YOUR NIGHTLY VIDEO: Bob Dylan Does Dr. Seuss, Or — ‘Positively Mulberry Street’

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By: Greg Mitchell

They could have called it, I guess, Like a Rolling Seuss, but instead it gets the name, Dylan Hears a Who.

You guessed it, a Web site devoted to parodies of how the Bobster might cover the other great lyrics master from your youth, Dr. Seuss, in his mid-’60s voice and electricity. There are seven song selections but you might jump to “Green Eggs and Ham” first. It could have — perhaps should have — appeared on “Highway 61 Revisited.”

Hip cat meets cat in hat?

Only audio this time. So, sue me.

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Hat tip: Miki Johnson and Peter Knobler.

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Led Zeppelin visits “Gilligan’s Island”–

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Jon Stewart on Libby and Novak:

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Word that the son of “The Big Bopper” wants to dig up his body — something about Buddy Holly’s gun maybe being used in that tragic 1959 plane crash — sent us scurrying for vintage Buddy and Bopper clips.

Buddy Holly and the Crickets — “Oh Boy.”

The Big Bopper — “Chantilly Lace.”

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