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Many of our assumptions about spiritual intention, sensual pleasure, and the essence of work, community, country, race, and the divine have germinated in Bob Dylan’s need to know what’s blowing in the wind. In a moment when the world we thought we knew seems like uncharted territory, About Man and God and Law hears sixty years of popular music anew, offering both a map and a manifesto for empathy and purpose for anyone seeking a life of meaning inspired by the songs they love. Stephen Daniel ...
 
Bob Dylan, de 71 años es una leyenda viviente de la música popular estadounidense del siglo XX, un pionero de la canción comprometida y una gran influencia para varias generaciones de artistas. De trovador de folk en los cabarets de Greenwich Village en Nueva York, en los albores de los 60, hasta la superestrella condecorada en mayo pasado por uno de sus 'fans', el presidente estadounidense Barack Obama, Robert Allen Zimmerman siempre ha seguido su propio camino de genio musical, rebelde e i ...
 
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Australian singer/songwriter Emma Swift's highly acclaimed Blonde On The Tracks album, with guitar backing by life partner (and former podcast guest) Robyn Hitchcock, was her breakthrough recording. Emma swears that "singing Dylan's songs is like wearing a magical cape. Suddenly you have special powers. My job is to give each song a different emoti…
 
Prize-winning poet and playwright Caroline Bird reminds us that “we’re all poets when we’re asleep. Writing is trying to find a way to dream while we’re awake”. On Bob Dylan: “You always hear him choosing the dark side of the road”; “What I love is that his songs are full of denial. Whenever the emotion gets too real, he runs away” and “He’s so naï…
 
We are going electric with Bob Dylan and Professor Kathryn Lofton. Few pop culture moments have been analyzed more closely than Bob Dylan "going electric" at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival. We ask what is all means for American religion, race, and music with our special guest, Kathryn Lofton. Kathryn is the Lex Hixon Professor of Religious Studies …
 
Patti Smith Group guitarist and author Lenny Kaye reminds us that “Bob Dylan is still experimenting, seeing who he might be, putting on the weirdest shows ever, upending barriers”. Almost in one breath, Lenny gives forth on working with or listening to Suzanne Vega, John Coltrane, Gayle, The Stooges, Brian Eno, The Byrds, Bing Crosby and Janis Jopl…
 
Screenwriter and playwright Daragh Carville joins me to talk about Bob's lyrics. Daragh has some brilliant insights to Bob's words and it was a joy to have him on! This episode was previously available to Patreon subscribers only. The Patreon show has now finished, thank you for all your support (in your hundreds!).…
 
Film director/screenwriter Justin Trefgarne talks about Dylan, but also about fathers, sons, archetypes and coincidence. “Bob has been the guardian angel and surrogate father for my entire adult existence,” he tells us. From his first encounter with Like A Rolling Stone (which he played for five hours straight), “everything was up for grabs”. Hear …
 
What are the greatest friendships in rock and roll? The Boss and the Big Man? Lennon and McCartney? Mick and Keith? Joni Mitchell and Prince? This episode, we’ve got perhaps Dylan’s sweetest friendship, and also a brother – a brother of the Wilbury kind. That’s right. Meet George Harrison and Bob Dylan. Our guest Seth Rogovoy is the author of Bob D…
 
Singer/Songwriter/Actor John Doe tells terrific tales: hanging with Dennis Quaid and Winona Ryder in Memphis, gigging with Nick Lowe in London and hearing his voice come out of Christian Bale’s mouth in Todd Haynes’s Dylan biopic I’m Not There. Did John’s appearance with LA punk band X on the Letterman Show in 1983 inspire Dylan’s wild 1984 set wit…
 
Welcome to Episode 4 of Season Three in which Scott Warmuth unpacks the secret history of Bob Dylan's art of composition in a mind-blowing conversation. Check out Bob Dylan's bookshelf or a taste of the inventory from which Dylan invents music on the album Love and Theft. This is a fascinating journey into the mind of Dylan as a quirky, cunning, br…
 
Belfast’s Steven Cockcroft (co-host of leading Beatles podcast Nothing Is Real) offers unexpected takes on The Boys and Bob: “Roll On John isn’t about an individual, it’s about the sanctification of Lennon” and “The Travelling Wilburys was a calculated move by George”. Also on the menu: Dylan’s questionable harmonies on an obscure Ringo album track…
 
