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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2009 1:14 am    Post subject: DYLAN Reply with quote

I am surprised that Robert Zimmerman has not been mentioned here. Perhaps one of the most prolific song writers of the 20th century. I have been on a Dylan kick for about 2 weeks now. It happens every time I hear he is releasing a new album. The new album is good, at times maybe not the best he has done. Yet the quality of the album is the best around. He has often talked about how c.d.'s don't sound good, he prefers vinyl. I believe each album he has produced himself(Jack Frost) he is tryin to find that gritty sound. I know we have all discussed the upsets that were the 87 tour with the Dead. Yet even that album had many highpoints in my opinion. Queen Jane and Joey have long been favorites from that disc.

He also hosts a radio show that I have listened to for the first time recently. The music is a great mix and his witty banter is fun.
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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2009 7:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Always have dug Dylan - not so much his new stuff as his current voice freaks me out, but everything from his first album to Desire I love, other than the weak Self Portrait. Favorite albums would be Highway 61, Blonde on Blonde, Nashville Skyline, New Morning, Planet Waves (totally underrated IMO) and Blood On The Tracks. Saw Dylan/Petty play with the GD in 86. Some people didnt like it but I thought it was pretty cool. reminded me of the Band. The 87 shows were a little disappointing as he was uh, drunk. My last GD show in 95 Dylan opened up and I thought he was better than the GD..

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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2009 7:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I believe he won an award in France for being a master wordsmith.
If they give you that, AFTER translating what you wrote... you must be pretty damn good!

Hands down the best lyricist ever.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 02, 2010 11:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wow....I just looked for a Dyaln thread and there it is buried DEEEEEP!!

I for one am ashamed that I haven't contributed to this thread. Capn' I request to be tied to the mast and flogged. This is inexcusable.

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This isn't the best of Dylan tunes. In fact the lyrics are pretty lame but the chorus:

"It's Hell Time Man
Band of the Hand"

Is pretty awesome . This was the song on the end credits of a movie, Band of the Hand. It was a Michael Mann ( Miami Vice) production, and a Paul Michael Glaser ( Starsky, from Starsky and Hutch.....the original not the remake kids)

A total time capsule from the decadant 80's. It is really dated but kinda cool in a total B-class movie kind of way.


More Dylan stuff to come as I feel a Dyaln Jones coming on that needs a BIG fix!!!
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 03, 2010 4:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I strongly STRONGLY recomend the following shows all PERFECT SOUNDBOARDS - accoustic shows:

New York, NY (11-16-93) Early and late -Complete Supper Club
New York, NY (11-17-93) Early and late -Complete Supper Club

They are far superior to most of the "official" shows issued by Columbia Rec.
I already recomended this shows in this Forum but I am stuck on them!
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 03, 2010 6:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

those supper club shows are awesome Tizi. One of my favorite dylan albums is oh mercy. Spine chilling later era dylan. Also bootleg series volume 5 with the rolling thunder is just incredible to listen to. Dylans best backing band IMO.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 03, 2010 11:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I really love Rolling Thunder. The album Hard Rain has been a longtime favorite of mine. If you can find it there is a filmed for TV special from Fort Collins, Colorado that makes up most of the album .

The album and the TV special were not that well received by critics and fans but it is one of my favorite Dylan albums. I like it better than the double album from the Bootleg series. I think the performances are more raw and deeply wounding.

The story goes that the show as put off becasue of massive storms and the band had been hanging around being bored, drinking a bit, and generally tired as it was towards the end of the tour. But the performances are so damn good. The band and Bob are definately a little loose and sloppy but it adds to the rawness of the album.

Rumor has it that Bob's future ex-wife had dressed him down pretty good before the show either backstage or in the parking lot. Well this led to a set that is rife with tunes about love lost " I Threw It All Away, helplessness " Shelter From the Storm, and just raw anger Your a Big Girl Now" and " Idiot Wind"

In the video, Idiot Wind has to stand out as one of the best performances by Dylan ever. He is definitely sending a messege. There is a weird, omniscient smirk that comes across Dylan's face towards the end of the tune that seems like a real catharsis for him. The words, the weather, the band's loosness, everything just comes together in a 9 minute tirade of love gone bad. This album got me through a lot of break-ups through the years.

