Bobby Womack sings All Along the Watchtower by Bob Dylan

Bobby Womack sings All Along the Watchtower by Bob Dylan Facts Of Life is a 1973 R&B album recorded by Bobby Womack. for United Artists Records. Released in June 8, 1973, it raced to No. 6 on the Billboard R&B Charts. It also charted at No. 37 on the Billboard U.S. Pop Charts. The album included the hit single “Nobody …

March 3: Bob Dylan – Westinghouse Studios 1963

Westinghouse Studios New York City, New York 3 March 1963 Folk songs and more folk songs Broadcast in the program “Folk songs and more folk songs” on Westinghouse TV stations in May 1963. Blowin’ In The Wind How many roads must a man walk down Before you call him a man? Yes, ’n’ how many seas must a white dove …

My favourite Bob Dylan bootleg 1983: Infidels outtakes (Rough cuts)

  My favourite Bob Dylan bootleg 1983: Infidels outtakes (Rough cuts)  For the first time in his career, Dylan books a month of sessions to record an album. The sessions will take place at the Power Station in New York, across the way from Sony Studios. Dylan coproduces the album with Mark Knopfler. The band they have devised for the sessions ranks as …

My Favourite Bob Dylan bootleg 2014: Gothenburg Sweden July 15

My Favourite Bob Dylan bootleg 2014: Gothenburg Sweden July 15 We (Egil & I) saw Bob Dylan two times on this leg of the tour (Stavern and Kristiansand), Stavern was good and Kristiansand was great. This show from Gothenburg, Sweden is close to the Kristiansand show in atmosphere and performance. It has a guitar-heavy feel just like the two shows …

Mar 01: Bob Dylan recorded Live at Budokan in 1978

March 1: Bob Dylan recorded Live at Budokan in 1978 This is where it started for me. I am pretty drunk now, but maybe that makes me more honest and more direct about my thoughts about Bob Dylan’s slated live album, At Budokan. I think it has been undeservedly put down by critics and the public in general. It is …

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