Bonus: I talk to Jake Brennan (from the Disgraceland podcast) about how we created the new season of Blood on the Tracks. BOTT is a fictionalised podcast of Bob's life from 66 to now, all episodes are available to listen to here: https://podfollow.com/1523712095 Enjoy! BenOleh Ben Burrell
 
No regrets, Coyote. And we really mean that. What better way to get into the depths of peerless artists Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell, how they intersect, and how they work then by speaking with David Yaffe, author of Bob Dylan: Like a Complete Unknown and Reckless Daughter: A Portrait of Joni Mitchell. David is an esteemed and eminently creative mus…
 
*** RE-UPLOAD*** Sorry an unedited episode managed to find its way into the stream, this is the correct one! We take a look at this album's final three songs, they're not the LP's best, but they are important... This episode was written, produced and narrated by Ben Burrell. Don't forget to leave a review, it helps! You can buy me a coffee! https:/…
 
Much of what we know about the gods of rock comes from their music. But it is the rock star interview, pioneered by the rock bible Rolling Stone magazine as named after Dylan’s own song, where testaments of rock and roll were given. Kind of like an oral tradition to the sacred texts of the songs, kind of a new testament to the old, explaining the g…
 
Our special culinary episode with critic Eric Asimov includes the story of long-time Dylan bass player Tony Garnier’s delicious Christmas gumbo and Dylan’s wine-making venture, Planet Waves (“the wine has aged better than the album”). A fan since hearing “I Want You” the age of eight, Eric is “drawn to the atmosphere Bob creates. It’s misty. It’s a…
 
Here we take a look at another three songs from this wonderful LP, including a personal favourite. This episode was written, produced and narrated by Ben Burrell. Don't forget to leave a review, it helps! You can buy me a coffee! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/benburrell The Patreon show has now closed, thanks so much for all your messages and suppor…
 
It was a weekend afternoon in March at Florida International University, and there was hardly another person in sight where a collection of Dylan's work — work as important as any painter of his age if not for the paintings themselves but rather because of the artist – offered a frame to begin looking one last time at Bob Dylan in this, the final s…
 
Here we take a look at some stone cold classics from this record and where it sits in Dylan's back catalogue. This episode was written, produced and narrated by Ben Burrell. Don't forget to leave a review, it helps! Support the show! Join Bob Dylan: Album by Album Extra on Patreon: www.patreon.com/BDABAE Another podcast: I had so much fun being the…
 
We dive back into The Freewheelin' and take a look at two more songs from the album as well as the LP's iconic artwork. This episode was written, produced and narrated by Ben Burrell. Don't forget to leave a review, it helps! Support the show! Join Bob Dylan: Album by Album Extra on Patreon: www.patreon.com/BDABAE Another podcast: I had so much fun…
 
Our adventure with The Freewheelin' begins! We look at the origins of the album and its first two songs, both classics. This episode was written, produced and narrated by Ben Burrell. Don't forget to leave a review, it helps! Support the show! Join Bob Dylan: Album by Album Extra on Patreon: www.patreon.com/BDABAE Another podcast: I had so much fun…
 
Singer, songwriter and saxophonist Curtis Stigers tells us true stories with a cast of characters including Van Morrison, Eric Clapton and Bob Dylan. A fan from way back (“Bob is the perfect creation. He’s an art form in himself”), his jazzy cover versions include Things Have Changed (“people go nuts for that song. Their heads explode”). A committe…
 
Bob helps to save the first half of the 90s with a couple of albums of covers... but how does this LP stack up? Where do the songs come from? And how do they influence Dylan's originals? We dive into Good As I Been To You. This episode was written, produced and narrated by Ben Burrell. Don't forget to leave a review, it helps! Support the show! Joi…
 
Dylan goes country, sort of! We take a look at 1969's Nashville Skyline. Written, produced and narrated by Ben Burrell. Don't forget to leave a review, it helps! Support the show! Join Bob Dylan: Album by Album Extra on Patreon: www.patreon.com/BDABAE Another podcast: I had so much fun being the lead writer on the latest season of Blood On The Trac…
 
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