April 29: Bob Dylan Hazel, The Beacon Theatre NYC 2005 (Video)


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Hazel, dirty-blonde hair
I wouldn’t be ashamed to be seen with you anywhere
You got something I want plenty of
Ooh, a little touch of your love

The Beacon Theatre
New York City, New York
29 April 2005

  • Bob Dylan (vocal & piano)
  • Stu Kimball (guitar)
  • Denny Freeman (guitar)
  • Donnie Herron (violin, mandolin, pedal steel guitar)
  • Tony Garnier (bass)
  • George Recile (drums & percussion)

Hazel, stardust in your eye
You’re goin’ somewhere and so am I
I’d give you the sky high above
Ooh, for a little touch of your love

Oh no, I don’t need any reminder
To know how much I really care
But it’s just making me blinder and blinder
Because I’m up on a hill and still you’re not there

Hazel, you called and I came
Now don’t make me play this waiting game
You’ve got something I want plenty of
Ooh, a little touch of your love

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April 29: Bob Dylan Autumn Leaves, New Orleans 2015 (audio)

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The falling leaves
Drift by the window
The autumn leaves
Of red and gold

..Then there was the very slow incredibly moving Autumn Leaves that could never have been sung with the old rough Dylan voice.
~Nancy Cobb (boblinks.com)

Bob Dylan has now performed this GREAT song 4 times live and we’ve finally found an uploaded version we can share.
Beautiful version!

New Orleans, Louisiana
Saenger Theatre
April 29, 2015

  • Bob Dylan – vocal, center stage
  • Donnie Herron – pedal steel
  • Tony Garnier – standup bass

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April 29: Bob Dylan Honolulu, Hawaii, 2014 (videos)

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Videos from the Hawaii concerts are popping up over @ youtube. These are not videos of complete songs, but quality & sound is ok… and our man sounds amazing.

Neal S Blaisdell Arena
Honolulu, Hawaii
April 29, 2014

  • Bob Dylan – piano, harp
  • Tony Garnier – bass
  • George Recile – drums
  • Stu Kimball – rhythm guitar
  • Charlie Sexton on lead guitar
  • Donnie Herron – banjo, viola, violin, electric mandolin, pedal steel, lap steel

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April 28: Bob Dylan released Together Through Life in 2009

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April 28: Bob Dylan Together Through Life was released in 2009

…Sure, I try to stick to the rules. Sometimes I might shift paradigms within the same song, but then that structure also has its own rules. And I combine them both, see what works and what doesn’t. My range is limited. Some formulas are too complex and I don’t want anything to do with them.
~Bob Dylan (to Bill Flanagan, in 2009)

“Dylan, who turns 68 in May, has never sounded as ravaged, pissed off and lusty”
~David Fricke (rollingstone.com)

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Together Through Life is an album that gets its hooks in early and refuses to let go. It’s dark yet comforting, with a big tough sound, booming slightly like a band grooving at a soundcheck in an empty theatre. And at its heart there is a haunting refrain. Because above everything this is a record about love, its absence and its remembrance.
~Danny Eccleston (mojo4music.com)

Beyond Here Lies Nothin’

I’m listening to Billy Joe Shaver
And I’m reading James Joyce
Some people they tell me
I got the blood of the land in my voice
~Bob Dylan (I Feel A Change Comin’ On)

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April 28: Bob Dylan Klas Burling Interview, Stockholm, Sweden,1966

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April 28: Bob Dylan  Klas Burling Interview, Stockholm, Sweden,1966

What do you think Mozart would say to you if you ever come up to him and ask him the questions that you’ve been asking, you know? What kind of questions would you ask him, you know, ‘Tell me, Mr. Mozart… ‘
~Bob Dylan (to Klas Burling, April 28, 1966)

Immediately after the official press conference at the Hotel Flamingo at Stockholm, Dylan was interviewed for Swedish Radio 3: Stockholm: Radiohuset by Sweden’s first disc jockey, Klas Burling. Burling asked all the questions that Dylan had clearly grown sick and tired of hearing and got a really hard time as a result. You have to give poor Burling credit for lasting the distance and carrying the interview through to the end. (Every Mind Polluting Word)

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