By Chuck Arnold Marisa Laudadio
April 12, 2010 12:00 PM

>• With the Wallflowers on hiatus, Bob Dylan’s son, 40, delivers a rootsy solo CD, Women and Country.

ON TURNING 40

I’m good with it. People only get better [with age] in the line of work that I’m in. Rock-and-roll is a young person’s game, but that recklessness wasn’t the only part I ever wanted to be involved with.

ON HIS FOUR MUSICAL SONS

We all play together. They’ve taken a strong liking to [guitar, piano and drums]. It gets loud!

ON STILL BEING COMPARED TO DAD

They’ve said that since the day I opened my mouth. But I don’t know if there’s anybody else that you’d rather be compared to.

ON HIS MOST SACRED DAILY RITUAL

Six o’clock dinner. Sit down at the table, turn off all the machines, and actually pass a plate of food around.

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