We review a previously unheard, chin-wagging find from Bob Dylan and the Band’s forthcoming ‘Basement Tapes Complete.’
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The Band’s fun run through Allen Toussaint’s soul-lifting “You See Me” underscored an often-forgotten portion of their inestimable legacy.
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.
“The River Hymn” tries to answer questions raised on the Band’s ‘Cahoots,’ offering one of Levon Helm’s prettiest vocals along the way.
Bob Dylan and the Band never tired of “Forever Young,” finding new meaning with each passing year, and each passing version.
Slow to get started, this R&B romp finishes on a high note.
Even lesser-known tracks continue to yield important insights, decades later.
With “Endless Highway,” there remains this profound sense of unfinished business.
They create something deeper than what came before – something harder to quantify.
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.