Bob Dylan’s Christmas Album: The Jewish Contribution to the ‘Holiday’ Genre (Part 2)

Seth Rogovoy, author of Bob Dylan: Prophet, Mystic, Poet, wrote yesterday about Bob Dylan’s Judaism. He is guest-blogging all week for MyJewishLearning and the Jewish Book Council.
Perhaps the most surprising thing about Bob Dylan’s Christmas album is that it took nearly fifty years for him to make one.  Continue reading here.

3 responses to “Bob Dylan’s Christmas Album: The Jewish Contribution to the ‘Holiday’ Genre (Part 2)

  1. I think Dean Martin belongs in the classic crooner category. Have (m)any Christians recorded Hanukkah albums? Has there ever been an album of songs that has been created to feed peoples’ bellies with food, and their hearts with happiness but at the same time caused so much controversy? This is history in the making. Where were you when Christmas in the Heart was released?

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