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Every Grain of Sand (1981) – Bob Dylan

I familiarised myself with Every Grain of Sand after hearing it on 1991’s The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961–1991 (version below) featuring Jennifer Warnes on backing vocal. I was in complete awe of it when I first

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Emotionally Yours (1985) – Bob Dylan

(In the year this song was written..a singer-songwriter steadfast in their conviction and humble in their manner, see above) This is the second song to appear from Dylan’s maligned 1985 record Empire Burlesque. I reviewed the last track Dark Eyes

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Duncan and Brady (2000) – Bob Dylan

I saw Bob in Sydney opening with Duncan and Brady in 2001. The night later he won the Oscar for ‘Things Have Changed‘. Dylan’s execution of this old ballad with the sync-rollicking guitars and intonation and timbre of voice as

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1/11 – 7/11/21 Movies, Albert Camus & Baseball Fix

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. Why Modern Movies Suck – They’re Written By ChildrenVideo presentation by The Critical Drinker What better way to describe the Critical Drinker’s channel, ‘He

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Don’t Fall Apart on Me Tonight (1983) – Bob Dylan

This is the first song to come from Dylan’s 1983 studio album Infidels. Blind Willie McTell an extraordinary out-take from the same album did make my cut and was reviewed here. The version 2 live video of Don’t Fall Apart

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25/10 – 31/10/21 Andromeda, Dylan 80 – 85, & Yadier Molina.

After a long hiatus, welcome back to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. How Far Away Is It? Andromeda and the Local Group 4KVideo presentation by David Butler The David Butler video

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Dirty World (1988) – Traveling Wilburys

Dirty World is the second song here from The Traveling Wilburys and their Volume 1 album. As mentioned in the first release – Congratulations, all songs from this stellar debut album will feature here. Such is the quality of this

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Diamonds & Rust (1975) – Joan Baez

The introspective self-emboldening Diamonds and Rust is the first song to appear here from the phenomenal talent that is Joan Baez. It is so well-renowned because it tells of her turbulent relationship with fellow singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. Diamonds and Rust

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Desolation Row (1965) – Bob Dylan

I’ll admit I was more daunted to write about this song than any other. I’m still none the wiser where to go with this phenomenal piece after letting it sit with me a number of days. To subject your interpretation

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Delia (1993) – Bob Dylan

This is the first song to appear here from Dylan’s 1993 traditional-folk record World Gone Wrong (WGW) and kicks off side two of the record. This album was a follow-up to his other acoustic guitar and harmonica record – Good

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