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First Video for Bob Dylan's 'Like a Rolling Stone' is a Grin-Inducing Multimedia Masterpiece

6/17/2014

By Josh Dickey
TheWrap

And you thought "I'm Not There" had a lot of Bob Dylans.

Using interactive video technology designed by Interlude, the video — a first for the song that Rolling Stone magazine declared the greatest rock song of all time — lets users "channel surf" through 16 well-known TV programs, all of whose stars are lip-synching along.The mercurial maestro has released a video for "Like a Rolling Stone" some 48 years after it was released, and it's a multimedia masterpiece.

No matter where you are in the song, or what channel you're on, a TV personality is right on point … and for no real reason whatsoever, that's awesome.

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The offerings run the gamut of your cable menu, including "Pawn Stars" (History); "Childhood Flavors" (Cuisine); "The Price is Right" (GSC); Mark Maron's "WTFC"; Sports Center (ESPN, and even the athletes are in on it); BBC News and many more (including one, Mus1c Classics, with Dylan himself).

But like a Dylan song, it's impossible to describe. You just have to experience it for yourself.

How does it feel?

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