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Bob Dylan's "Big Pink" can now be rented

“Big Pink,” the house in West Saugerties where Bob Dylan and the Band holed up and recorded the majority of the music that would become the legendary Basement Tapes, can now be rented according to… 353 more words

On August 30, 1968.

On August 30, 1968, “Columbia Records” released The Byrds sixth album “Sweetheart of the rodeo”. The album was recorded with the country rock pioneer Gram Parsons, together with participation of famous session musicians, including Lloyd Green, John Hartford, JayDee Maness and Clarence White, between March 9–15 at the “Columbia Studios”, Nashville, and April 4–May 27, 1968, at the “Columbia Studios”, Hollywood, and was produced by Gary Usher. 137 more words

On August 30, 1965.

On August 30, 1965, “Columbia Records” released Bob Dylan’s sixth studio album “Highway 61 revisited”. The album material was recorded at the “Columbia Studio A”,  New York,  from June 15 – August 4, 1965 and was produced by Bob Johnston and features some of the best known Dylan songs, including “Like a Rolling Stone”, “Ballad of a thin man” and “Highway 61 revisited”. 136 more words

Classic Albums: Highway 61 Revisited by Bob Dylan

Quite possibly my favorite album of all time. I don’t even know where to start on this one. It’s the second installment in his famous “electric trilogy” from the 60’s, three albums hammered out in little over a year starting with  120 more words

Sunset & Hyperion

“You want to move to Portland and I want to move to Paris. What are we going to tell the kids after we’re married?”

you playfully ask me without a pause in your voice. 85 more words

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Catching Up On The Week (Aug. 28 Edition)

A few #longreads for your perusal as you relax this weekend…

Now that you have read our extensive look at the discography of Wilco, be sure to read… 265 more words

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DYLAN REVISTED

I heard a piece on NPR today regarding the 50th anniversary of Bob Dylan’s album, Highway 61 Revisited.  One of this album’s most famous claims to fame was the inclusion of a song about how it feels to be like a… 571 more words

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