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Dylan’s ‘Like a Rolling Stone’ gets video treatment

Dylan’s ‘Like a Rolling Stone’ gets video treatment

50 YEARS LATER: Bob Dylan plays the harmonica in this 1963 photo. Photo: Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — There weren’t music videos nearly 50 years ago when Bob Dylan released his hit “Like a Rolling Stone.”

But now the 1965 song is finally getting the video treatment — starting today.

The interactive video makes is expected to make its debut Tuesday.

It lets viewers switch between 16 different story lines that mimic TV channels.

Each of the “channels” show someone lip-synching the song. The new video marks the release of a 47-disc box set featuring Dylan’s music.

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