Readers' Poll: The 10 Best Bob Dylan Covers
Bob Dylan performs at the Bitter End folk club in Greenwich Village in 1961 in New York City, New York. Sigmund Goode/Getty

Very few artists in rock history have seen more of their songs covered than Bob Dylan. It began in 1963 when "Blowin' In The Wind" became a standard song recorded by everyone from Peter, Paul and Mary to Sam Cooke and Stevie Wonder. During the next few years the Byrds, the Hollies, Sonny and Cher and too many others to count dove onto the Dylan bandwagon. Elvis Presley even got into the act when he laid down a version of "Tomorrow Is a Long Time" in 1966. To honor his 75th birthday, we asked our readers to select their favorite Bob Dylan covers. Here are the results.