Filmed during the making of his movie Hearts On Fire (1987).
This BBC documentary captures Bob Dylan in a nice mood answering questions on songwriting, fans, etc… while sketching pictures of interviewer Christopher Sykes.
“I just write ‘em because nobody says you can’t write ‘em”
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John Robert Cocker OBE (born 20th May 1944– died 22nd Dec 2014) — known as Joe Cocker — was an English rock and blues singer, who came to popularity in the 1960s, and is known for his gritty voice, his spasmodic body movement in performance and his cover versions of popular songs, particularly those of The Beatles.
He covered many songs by Bob Dylan, here are those I managed to find today:
Seven Days, Live with Ron Wood and Eric Clapton (1983):
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Never Ending Tour 1997
||February 9, 1997
||December 20, 1997
|No. of shows
||11 in Asia
78 in North America
4 in Europe
93 in Total
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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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In 1987 Dylan first made a guest appearance @ a Taj Mahal concert in Los Angeles, February 19, then performed with the The Grateful Dead 6 times in July & finally the “Temples in Flames Tour”.
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