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First wife of singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. Wikipedia

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  • On November 22, 1965, Dylan secretly married 25-year-old former model Sara Lownds.Bob Dylan-Wikipedia
  • The songs have been linked to tensions in Dylan's personal life, including estrangement from his then-wife Sara.Blood on the Tracks-Wikipedia
  • Unbeknownst to Sedgwick, Dylan had secretly married his girlfriend Sara Lownds in November 1965.Edie Sedgwick-Wikipedia
  • Dylan married Sara Lownds, who had worked as a model and a secretary to Drew Associates, on November 22, 1965.Bob Dylan-Wikipedia
  • According to Warhol's collaborator Paul Morrissey, Sedgwick may have been in love with Dylan, and was shocked when she found out that Dylan had secretly married Sara Lownds in November 1965.Like a Rolling Stone-Wikipedia
  • The songs that constitute Blood on the Tracks have been described by many Dylan critics as stemming from his personal turmoil at the time, particularly his estrangement from his then-wife Sara Dylan.Blood on the Tracks-Wikipedia
  • An ambitious tribute to his wife, Sara, it is possibly Dylan's only song in which he steps out of his public persona and directly addresses a real person, with striking biographical accuracy.Desire (Bob Dylan album)-Wikipedia
  • Dylan was born on December 9, 1969 in New York City to folk singer Bob Dylan (né Robert Zimmerman) and model Sara Dylan (née Shirley Noznisky), both of whom are Jewish.Jakob Dylan-Wikipedia
  • In 1966, she broke the news in the Post that Bob Dylan had married Sara Lownds in a private ceremony.Nora Ephron-Wikipedia
  • Heylin places the writing in the fall of 1965, when Dylan was living in the Chelsea Hotel with his wife Sara.Blonde on Blonde-Wikipedia
  • After hosting a visit by Bob Dylan and his wife Sara at Friar Park, Harrison resumed work on the album in January 1973, at Apple.Living in the Material World-Wikipedia
  • Dylan's wife Sara, the subject of the song that bore her name, also accompanied him to this session.Desire (Bob Dylan album)-Wikipedia
  • Critics have observed that "Lowlands" hints at "Lownds", and Dylan biographer Robert Shelton wrote that this was a "wedding song" for Sara Lownds, whom Dylan had married just three months earlier.Blonde on Blonde-Wikipedia
  • Dylan had married Sara Lownds in November 1965.The Basement Tapes-Wikipedia
  • This character has been described as a combination of Sara Dylan, Dylan's first wife, and Suze Rotolo.Suze Rotolo-Wikipedia
  • However, in March 1977, Sara Dylan filed for divorce.Desire (Bob Dylan album)-Wikipedia
  • The song may be about a former girlfriend, Suze Rotolo, or fellow folk singer Joan Baez, contemporary siren Nico, or Sara Lownds, the woman that Dylan would wed in November 1965.She Belongs to Me-Wikipedia
  • Renaldo and Clara is a 1978 American film directed by Bob Dylan and starring Bob Dylan, Sara Dylan, and Joan Baez.Renaldo and Clara-Wikipedia
  • Clinton Heylin places the writing of "Visions of Johanna" in the fall of 1965, when Dylan was living in the Chelsea Hotel with his pregnant wife Sara.Visions of Johanna-Wikipedia
  • The song was originally written as a tribute to Dylan's future wife Sara Lownds.Love Minus Zero/No Limit-Wikipedia
  • "Love Minus Zero/No Limit" was written as a tribute to Dylan's future wife Sara Lownds.Love Minus Zero/No Limit-Wikipedia
  • Dylan was born in New York City, and is the eldest son of musician Bob Dylan and Sara Lownds Dylan.Jesse Dylan-Wikipedia
  • At the conclusion of his 1974 tour with the Band, Dylan began a relationship with a Columbia Records employee, Ellen Bernstein, which Dylan biographer Clinton Heylin has described as the beginning of the end of Dylan's marriage to his wife Sara.Blood on the Tracks-Wikipedia
  • According to a declaration by Sara Dylan's legal representative (publicly released in March 1977), "On February 22nd...[Sara] came down to breakfast and found Dylan, the children, and a woman named Malka at the breakfast table. She said that it was then that Dylan struck her on the face and ordered her to leave."Street-Legal (album)-Wikipedia
  • He had quietly wed Sara Lownds on November 22, 1965, and their first child Jesse was born two months later (Dylan also adopted Lownds' child from a previous relationship, and they had three more children over the next three years).Bob Dylan World Tour 1966-Wikipedia
  • In early January 1973, Dylan was another guest at Friar Park, along with his wife Sara Lownds.Miss O'Dell-Wikipedia
  • Dylan's wife, Sara, was present at those final shows.Bob Dylan and the Band 1974 Tour-Wikipedia
  • Many critics have noted the similarity of 'Lowlands' to 'Lownds', the name of Dylan's wife Sara, and Dylan biographer Robert Shelton wrote that "Sad Eyed Lady" was a "wedding song" for Sara Lownds, whom Dylan had married just three months earlier.Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands-Wikipedia
  • Following his creative peak in mid 1966 with the Blonde on Blonde double album, Dylan retired to Bearsville, New York, accompanied by the Hawks (soon to become the Band), in order to recuperate from a motorcycle crash and raise a family with his wife, Sara Lownds.I'd Have You Anytime-Wikipedia
  • Noted Dylan expert Michael Gray, author of The Bob Dylan Encyclopedia, commented that "Changing of the Guards" is a thorough description of Dylan's personal journey, from the beginning of his musical career, about sixteen years prior (the opening line is "Sixteen years"), through his marriage to and divorce from Sara Dylan, up to his conversion to Christianity, which was announced soon after the song's release.Changing of the Guards-Wikipedia

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