100 Greatest Bob Dylan Songs

From "Just Like a Woman" to "John Wesley Harding," we count down the American icon's key masterpieces

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71. "Most Likely You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine" (1966)

This might've been a much less dynamic rocker had bassist Charlie McCoy not picked up a trumpet and asked to play along with Dylan's harmonica riff. Dylan declined, because he hated overdubs. "[Charlie] said … 'I can play the bass and the trumpet at the same time,'" keyboardist Al Kooper recalled. "Our jaws hit the ground." Dylan thought the stunt might distract him while singing, so he ordered McCoy to play behind a curtain. The trumpet ended up adding a funky energy to one of Dylan's bitter send-offs.

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