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Play About the Early Years of Bob Dylan Will Fascinate

The play, “Search: Paul Clayton” by Larry Mollin, will be a revelation to all fans of the music of Bob Dylan. The play deals touchingly with the career and fate of Paul Clayton, an early friend and mentor to Bob Dylan. 59 more words

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The Rock 'n' Soul of Jesus

This repost is an annual tradition. Happy Easter.

In 1969, Norman Greenbaum had a worldwide hit and US #3 with “Spirit in the Sky.” Greenbaum sold over two million copies of the single in which he claimed he had a “friend in Jesus,” never mind that he was Jewish. 2,160 more words

Arts And Culture

Jimmy Fallon & Ethan Hawke Sing Lullabies Bob Dylan Style

Jimmy Fallon has proven his talents at impersonating classic artists, particularly Neil Young, over and over again. And last night on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” he teamed up with… 38 more words

Features

Dreams / Reality

I wish that my childhood dream had been to become a dentist. Not because I think it is easy to train, study and learn the necessary facts associated with the honourable occupation of dentistry, but because it affords one with the things in life which, despite their banality, tend to really matter. 627 more words

Decisions

Our Daily Bread 155: Fotheringay

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Fotheringay   ‘Nothing More: The Collected Fotheringay’  (Universal)


Though shining for only the briefest of moments in the early 70s, the venerated, and rightly so, cult folk rock band… 1,324 more words

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The War on Drugs - "Lost in the Dream" Review

The War on Drugs 2014 album Lost in the Dream received the number three accolade from Pitchfork as well as a lot of universal praise.  This hour long album has a unique sound for an indie-rock group.  390 more words

Ten Favorite Records of the Year, Q1

With my earlier clearinghouse post out of the way, and with the first day of April quickly approaching, I should pause to indulge in an annual tradition: To share with you my picks for the best records I’ve heard in the first quarter of the year. 186 more words

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