I think that with Bob Dylan around, we're living in an era where we have Whitman presenting new work, we have Dickens presenting new work, we have Yeats and Shakespeare presenting new work. It's that level.
Bob Dylan's not a hype and a haircut: he's the real thing.
I loved Mal Evans holding one note down on You Won't See Me from Rubber Soul.
I think I drift toward sad love songs.
Working with Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson takes you up another level.