Inside Bob Dylan’s Lost Interviews and Unseen Letters
As Bob Dylan’s career blossomed, he kept in close touch with his friend Tony Glover. The pair’s conversations and letters — published here for the first time — show a Dylan that few people knew
By Douglas Brinkley Forum: Tell Me
Ronnie Wood - Worried Life Blues
Bass – Bill Wyman, Dave Green
Drums – Charlie Watts
Guitar – Mick Taylor
Guitar, Vocals – Ronnie Wood
Piano – Axel Zwingenberger, Ben Waters
Saxophone – Don Weller, Tom Waters, Willie Garnett Forum: Tell Me
The Ed Sullivan YouTube channel is one of the best out there, with great videos being uploaded on a daily basis and often with some unseen performances (at least for me) like this one:
B.B. King - The Thrill is Gone (1970) Forum: Tell Me
Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese
New 4K digital transfer, approved by director Martin Scorsese, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray
New interviews with Scorsese, editor David Tedeschi, and writer Larry “Ratso” Sloman
Restored footage of never-before-seen Rolling Thunder Revue performances of “Tonight I’ll Be Forum: Tell Me
I think dandy nailed it..
The stage looks higher in the second pic.
Another pic from Amsterdam, by Henry Diltz. The caption reads, "Stephen Stills waiting at the edge of the stage in Amsterdam in 1970, for the Rolling Stones to start their concert." Forum: Tell Me
That Beads 'remix' is a disappointment.
A big flat and not as peppy as the original version... Shame. In fact, more than a 'remix' it sounds like a PT demo (no real drums etc)
I've only listened a couple of times, but it seems to be much lesser (in many aspects) than than album version.
What do you make of it Critiano and other Who fans?
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"In a new interview with ROCK 100.5 Atlanta, Brian Johnson and Cliff Williams confirm AC/DC plans to play shows when safe, and that Malcolm Young's playing is NOT on #PWRUp (though his riffs are).
Also, the new album drops Nov. 13."
INTERVIEW (FB link) Forum: Tell Me
A new version of the Who's latest record is being released in a deluxe edition, including recordings from last year's Kingston gigs:
5The Kids Are Alright
6Break The News
7She Rocked My World
8Won't Get Fooled Again Forum: Tell Me
Hear Dave Brubeck’s Previously Unreleased Early Version of ‘Take Five’
In honor of the pianist’s centennial, Brubeck Editions will issue Time OutTakes, an album featuring alternate versions of iconic 1959 tracks
Dave Brubeck Quartet - Take Five (unreleased) Forum: Tell Me
I guess this eas already posted but it's very worth re-posting it here.
The Story of Ready Steady Go! - BBC documentary
Very enjoyable documentary with lots of great stories from that era. I love what Michael Lindsay-Hogg says about Paint it Black. More details: Forum: Tell Me