1997’s Time Out Of Mind and we loved it to the core!

If Not For You

Saving the best for the last, George Harrison's was a cover, although it came out at the same time as the original. If Not For You

There is nothing more beautiful than good music and with these Bob Dylan covers, you can expect it all the time. 

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