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011 - "Don't You Try Me Now"

  • Changes in structure – less of the songs to be above board
  • (1:30) Song – context, Red Room, and the 7 song sketches we should have done…
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Musical influence

There’s few things I’ve come to dislike more about modern photography than the desire to marry images with music. Twee and sentimental, these three minute segments of saccharine take away any mystery the images may have contained, and replace it with a big, clunky, hash tagged monument to our most base tastes. 490 more words

008 - "King of France"

Episode 008 — the unlistenable “King of France,” (2:52) our first cut (and a deep one) from The Basement Tapes. Recorded in 1967, probably in Dylan’s living room – The Red Room. 1,110 more words

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1879 The Basement Tapes Acetate – Bob Dylan And The Band (1967)

This acetate was made up of demos recorded by Bob Dylan and The Band in 1967. It was recorded at Woodstock in New York. The acetate contained fourteen demos including… 159 more words

Beatles

Bob Dylan, The Band, The Basement Tapes

I removed the majority of the music on my iPhone a few months back. I did this mostly for the sake of clearing up space, and also because I use Spotify to stream a lot of my favorite music. 1,011 more words

Music