If you can find it, it's well worth the search. He keeps that stuff locked-up pretty tight.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 04, 2010 1:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes I love the Rolling Thunder Revue also!
Dylan adds something in each tour. For example I love the guitar riff when he sings the Just like a woman refrein, it loes "Just like a woman (riff "dleng dleng dlen") Just like a woman". ...... Very Happy ..... well I hope you know what I mean.
It aint'me is awsome .... and what to say about The lonsome death of Hattie Caroll ........

It is just that the boot from that era are bad audience tapes as I heard so far so if You have suggestions please tell to me.

Here is the list of the Top 75 Dylan concerts from the Expecting Rain site which I recommend. You get registered in matter of minutes and all of the shows are direct downloads from Raidshare.

The Final List: The Top 75 Dylan Concerts
November 4, 1961 – Carnegie Chapter Hall, New York, NY
July 2, 1962 – Finjan Club, Montreal, Quebec
October, 1962 – Gaslight Cafι, New York, NY
April 12, 1963 – Town Hall, New York, NY
October 26, 1963 – Carnegie Hall, New York, NY
May 7, 1965 – Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England
July 25, 1965 – Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI
September 3, 1965 – Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
December 4, 1965 – Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA
April 12, 1966 – Sydney Stadium, Sydney, Australia
May 16, 1966 – Gaumont Theatre, Sheffield, England
May 17, 1966 – Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England
January 20, 1968 – Woody Guthrie Memorial Concert, New York, NY
August 31, 1969 – Isle of Wight, England
February 14, 1974 (afternoon) – The Forum, Los Angeles, CA
October 31, 1975 – War Memorial Auditorium, Plymouth, MA
November 11, 1975 – Palace Theater, Waterbury, CT
November 21, 1975 (evening) – Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA
December 1, 1975 – Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario
December 8, 1975 – Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
May 3,1976 - The Warehouse New Orleans, Louisiana
May 16, 1976 – Tarrant County Convention Center Arena, Fort Worth, TX
May 23, 1976 – Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
July 6, 1978 – Pavillon de Paris, Paris, France
December 10, 1978 – Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC
November 16, 1979 – Fox Warfield Theater, San Francisco, CA
April 20, 1980 – Massey Hall, Toronto, CA
November 15, 1980 – Fox Warfield Theater, San Francisco, CA
June 29, 1981 – Earls Court, London, England
July 25, 1981 – Palace des Sports, Avignon, France
November 10, 1981 – Saenger Performing Arts Center, New Orleans, LA
November 12, 1981 – The Summit, Houston, TX
June 28, 1984 – Minestadio, Barcelona, Spain
February 24, 1986 – Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Australia
September 12, 1987 – Autodroma, Modena, Italy
June 10, 1988 – The Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA
June 30, 1988 – Jones Beach Music Theater, Wantaugh, PA
October 19, 1988 – Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY
February 8, 1990 – Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
May 9, 1992 – State University, San Jose, CA
September 12, 1993 – Greet Woods Performing Arts Center, Mansfield, MA
November 16, 1993 (both) – The Supper Club, New York, NY
November 17, 1993 (both) – The Supper Club, New York, NY
August 14, 1994 – Woodstock ’94, West Saugerties, NY
October 8, 1994 – Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA
March 11, 1995 – Congress Hall, Prague, Czech Republic
March 30, 1995 – Brixton Academy, London, England
March 31, 1995 – Brixton Academy, London, England
June 17, 1996 – Tempodrome, Berlin, Germany
December 8, 1997 – Irving Plaza, New York, NY
December 19, 1997 – El Rey Theater, Los Angeles, CA
May 19, 1998 – San Jose Arena, San Jose, CA
June 9, 1998 – Globe Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
April 28, 1999 – Hala Tivoli, Ljubljana, Slovenia
June 14, 1999 – University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
November 14, 1999 – Centrum Arena, Worcester, MA
March 10, 2000 (late) – Sun Theatre, Anaheim, CA
March 15, 2000 – Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA
March 16, 2000 – Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA
September 24, 2000 – Guildhall, Portsmouth, England
September 25, 2000 – Guildhall, Portsmouth, England
October 1, 2000 – Halle Muensterland, Muenster, Germany
October 6, 2000 – Wembley Arena, London, England
October 5, 2001 – Spokane Arena, Spokane, WA
February 9, 2002 – Phillips Arena, Atlanta, GA
October 7, 2002 – Tehama County Fairgrounds, Red Bluff, CA
November 13, 2002 – Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
November 23, 2003 – Shepherds Bush Empire, London, England
November 24, 2003 – Hammersmith Apollo, London, England
November 25, 2003 – Brixton Academy, London, England
July 10, 2004 – Estadia Municipal Escribano Castilla, Motril, Spain
November 13, 2004 – Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
November 27, 2005 – The Point Theatre, Dublin, Ireland
November 12, 2006 – Agganis Arena, Boston, MA
November 20, 2006 – New York City Center, New York, NY

