Bob Dylan has finally revealed his unreleased song “Murder Most Foul” which talks about the last few minutes of the late President John F. Kennedy’s demise.
It takes back to the time when JFK was killed brutally in the early ’60s which was quite intricate. In his 17 minutes song which is classic Dylan isn’t chasing anything and going steadily.
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.”
Thought Bob is not telling all of it completely, he just adds a message with the song: “Greetings to my fans and followers with gratitude for all your support and loyalty over the years. This is an unreleased song we recorded a while back that you might find interesting. Stay safe, stay observant and may God be with you.”
Bob’s recording period began after a long time and his latest album was out in 2017 known as triple album Triplicate with 30 songs “classic American tunes” after his “2016 Fallen Angels and Shadows in the Night in 2015.”
In the year 2016 Bob received Nobel Prize in Literature post that he gave a brief talk which was unusual, important and totally Dylan way.