Don't forget Dylan-penned Farewell, Angelina, the title song of Joanie's 1965 album of the same name. Really beautiful; I have the record and have been meaning to transfer it to CD.
Oh, and I hear Dylan is on the cover of the AARP magazine this month--ha ! (For you Euros, AARP is American Association of Retired Persons.) Sigh...we're all getting a bit long in the tooth.
Speaking of old-fart rockers (I'm too lazy to go to another thread) Keith Richards' autobiography, Life, was a pretty good read. Dude likes to get loaded and fight, apparently, ho ho. He tells what kind of groupies he likes, what kind he doesn't, the truth about that 'got his blood replaced' story, and what he reaallly thinks about Mick Jagger. Mostly, though, he talks about music, and he spends many pages explaining his particular guitar tricks, how he do what he do. Guitar pickers might find the book worthy just for that.