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Daily Rewind: Bob Dylan, Steven Tyler, Jim Marshall + More

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Today Meat Loaf serves up some tour dates, Steven Tyler ironically can’t remember the Decade of Excess, Bob Dylan goes into the movie business, and in today’s attempt to capture a Pulitzer, we look at a urinal that lets you play guitar while you pee.

Plus, amp king Jim Marshall passes away, we look back at Steve Perry’s much-younger face, and our countdown of the Top 100 Classic Rock Songs continues with a walk through the desert and two mighty guitar riffs.

Today’s Stories from Ultimate Classic Rock:

Marshall Tucker Band’s Doug Gray Loves ‘Togetherness’ Cruises Have to Offer
Bob Dylan’s ‘Blood on the Tracks’ to Be Turned Into Motion Picture
Steve Perry – Then and Now
No. 77: Mountain, ‘Mississippi Queen’ – Top 100 Classic Rock Songs
Meat Loaf Announces 2012 Tour Dates
You Can Now Play Guitar With Your Pee
Vince Neil Explains What Led to Feud With Vegas Casino
Steven Adler on Current Guns N’ Roses Lineup: ‘I Meant To Say Scabs’
Steven Tyler Pretends He Remembers the ’80s on ‘American Idol’
No. 78: America, ‘A Horse With No Name’ – Top 100 Classic Rock Songs
Jim Marshall, ‘Father of Loud’ and Founder of Marshall Amps, Dead at 88
No. 76: Nazareth, ‘Hair of the Dog’ – Top 100 Classic Rock Songs

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