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 04, 2010 8:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Capn' I request to be tied to the mast and flogged.

We have accord. Flog yarrself, as I have no hands to spare at the moment, the crew be preparin' for the weekend's plunder, before the sun hits the horizon then report to the poop deck fer yarr day's ration o' grog.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 3:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

lucasmcain wrote:
I really love Rolling Thunder. The album Hard Rain has been a longtime favorite of mine. If you can find it there is a filmed for TV special from Fort Collins, Colorado that makes up most of the album .

The album and the TV special were not that well received by critics and fans but it is one of my favorite Dylan albums. I like it better than the double album from the Bootleg series. I think the performances are more raw and deeply wounding.

The story goes that the show as put off becasue of massive storms and the band had been hanging around being bored, drinking a bit, and generally tired as it was towards the end of the tour. But the performances are so damn good. The band and Bob are definately a little loose and sloppy but it adds to the rawness of the album.

Rumor has it that Bob's future ex-wife had dressed him down pretty good before the show either backstage or in the parking lot. Well this led to a set that is rife with tunes about love lost " I Threw It All Away, helplessness " Shelter From the Storm, and just raw anger Your a Big Girl Now" and " Idiot Wind"

In the video, Idiot Wind has to stand out as one of the best performances by Dylan ever. He is definitely sending a messege. There is a weird, omniscient smirk that comes across Dylan's face towards the end of the tune that seems like a real catharsis for him. The words, the weather, the band's loosness, everything just comes together in a 9 minute tirade of love gone bad. This album got me through a lot of break-ups through the years.

If you can find it, it's well worth the search. He keeps that stuff locked-up pretty tight.


YES the "Hard Rain" album had a revolutionary effect on me during the high school. Well ... in thos days I lived in a country that then existed by the name of Yugoslavia, so there were no boots around and we could hear the "best offy" and some albums that somebody would get us from the nearby Italy.
One my older friend brought "Hard Rain" and the song "One too many mornings" strucked me like a thunder ... through this song I realized that with Dylan you can keep on listening the "same" songs and that you can gat a lort of different tunes outof it. "Shelter f. the Storm" is also a super version.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 2:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i thought this thread was about me


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No one has said much about his post-70's work. I feel Infidels, Oh Mercy and Time Out Of Mind are very strong efforts. Infidels really rocks instrumentally, great band.
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No one has said much about his post-70's work. I feel Infidels, Oh Mercy and Time Out Of Mind are very strong efforts. Infidels really rocks instrumentally, great band.


I will have to check this stuff out, I have been on a Dylan kick lately, maybe this is obvious to most of you, but this album is completely awesome, I have been listening to this one lately, spine-chilling acoustic set and excellent electric set. Even if you aren't a huge Dylan fan this one is worth having.

