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Lake, Greg

Date: Mon, 11 Mar 1996 20:54:00 -0700 
From: glynne walley (walleytg@COUGARNET.BYU.EDU)) 
Subject: Greg Lake??????


A while back, somewhere amidst all the Great Bootleg Debate and Neo-Nazi
arguments, people were talking about a couple of songs Bob cowrote with Greg Lake
at the end of the 1970s--I believe they were Love You Too Much and If I Don't Be
There By Morning (or maybe just one of them, or something else around the same
place in the big gray book). . .

My question is, how did Bob get hooked up with Greg Lake in the first place? This
_is_ the same Lake of Emerson, Lake & Palmer fame, isn't it? Now, don't get me
wrong, ELP were my faves in high school (perfect antidote to the Madonna and
Michael Jackson everyone else was listening to)--I even saw them when they
reunited (sort of) as Emerson, Lake & Powell. . .

But Dylan and Lake? Something just does not compute here. I can't think of
anything more antithetical to Dylan's music than the cheesy art-rock world Lake
comes from (much as I may love that world). "C'est La Vie", anyone? ... 

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