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The Traveling Wilbury's - Outtakes and Remixes From the "Nobody's Child" Sessions, the Del Shannon Sessions and "Volume Three"- Dylan, Petty, Lynne, Harrison and Orbison Joined Forces To Create Two Unique Albums Between 1988 & 1990 - Nuff Said - 71 min.

In 1990, Del Shannon recorded with Jeff Lynne of ELO, and there were rumors he would join the Traveling Wilburys after Roy Orbison’s death. Only months later, he committed suicide after a life eclipsing bout of depression. This tragedy ended the haunted reign of The Traveling Wilbury’s.

Posted 01/16/2015 10:53 AM

Bob Dylan – “I Believe In You” – Fox Theater, San Francisco, 1979 - The Gospel According To Zimmerman and Translated By Fans Everywhere For the Past 34 Years – From the 2 CD Unauthorized Release “Contract with the Lord”

This is Zimmy at his best and possessed. They say it’s wise to stay away from politics and religion during conversation if one desires to retain friends. Well, Bobby always had the nerve of a poet.. One must anticipate some divine Bob conflict’s if you want to keep your seat on his Slow Train.

Posted 06/12/2013 02:09 PM

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Leonard Cohen, Peter Paul and Mary, Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan - More From The 1977 Televison Series "All You Need Is Love" - Another Slice of Episode 12 - "Go Down, Moses!: Songs of War and Protest”

Protest just ain’t what it used to be. In a different age and rage we had leaders within a cause defining required actions that could deliver a Sunday punch to the out of touch upper class mass. Seeger, Woody and Cohen spoke generously of such intent. In many ways, they still light the way home.

Posted 05/05/2013 12:55 PM

Newport Broadside- Topical Songs At The Newport Folk Festival, 1963- Jim Garland, Ed McCurdy, Phil Ochs, Peter LaFarge, Joan Baez and Bob Dylan- The Original Vanguard Vinyl Release- Side Two

The Topical Song took on a whole new meaning once Dylan got through with it. He elevated the game to a new zone of abstract splendor. And then along came Ochs who combined the skill of a journalist with the tongue of a poet, LaFarge who invoked Native American heart and Baez who seduced the day.

Posted 04/09/2013 11:06 AM

Newport Broadside- Topical Songs At The Newport Folk Festival, 1963- Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, Tom Paxton, Sam Hinton, Bob Davenport, The Freedom Singers-The Original Vanguard Vinyl Release-Side One

In 1954 socialite Elaine Lorillard financed a Jazz Festival at Newport Rhode Island. She hired Jazz promoter George Wein to organize. It became the place to be for many aspects of that great Art for many years. In 1959 Wein expanded the notion to Folk, Blues and Bluegrass. The results are historic.

Posted 04/09/2013 10:23 AM

The Newport Folk Festival- 1963-1966- Part Two Featuring Donavon, Judy Collins, Dylan, Pete Seeger, Howlin Wolf, Johnny Cash, Mike Bloomfield, Paul Butterfield, Peter, Paul and Mary Plus Many Other Folk and Blues Legends!

We are pleased to present the second installment of “Festival”, the Murray Lerner film which captures magnificent footage from the King of all festivals, Newport. This compilation defines a history of influencial legends the likes of which we shall never see nor hear again. 58 Minutes.

Posted 11/14/2009 10:26 AM

Newport Folk Festival- 1963-1966-Part One: Featuring Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Peter, Paul and Mary, Howlin' Wolf, Judy Collins, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Mississippi John Hurt, Johnny Cash, Pete Seeger, Buffy Sainte-Marie and Others!

Before Monterey Pop and way before Woodstock was the Newport Folk Festival which featured the most luminous folk, blues, country and bluegrass artists in the United States. The four years covered in this wonderful film feature the heart and soul of these events through rare performances. 38 Minutes

Posted 11/09/2009 03:59 AM

Bob Dylan On The Steve Allen Program - 'The Ballad Of Hattie Carroll'

When Dylan refused to compromise with Ed Sullivan over song selection, the always intelligently intuitive Steve Allen introduced Bob to America, creating another televised moment that would introduce us to a creator whose genius would change the scope of all lyrical perceptions within popular music.

Posted 01/09/2008 11:15 AM