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Indicablue wrote:
No one has said much about his post-70's work. I feel Infidels, Oh Mercy and Time Out Of Mind are very strong efforts. Infidels really rocks instrumentally, great band.


I will have to check this stuff out, I have been on a Dylan kick lately, maybe this is obvious to most of you, but this album is completely awesome, I have been listening to this one lately, spine-chilling acoustic set and excellent electric set. Even if you aren't a huge Dylan fan this one is worth having.

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Needless to say that this album is history no less than Michelangelo sculptures or afrescos in Cappella Sistina

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 8:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mr. Zimmerman is coming back to my neck of the woods in September. Cool

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 28, 2010 7:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I had fun listening to this compilation of the collaboration withe the Dead in 2003 ... interesting but Dylan's voice has just turned "Tom Wait's" way!!!!

"The Complete Interaction" Dylan & The Dead - Summer 2003 Compilation
(8 dates on The Dead's "Summer Getaway 2003 Tour").
4 CD

The compiler of this set is not known to me but they seem to have researched this from the best quality recordings available (see source list below). Also, it is a very complete collection in that it includes all the songs performed by Dylan & the Dead together as well as those where individual members guested on Dylan's sets.- stewART, June 2006
Received as audio CDs from voidofform > FLAC > BitTorrent > mp3 320 kpbs

Disc 1
Sunrise , FL 2003-07-29
01. Alabama Getaway [05:44.761]
02. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue [06:39.574]
03. West LA Fadeaway [08:27.721]
Tampa , FL 2003-07-30
04. Friend Of The Devil [02:03.081]
05. Black Bird [03:18.441]
06. Friend Of The Devil [05:14.001]
07. Gotta Serve Somebody [07:19.494]
08. Like A Rolling Stone [07:36.841]
Atlanta , GA 2003-07-31
09. Big River [06:32.641]
10. West LA Fadeaway [08:31.147]
11. Alabama Getaway [05:06.827]
Total time: [66:34.521]

Disc 2
Joliet, IL 2003-08-02
01. Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad [08:04.414]
02. Seρor (Tales Of Yankee Power) [07:38.654]
03. Around and Around [07:28.974]
Somerset , WI 2003-08-03
04. Big River [05:56.827]
05. Desolation Row [10:00.214]
06. Johnny B. Goode [05:36.321]
Noblesville , IN 2003-08-05
07. Good Mornin' Little Schoolgirl [06:35.081]
08. Ballad Of A Thin Man [07:20.214]
09. Oh, Boy [04:19.094]
Total time: [62:59.787]

Disc 3
Columbus, OH 2003-08-06
01. Big Boss Man [07:57.894]
02. Subterranean Homesick Blues [06:20.467]
03. You Win Again [05:54.654]
Darien Center, NY 2003-08-08
04. Tangled Up In Blue [09:20.507]
05. It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry [06:58.227]
06. West LA Fadeaway [09:38.001]
07. Alabama Getaway [07:05.481]
Total time: [53:15.227]

Disc 4
Noblesville , IN 2003-08-05
01. Tears Of Rage [09:17.134]
02. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 [09:16.187]
Columbus, OH 2003-08-06
03. Tears Of Rage [09:18.521]
Darien Center, NY 2003-08-08
04. Highway 61 Revisited [07:33.294]
05. Positively 4th Street [08:21.534]
06. Honest With Me [06:22.894]
07. Band Intros [00:45.841]
08. Summer Days [09:01.801]
09. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 [06:32.974]
Total time: [66:30.174]

d1t01-03 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Sunrise , FL 2003-07-29
d1t04-05 - The Dead (Dylan not ready yet) - Tampa , FL 2003-07-30
d1t06-08 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Tampa , FL 2003-07-30
d1t09-11 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Atlanta , GA 2003-07-31
d2t01-03 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Joliet, IL 2003-08-02
d2t04-06 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Somerset , WI 2003-08-03
d2t07-09 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Noblesville , IN 2003-08-05

