In his book No One Else Could Play That Tune Clinton Heylin notes that the only contemporary radio interview in which Bob Dylan talked about Blood On The Tracks was with Mary Travers but he carefully steered her away from it after a brief exchange. This is said interview (just the talk, the commercials and music are edited out). They also talk about Woody Guthrie and songs of social conscience, the then forthcoming Basement Tapes release and, at one stage, the conversation gets a little philosophical until Bob points out to Travers that she is crossing another one of his red lines.

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