What’s Poppin: Thursday, July 23rd, 2020
tall tales of The Band
1,000 Greatest Songs of the 1960s – 850 to 841
where a drunken truck driver plays the horses
radio rock nyc: Tuesday, April 19th, 2016
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down – The Band
I painted while listening to The Animals Greatest Hits and The Band’s Music from Big Pink on vinyl. I escaped to some other plane…to some other place where the muse talks to me and guides my hand and I think Misty could have been there too, in her chair, watching and enjoying the sunshine and digging music she never listened to before
Bob Dylan's "The Complete Basement Tapes" Reviewed CD 6
If the sound wasn’t so crappy, this might have been my favorite on the entire enterprise. The first 12 tracks are real good with some much closer to being completed tracks. “Jelly Bean”, “Any Time” and “Down By The Station” may not be the major major “sign On The Cross” or “I’m Not There”… still, I don’t know em so it is more exciting.
Bob Dylan's "The Complete Basement Tapes" Reviewed CD 4
So now the first two CDs feel like working off the rust, country and folk covers while they get in a groove, and the 3rd and 4th CDs are the heart of the original material. The problem is, it is a litle too archivival. I’m not trying to pass my exams.
Bob Dylan's "The Complete Basement Tapes" Reviewed CD 2
He starts off doing drunken covers, raids the cupboard from some gone and little remembered country and folk contemporaries, and ends up with a handful of originals which are basically blues workouts.
Bob Dylan's "The Complete Basement Tapes" Reviewed CD 1
In roughly chronological order, the first thing you might notice is 16 of these songs are covers. The second is it is footed in country much more than folk. Third? It is awesome.
10 Songs: Sunday, August 10th, 2014
. Take Me To Church – Sinead O’Connor – Another in a long line of pretty good Sinead tracks, though the lyric is a little bit, Church rhymes with hurt (I know but I didn’t write it) which isn’t good at all apparently. I’ll give her this: her voice is in prettty good nick – B
10 Songs: Friday, July 18th, 2014
Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I Go Mine) – Bob Dylan – This is the live 1974 version and as it heralds the finishing end of the 1960s, it also seems to strike out at… the audience? The US? Some girl who says Dylan’s kisses are not like his? The Band have never played purer pre-punk hard rock and Dylan never sounded more enraged – A