Paul McCartney revealed he's still in awe of Bob Dylan. In a new interview with Uncut, McCartney said, “I always like what he does. “Sometimes I wish I was a bit more like Bob. He’s legendary. . . and doesn’t give a s***! But I’m not like that. His new album (Rough And Rowdy Ways)? I thought it was really good. He writes really well. I love his singing — he came through the standards albums like a total crooner. But, yeah, I like his new stuff.”
“Macca” went on to add: “People ask me who I’m a fan of and Bob Dylan and Neil Young always make the list.”
Although John Lennon was the first Beatle to dabble in marijuana back in the band's early days in Hamburg, Germany, Dylan holds the distinction for properly turning the “Fab Four” on to pot on upon their meeting on August 28th, 1964 at Manhattan's Delmonico Hotel.