Bob Dylan’s best songs: Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts

The festival was over, the boys were all plannin’ for a fall The cabaret was quiet except for the drillin’ in the wall The curfew had been lifted and the gamblin’ wheel shut down Anyone with any sense had already left town He was standin’ in the doorway lookin’ like the Jack of Hearts ~Bob Dylan (Lily, Rosemary and the …

Video of the day: Van Morrison 2/2/1974 Winterland, San Francisco (concert video)

Van Morrison at the Winterland Feb 2, 1974 Van Morrison remains seated and playing acoustic guitar for most of this show.  This footage is in black & white and concentrates entirely on Van Morrison. It’s an incredible set-list and the delivery is first class. The Band: Dahaud Shaar: drums James Trumbo: keyboards Ralph Wash: guitar David Hayes: bass Dorothy Morrison: backing vocals Bill …

Bob Dylan’s best songs – Tangled Up In Blue

A song that took me ten years to live and two years to write ~Bob Dylan So that the story took place in the present and the past at the same time. When you look at a painting, you can see any part of it, or you see it altogether. I wanted that song to be like a painting. ~Bob Dylan …

Bob Dylan’s best songs: Meet Me In The Morning

They say the darkest hour is right before the dawn They say the darkest hour is right before the dawn But you wouldn’t know it by me Every day’s been darkness since you been gone ~Bob Dylan (Meet Me In The Morning) Certainly “Meet Me In The Morning”…. + ~Buddy Cage (when asked by Robbie Bossert in an interview about …

Bob Dylan’s best songs: You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go

Situations have ended sad Relationships have all been bad Mine’ve been like Verlaine’s and Rimbaud But there’s no way I can compare All those scenes to this affair Yer gonna make me lonesome when you go ~Bob Dylan (You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go) Much of the song is thus delivered, so lightly as to suggest that it’s in …

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