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949. Bringing It All Back Home - Bob Dylan

Brief Background: Bringing It All Back Home was recorded over three days in January of 1965 and released in March of that year. Side A of the Album is electric and Side B is acoustic, signifying Dylan’s movement further away from the folk community. 289 more words

Love Rescue Me

I’ve conquered my past
The future is here at last
I stand at the entrance
To a new world I can see
The ruins to the right of me… 33 more words


Not So Humpless After All

Happy Hump Day only really applies when the week is a working one, yes? On reflection maybe not. One hump leads to another, do we really ever have a long straight humpless path, I think not. 113 more words

A Selfish Prayer

A year ago, I prayed a very selfish prayer. I knew that my dad was coming to the end of his days here on earth, but I had been so beaten down by the events of the years leading up to that day that I just needed a break. 604 more words

France Drops 'Hate Speech' Case Against Bob Dylan

PARIS—French prosecutors dropped preliminary charges filed last year against Bob Dylan for allegedly violating antidiscrimination laws in a magazine interview in which he appeared to compare Croatians to Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan, a court official said Tuesday. 450 more words


Sophie Zelmani Singing Her Version Of Most Of The Time

Usually when artists cover icons like Bob Dylan I’ll mock at them with disrespect. But Sophie Zelmani singing her version of “Most Of The Time” in the most compelling, emotional heart grabbing way. 317 more words