Bob Dylan - 'Tempest'

Bob Dylan - 'Tempest'

As you may or may not know, Bobby D’s been on a bit of a roll this last decade. This may seem like ages to you, but the guy’s 71(!) and since 2001 he’s released the albums ‘Love And Theft’, ‘Modern Times’ and ‘Together Through...

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Album Review: Wave Machines - 'Wave If You're Really There'

Wave Machines - 'Wave If You're Really There'

They may not be as easy on the eye as La Roux, but when it comes to knocking out sublime pop, Wave Machines are up there with 2009’s finest. Merseyside’s latest masked music-makers have created a gorgeous grower of a debut, a veritable...

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Album review: Bob Dylan

Album review: Bob Dylan

In 2009, the year Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th president of the United States, the times really are a-changin’, not least because the most powerful man in the world describes Bob Dylan as an icon and claims to have “probably 30...

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Bob Dylan: 'Dylan'

Bob Dylan: 'Dylan'

While there may already be a vast number of Bob Dylan ‘Best Ofs’, this three-disc set is essential. From his early street poet days penning the stunning likes of ‘Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right’ and ‘It Ain’t Me Babe’ through...

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Dylan, Bob : Concert At Philharmonic Hall Oct 31 1964 (Bootleg Series Vol 6)

Dylan, Bob : Concert At Philharmonic Hall Oct...

There's nothing inherently good about old music. The good folk at Farto magazine may drop a bollock each month in their ceaseless quest to uncover what the bass player from Santana had for lunch on January 20 1967, but in the real world - where...

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Bob Dylan : Stirling Castle

Bob Dylan : Stirling Castle

It is said that Marlon Brando and Orson Welles got fat because they got bored. There was nothing that could stretch them so they laid down and set about making unrecognisable monsters of themselves, attempting to challenge conventional wisdom of...

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Bob Dylan: Melbourne Rod Laver Arena

Bob Dylan: Melbourne Rod Laver Arena

Bob Dylan 's relentlessly cited enigma is less about who than why. Why does this poet laureate of some distant ideal work 150 nights a year when he looks like a pale bag of bones in a fright wig and somebody else's flame-streaked cowboy boots?...

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California Ventura Fairgrounds

California Ventura Fairgrounds

The Volkswagen-travelling forces of Peace, Love and Freedom that fastened to The Grateful Dead for decades have assembled again, to bear witness to spirited playing by Bob Dylan and Phil Lesh on the 'Phylan Up Summer 2000' tour. They...

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The Best Of Bob Dylan Volume 2

The Best Of Bob Dylan Volume 2

For a writer who has specialised in oblique lyricism, it's an unusually frank statement. "I used to care but things have changed", buzzes Bob Dylan on 'Things Have Changed' , the loyalty bonus for long-term fans buying this compilation. As his...

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Live 1966

Live 1966

IF THE ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE Prevention Of Purism ever decided to do a radio advert, they might like to use this CD. Because the reward for the folkies shouting 'Judas' and slow-handclapping, is to hear history laughing at them for the rest of...

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