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I'm 22. I was also brought up listening to him, by my parents. First off i have to say he is one of my favourite artists of all time.
Secondly, certain songs such as the lonesome death of hattie carroll and who killed davey moore are so politically sensitive and intelligent that i am not sure if any artist will ever surpass this talent in song.
Thirdly, the 1964 live set at the philharmonic hall is one of the best live sets i have ever heard
Fourthly, and tieing in with my last point, anything past 1970 is, in my opinion, not representative of sylan and pales in significance to his early works - hence although i would love to see him now, i have a feeling i may be somewhat disappointed afterwards!!