There are a golden tonne of great Bob Dylan songs (excluding the ones where he’s blowing haphazardly into a blues harp).
By my reckoning, the following albums harbour the tastiest in his basket: 29 more words
I have two early memories linked to The Basement Tapes, the 1975 album by Bob Dylan and The Band, both linked to the moment of discovering that album. 224 more words
It’s two in the morning, I just finished smoking yet another bowl, and I was trolling around the internet for something new to listen to – I do this most of the time seeing as I don’t have a life – and by chance I came across Grandma Lo-Fi on an old music blog that I have been following since a million internet years ago (around 7 years, I guesstimate – shout out… 219 more words
The new album, Lost on the River, from the New Basement Tapes is finally on Spotify!
The New Basement Tapes—consisting of a series of tracks based on recently uncovered lyrics handwritten by Bob Dylan in 1967— showcase Elvis Costello, Rhiannon Giddens, Taylor Goldsmith, Jim James and Marcus Mumford. 40 more words
As the original intent of this blog was to provide a more eclectic range of music, I feel that my selections, although still spread across a range of pop, blues, rock and jazz, are starting to become more mainstream than the tunes I typically listen to and read about. 634 more words
Throughout the six decades we’ve admired and loved him, Bob Dylan has stood at the forefront of music culture and has continued to be a primary influence on the way artists create music. 556 more words