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Building up to the 1965 festival, when Dylan and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band (sans Butterfield) introduced electric rock 'n' roll to the purist gathering, "The Other Side of the Mirror" illustrates the finer points of the culture clash. His hair now long, his face filled out, his traded in for a black leather jacket, Dylan faces a largely unchanged crowd.It still amazes me that some people don't believe that Advancement is real.