If you're reading this sentence & you've never read the tribute Bob Dylan wrote to Johnny Cash after Johnny Cash died, you should. Right now. Seriously. It's beautiful. And it's easy to find. It's right here:
Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash “They were attracted to each other. He loved Bob, and Bob loved him. […] He and Dylan were passionate about each other.” - Rosanne Cash
Here is the Johnny Cash letter Bob refers to.
A Letter From Johnny Cash defending #bobdylan, published in Broadside, March 1964. "I got hung but didn't choke... Bob Dylan slung his rope. I sat down and listened quick... Gravy from that brain is thick." "Don't bad-mouth him, till you hear him. Let him start by continuing."
"And I also want to thank you for standing up for me way back when." dailymotion.com/video/xlyl42
BOB DYLAN - Train Of Love (1999) - Video Dailymotion
UNIDENTIFIED RECORDING STUDIO NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK EARLY APRIL 1999 Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), Bucky Baxter (pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar), Larry Campbell (guitar), Tony Garnier...dailymotion.com
7:55 AM · Aug 9, 2021