d3t01-03 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Columbus, OH 2003-08-06
d3t04 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Darien Center, NY 2003-08-08
d3t05 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on electric guitar & vocals - Darien Center, NY 2003-08-08
d3t06 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on piano & vocals - Darien Center, NY 2003-08-08
d3t07 - The Dead with Bob Dylan on electric guitar & vocals - Darien Center, NY 2003-08-08
d4t01 - Bob Dylan and His Band with Joan Osborne on vocals - Noblesville , IN 2003-08-05
d4t02 - Bob Dylan and His Band with Phil Lesh on Bass and Mickey Hart on Tambourine - Noblesville , IN 2003-08-05
d4t03 - Bob Dylan and His Band with Joan Osborne on vocals - Columbus, OH 2003-08-06
d4t04-09 - Bob Dylan and His Band with Bob Weir on electric guitar - Darien Center, NY 2003-08-08

Bob Dylan and His Band - Bob Dylan (vocal, piano, guitar & harmonica ), Freddie Koella (guitar), Larry Campbell (guitar, mandolin, pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar), Tony Garnier (bass), George Receli (drums & percussion).
The Dead: - Bob Weir (vocal, guitar), Phil Lesh (vocal, bass), Joan Osbourne (vocals) Jimmy Herring (guitar), Jeff Chimenti (keyboards), Rob Barraco (keyboards),Mickey Hart (drums), Bill Kreutzmann (drums).

Recording sources :
d1t01-11 - B&K 4023's > Sonosax > Apogee Mini-me > Sony Vaio/Soundforge 6
d2t01-03 - 3 Nak cm300's (all x-y with 2 cp4 guns and 1 cp3 super omni)> Tascam Porta 1 mixing board/mic preamp > DAT
d2t04-06 - B&K 4023's > Sonosax > Apogee Mini-me > Sony Vaio/Soundforge 6
d2t07-09 - AKG 391's > Denecke AD-20 > Sony M1
d3t01-03 - Neuman KM140's > Lunatec V3 > AD2K > Sony D8
d3t04-07 - AT 853's > Soundpros SPSB-1 > Denecke AD-20 > Sony D8
d4t01-03 - AT 853's > Soundpros SPSB-1 > Denecke AD-20 > Sony D8
d4t04-09 - B&K 4023's > Sonosax > Apogee Mini-me > Sony Vaio/Soundforge 6

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 28, 2010 11:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

From Capn Willard over at Never Get Out of the Boat!


Three shows from 88, 96 and 98 all in sbd and ready for download
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From Capn Willard over at Never Get Out of the Boat!


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Those are all essential live performances (both in terms of quality of the sources and playing by Bob - and his voice) even for the less avid Dylan listeners!!!

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BOB DYLAN "ROADMAPS FOR THE SOUL"
04/28/1999, Ljubljana (Slovenia)


I love that one .... and according to Dylan Fans one of the best shows ever with lots of "old" tunes".

Besides its a SOUNDBOARD Very Happy

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Tracks:
Disc one
Friend Of The Devil (a)
Mr. Tambourine Man (a)
Masters Of War (a)
Mama, You Been On My Mind (a)
Hard Rain (a)
Tangled Up In Blue (a - with harp)
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (a)
Can't Wait
Every Grain Of Sand
Stuck Inside Of Mobile
Not Dark Yet
Disc two
Highway 61 Revisited
encore:
Love Sick
Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
Blowin' In The Wind (a)
Not Fade Away
Like A Rolling Stone
bonus:
I Am The Man, Thomas (a) (R. Stanley)
Song To Woody (a)
It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) (a)
Ring Them Bells (a) (Larry on pedal steel)
Visions Of Johanna (a)
Hootchie Cootchie Man (Willie Dixon)

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 30, 2011 5:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tizi try streamming this one from Wolgangs Vault, it sounds freakin great!

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 01, 2011 1:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Thanks Lucas ... its almost a year now that I am here and thanks to you all I have had access to a LOTS of music ... as for Dylan I have registered to the Expecting Rain Forum they have A to Z all concerts in order with links for direct download from mediafire ... very cool.

