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Last August 2008, I caught Conor at “Other Music” (a record store) in the afternoon and Dylan at Prospect Park in the evening
“That’s how you want Bob Dylan, right?”
Essentially the same set s 2016
the mainstreaming of the 1960s into the apostate mid-1970s
it is maybe the third best Bootleg.
” Poor wretch, doomed to walk this hallway for a thousand years”
A monument to everything Dylan destroyed
a Japanese-anime makeover
‘a stockpile of unknown, unrecorded Bob Dylan songs’
published by the French music magazine ‘Rock et Folk’
The end of the 19th century
‘he is unable to travel to Stockholm in December/
‘This is an unprecedented situation’
‘like pinning a medal on Mount Everest for being the highest mountain’
Dylan is the innocent victim of the nominating commitee
There is so much talent on this page that it is ridiculous
I loved his performance but not the concert
The suited guards make sure no lawn dweller gets too close to the seated privileged
Dylan appears to have created something timeless
The effects of fame and fortune
Morris takes the reader on a personal journey
Why doesn’t he sing his own material this well?
“‘Oh God, I hope yours wasn’t Bob Dylan. He’s slept with everyone!’
First, the major question, how much will this monster concert cost?
“He was able to secure a rights deal for Dylan’s massive song catalog”
From “Blowin’ In The Wind” to “Love Sick”? That will do the job.
I’m hoping for presale code but one way or the other, I’ll be there
A musician who straps on his guitar in hotel rooms to see where he’s at
The folk stuff in the Savoy is excellent, the new stuff in Denver doesn’t quite make the cut.
It is as if Dave and Bobby have morphed into all those “Paul Is Dead” conspiracy theorists.
And that, my friends, is a wrap
On “Just Like A Woman” where it wasn’t that huge change in a line that gift wrapped the song, it was when he figured out the bridge
The all out rocker “Pledging My Time Take One” is even better than the one that made it.
Dylan will get the song right but we won’t hear it completed till Disc Fifteen.
February 14th in Nashville, the first day of the new regime
If he was, as rumoured, an out of control drug addict during these sessions, you sure can’t hear it. Immediately, like all the Dylan recording sessions, the professionalism is impeccable
Tomorrow is probably the worst day on the year. I mean, as days with nothing much wrong with them go
Still January, still New York, still not happening
A follow up to “Like A Rolling Stone” and “Positively 4th Street”? with “Stone” reaching # 2, “4th Street” # 7, “Crawl” wasn’t strong enough and didn’t get beyond #58
He spent hours without figuring out that he needed to slow “Visions Of Johanna” to a crawl.
Who in their right mind would record “Queen Jane Approximately” and “Ballad Of A thin Man”, look at his watch and say, hey let’s give “Desolation Row” a shot
Two of them are among the greatest songs in his career and while “Ballad Of A Thin Man” isn’t as great, that’s only comparative
Only two songs on July 30th, and only one of em made it on the album, and it was minor. Then on to August 2nd, trying to nail down “Highway 61 Revisited”.
If I’d have been aware of all this back in the day I’d have sworn it was creative suicide switching horses in midstream and guess what?
Tom, the man that added a rock band to Simon And Garfunkel’s “The Sound Of Silence” without the duo’s approval, was part of the entire process
What follows that is day one of the Highway 61 Revisited Sessions and Tom Wilson’s last stand
Fifty years later, 24 year old Dylan, goofing on song titles, orchestrating his band, sharing laughs comes down to us through the years.
Day three and this is the heart of the recording session, six songs completed and would appear on Bringing It All Back Home, an album so great we should bow down to it on Sundays and salute it when its birthday comes