It’s not every day Bob Dylan shares an unreleased song, and a message to his many loyal supporters. Today is that day.
The legendary songsmith drops “Murder Most Foul,” a powerful retelling of JFK’s last moments on earth, his gruesome assassination and the complicated world of the early ‘60s. At a touch under 17 minutes in playing time, it's an epic. Dylan sure isn’t chasing radio airplay.
On it, he sings: “It was a dark day in Dallas, November ’63. The day that will live on in infamy. President Kennedy was a-riding high, good day to be living and good day to die.”