The Rolling Thunder Revue from 1975 is probably Dylan's best tour IMO as far as his voice and the overall sound of the band is concerned ... the gypsy voiline sound is just awesome.

... and Lucas I'm still learning about the Panic shows ... I still need to "get" them but the band is tight and rocks ....

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The Rolling Thunder Revue from 1975 is probably Dylan's best tour IMO as far as his voice and the overall sound of the band is concerned ... the gypsy voiline sound is just awesome.

His tour with The Band in 74, just before Rolling Thunder, was pretty darn special as well.
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tizi wrote:
lucasmcain wrote:
The Rolling Thunder Revue from 1975 is probably Dylan's best tour IMO as far as his voice and the overall sound of the band is concerned ... the gypsy voiline sound is just awesome.

His tour with The Band in 74, just before Rolling Thunder, was pretty darn special as well.


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The Rolling Thunder Revue from 1975 is probably Dylan's best tour IMO as far as his voice and the overall sound of the band is concerned ... the gypsy voiline sound is just awesome.

His tour with The Band in 74, just before Rolling Thunder, was pretty darn special as well.


Welcome aboard HenryHill... any relation to Goodfellas?

Not to the best of my knowledge.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 9:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Haha, ok... I just ask because the name of the protagonist(?) in "Goodfellas" is Henry Hill!

Either way, welcome!
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 12:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kochman wrote:
Haha, ok... I just ask because the name of the protagonist(?) in "Goodfellas" is Henry Hill!

Either way, welcome!


Thats the first thing i thought of when i saw that!

Interesting story about Goodfellas...remember the scene where they throw the guy into the linos pit at the Tampa zoo? My father was working his way up as a reporter in Tampa in the 70's. He spent his nights listening in on the police radio and reporting whatever good stories he could find. He was actually the first reporter on the scene when it actually happened. He didn't find out until years later how influential the real Henry Hill actually was. I called bullshit on it until he showed me the actual newspaper clipping. Very Happy

And to keep the thread going... my father actually saw Dylan in 1964 when he was still acoustic. He was only in high school at the time and still says it was the best show he ever went to.My dad saw some of the greatest bands in their prime, Pink Floyd on their dark side of the moon tour in 1972, Bruce Springsteen sometime in the late 70's, the list goes on.

Never liked the Dead though. He even had a chance to see them with his friends at his hometown of Lakeland, FL in 1977 (5/21/77, in my top 5 shows of may 77'). I don't want to give him the recording and show him what he was missing out on.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 16, 2011 11:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kochman wrote:
Haha, ok... I just ask because the name of the protagonist(?) in "Goodfellas" is Henry Hill!

Either way, welcome!

Goodfellas was on TV last night, so now I am informed. I had not seen it before.
As far as my screen name, it started at a long gone blog, where the admin posted under the name Fred Bear. To match him, I chose the name of a champion archer of the 30's>50's, Henry Hill. You may have seen his work as principal archer in the movie "The Adventures Of Robin Hood". If you watch that movie, you'll see they actually shoot people, with blocks of wood under their shirts to stop the arrows.

To get back on topic, I have never seen Bob Dylan live, though I've heard some live shows.
How would you rate his current live act? Am I missing anything? Would many consider him a "must see"?
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 17, 2011 3:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

henryhill wrote:

To get back on topic, I have never seen Bob Dylan live, though I've heard some live shows.
How would you rate his current live act? Am I missing anything? Would many consider him a "must see"?


Most of DylanHeads will tell you thet there is notthing in his live performances worth to see after 2006! Anyway I think that any Dylan show is worth to see ... the man is a legend. Musically his voice is totally gone so he is prettymuch talking all the songs with no melodies Confused

Anyway Bob rules!

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2014 9:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Read this morning that the COMPLETE Basement Tapes are going to be released soon. Six discs in all. Garth Hudson has kind of overseen the project w/Dylan's blessings. Cool

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