During the 1960s, three of the biggest musicians in the world were The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan. While the three were music rivals, they all greatly respected each other. The Beatles and the Stones both considered Dylan to be a significant influence. Dylan also enjoyed the two British bands and, at one point, suggested uniting the bands to make a mega album. However, it wasn’t meant to be. 

Bob Dylan almost made an album with The Beatles and The Rolling Stones

Bob Dylan performs at the Warfield in San Francisco, California
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Dylan was an influential figure among the members of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. John Lennon credited the “Like a Rolling Stone” singer as a key figure behind his songwriting style on songs such as “In My Life”, “I’m a Loser”, and “You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away”. While Dylan kept his feelings close to his chest, he was privately a massive admirer of the two bands. 

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