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Old 05-13-2017, 11:17 AM   #691 (permalink)
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Oooh Mr.Tambourine Man play a song for mee... )))) love it! love to listen and love to play Bob Dylan, tho' sometimes it's hard to remember all tha lyrics lol)))))
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Old 05-13-2017, 07:32 PM   #692 (permalink)
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Perhaps poor Patti Smith should've gone with "All The Tired Horses" instead - but she has really pulled "Hard Rain" together by the time she delivers the last verse.
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Old 10-27-2017, 06:06 PM   #693 (permalink)
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Here's a link for anyone who wants to read about or listen to the latest Dylan Official Bootleg album. With "Trouble No More" we're now up to #13 of the series, and this release has a total of 102 recordings:-

Stream Selections From Bob Dylan's 'Trouble No More
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Old 01-04-2018, 06:11 AM   #694 (permalink)
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The only that when ppl ask me if I get Bob Dylan that'd be Infidels the collaborative one with Mark Knopfler way back in the 80s all of the others, I don't get him, I think it's about his voice for me!
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Been totally ****ed on Desolation Row for weeks now...it's just incredible
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Old 10-26-2018, 06:44 PM   #696 (permalink)
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Just two one-line posts in the year since I put a link to Dylan's Bootleg #13 release, so obviously MB as a whole is not very excited about all Dylan's archive material.

Perhaps this latest one will be different as More Blood, More Tracks (Official Bootleg Series #14) focuses on Dylan's best regarded album.

Click here for a webpage that has an article about the new release, plus a one-hour stream of some tracks. Then, when you've done that homework, feel free to meet me back here for a session of Bob worship!

https://www.npr.org/2018/10/25/65979...=1540462283670
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Old 10-26-2018, 10:17 PM   #697 (permalink)
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This song's pretty cool

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Old 10-27-2018, 02:20 AM   #698 (permalink)
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I like Dylan, but I was disappointed to hear how lame his version of The Man In The Long Black Coat is compared to Joan Osborne's cover. The original is from a time where even Dylan die-hards were rolling their eyes at him, so I guess it's no surprise it's not his best foot forward.
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Old 10-27-2018, 06:46 AM   #699 (permalink)
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^ Long Black Coat has some great lyrics, but Dylan's singing (O Mercy version) doesn't work for me either. I'd never heard Joan Osborne's version 'til I read your post, so thanks for the tip, MicShazam - JO does the song justice better than BD.

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^ Yes, Ori. This is a great song, and a neat video too. Not many songs have an impact on first listening like this one did on me in 1965: I was only eleven years old, playing on the floor in a neighbour's house, when this song made me snap my head round and stare at her radio. I'd never heard anything like it before and could hardly believe that aggressive rapid-fire singing.
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^ Long Black Coat has some great lyrics, but Dylan's singing (O Mercy version) doesn't work for me either. I'd never heard Joan Osborne's version 'til I read your post, so thanks for the tip, MicShazam - JO does the song justice better than BD.
That cover is from the mid 90's, but it just so happens to be that she put out an entire album of Dylan covers a few months ago. I like Osborne a lot at her best, but I'm a bit worried about that album. Gonna have to give it a chance eventually.
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