50. Time Passes Slowly Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again With God On Our Side One More Cup Of Coffee Pressing On Thunder On The Mountain Man In The Long Black Coat From A Buick 6 Masters Of War All Along The Watchtower 40 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 Standing In The Doorway Pay In Blood Only … Continue reading Happy Birthday, Bob!
St. Vincent is playing at the Chicago International Film Festival, and I’m using that excuse to post this video. It’s an end credits stinger from the film, featuring Bill Murray in character singing Bob Dylan’s “Shelter From The Storm.” Enjoy. The film plays October 15th at 8:15pm. Tickets can be purchased here. Continue reading Bill Murray-“Shelter From The Storm”
Like most people, my first discoveries of music were made while perusing the records and CD’s in my parents collection. Whenever I had the house to myself I would just pick something randomly and put it on. The collection my dad had was mostly late 60’s and early 70’s rock, so I learned a lot about The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Doors, etc. He … Continue reading Songs From My Dad
So, here’s the thing about me and Bob Dylan-I love him. We’ve had our differences over the years, but pretty much everything that he does I either enthusiastically adore or, at worst, enjoy. Hell, even “Lay Lady Lay” is better than 95% of any other artists music. So me saying that I think Tempest, Dylan’s newest record, is great is a bit like me saying … Continue reading Bob Dylan-Tempest
I still remember the first time I heard Dan Bern. It was back in 2002 at one of the computer labs at Purdue. I was no longer a student, but I would go and log in with my friend Jeremy’s info and download ridiculous amounts of music. I discovered a lot of things there: Bright Eyes, Har Mar Superstar, MC Paul Barman, and too many … Continue reading Dan Bern-Drifter