Since I work in a library I can obviously not listen to music when I am in a public area. I do listen at times when I am in my office. Today I was in my office at about 10:15 listening to WPYX-HD2 Albany, NY on the web whose format is called the Vinyl Vineyard by its parent company Clear Channel. They started playing Dylan's Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts (http://www.bobdylan.com/moderntimes/songs/lily.html) from the Blood on the Tracks album released in 1975. All of a sudden the boss (not Bruce Sprinsteen) comes in. He wasn't annoyed at me but just wanted to tell me something. Anyway, I had to turn off the sound from the computer. Fortunately, this is not one of my favorite Dylan songs. since it is somewhat wordy.
While we are on the subject of Bob Dylan, Frank, the Dean of Saturday Night Oldies informed me that Dylan receive a Pulitzer Prize today for his songwriting efforts over the years.