‘The New Basement Tapes’ finally live up to their dizzying promise with Rhiannon Giddens’ darkly contoured reading of “Spanish Mary.”
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We review the initial take on Bob Dylan and the Band’s “Lo and Behold,” when the song was still loose and not quite fully formed.
Bob Dylan and the Band never tired of “Forever Young,” finding new meaning with each passing year, and each passing version.
‘It was like a dream’: For the Byrds’ Roger McGuinn, association with Bob Dylan went way past ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’
McGuinn remembers favorite moments from their ’70s collaborations.
Bob Dylan spoke as part of a forthcoming Guthrie-related audio book.
A nasty little put down, this track better matches performer and lyric.
One Track Mind: Bob Dylan and the Band, “Odds and Ends” from The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 (2014)
Lost time may never be found again but, sometimes, lost songs are.
One Track Mind: Elvis Costello, Jim James + Marcus Mumford, “Nothing To It” from Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes (2014)
You can tell their heart is in it. But something important is off.
It may be a Sinatra song, but Dylan sticks close to his more recent sound.
Dylan proceeded to pull out a series of songs that, truth be told, didn’t appeal to the future leader of the Band.