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Congratulations (1988)- The Traveling Wilburys

There are supergroups and then there are the Traveling Wilburys (TW). It’s a shame they made just 2 records – Volume 1 and Volume 3. Today’s song Congratulations is the first song to appear in this music library project from

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24/5 – 30/5/21 The Hit, Dylan Story, Ivermectin Study & Sam Harris’ audience

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. The Most Important Hit in Baseball History – Baseball Bits Video presentation at Foolish Baseball I have presented videos before from this fantastic baseball

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Come Healing (2012) – Leonard Cohen

How I have been champing at the bit to write about this spiritual anthem and finally it has arrived in alphabetical cadence. It titled an earlier post ‘Leonard Cohen’s ‘Come Healing’ and 5 other contemporary spiritual masterpieces‘. There are scant singer-songwriters

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Changing of The Guards (1978) – Bob Dylan

Changing of the Guards is one of Dylan’s many masterpieces as is the album it opens – Street Legal. Both are underrated outputs of Dylan’s astounding discography. If I had to choose just one album from Dylan’s catalogue to have

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Carribean Wind (1985) – Bob Dylan

Carribean Wind is another one of those immense Dylan songs one can find perplexing how he deemed it unreleasable material. When writing this post I was tossing up between this and Abandoned Love to declare my favourite. I realised I

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Canadee-I-O (1992) – Bob Dylan

So she bargained with the sailor boy, All for a piece of gold. Straightaway then he led her Down into the hold, Sayin’, “I’ll dress you up in sailor’s clothes, Your jacket shall be blue. You’ll see that seaport town

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Buckets of Rain (1975) – Bob Dylan

Buckets of Rain comes from one of Dylan’s most critically acclaimed records – 1975’s Blood on the Tracks. It is the last song on the record and is certainly different from all which proceeds it. Dylan often does that on

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Murder Most Foul (2020) – Bob Dylan

There I was this morning reading the BBC news homepage…Corona, Corona, Corona, Corona, Bob Dylan, Corona. Wait, this quarantine business isn’t making me see things I wondered? After rubbing my eyes..I read ‘Bob Dylan releases first new music in eight

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Born in Time (1990) – Bob Dylan

Born in Time is the second song  to appear here off Dylan’s widely scorned 1990 album Under The Red Sky. If you would like more information about this album you can visit the 2 x 2 song post. Born in

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Blind Willie McTell (1983) – Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan has such a vast song catalogue he decided to leave a dizzying array of excellent songs off his records. We have showcased some of these before one including Abandoned Love – Is this Dylan’s saddest song?  That must

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