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Dylan.FM
S01.11 Jochen Markhorst on Cold Irons Bound from Time Out Of Mind

Dylan.FM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 25:12


Jochen Markhorst is a key member of the ring of Dylanologists who help the rest of us know about the references, influences, and ideas found in Dylan's work. In hundreds of blog posts and 15 books he's shared an impressive ability to put Bob's work into context of other music, literature, poetry, and art. He joins us to share some of his findings and thoughts on Cold Irons Bound from his book: Time Out Of Mind - The Rising of an Old Master. He tells us about the songs origin with Drummer David Kemper, he lines the song borrows from Ralph Stanley and The Stanley Brothers, and more. Following his presentation, is a Q&A with Jochen on this song and they way he approaches Dylan's work. An extended version of this interview - with about 15 extra minutes of Q&A - and a video version - is available to Plus Premium Members at FreakMusic.Club. or our Substack. For as little as $8/mo you get extended versions of our podcast episodes, video versions, and many more benefits. Right now, new Annual Members get a copy of Jochen's Time Out Of Mind Book. LINKS: BOOKS:Time Out Of Mind - The Rising of an Old Master (Amazon) 15 Titles from Jochen Markhorst (Includes Blood On The Track, Bringing It All Back Home, Blonde on Blonde, John Wesley Harding, Mississippi, Desolation Row, Crossing The Rubicon, and many more. BLOG POSTS Cold Irons Bound (Pt.1 - Pt.2 - Pt.3 - Pt.4 - Pt.5 - Pt.6) More Writing at Untold Dylan FREE WEEKLY BOB DYLAN NEWSLETTER "Seven Days" is our weekly email that give you all the biggest Dylan news, links, new releases, books, podcasts and more - in a simple prioritized list every Sunday. Sign up for free at: clck.it/7days

Definitely Dylan
Will Timothée Chalamet Save Dylan Fandom? - A Conversation With Rebecca Slaman

Definitely Dylan

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 3263:00


This is the first of two conversations about the crafting of Bob Dylan's legacy.My guest is freelance writer Rebecca Slaman. Follow Rebecca on Twitter: @ithrewtheglass.The version of “Desolation Row” is from 12 April, 2009 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. You can watch it in full along with others from that year here.You can support Definitely Dylan on Patreon or with a one-off donation.For more information, see http://definitelydylan.com/.

Definitely Dylan
Will Timothée Chalamet Save Dylan Fandom? - A Conversation With Rebecca Slaman

Definitely Dylan

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022


This is the first of two conversations about the crafting of Bob Dylan's legacy.My guest is freelance writer Rebecca Slaman, with whom I talk about Dylan films, the future of Dylan fandom, and his underrated sense of humour!. Follow Rebecca on Twitter: @ithrewtheglass.The version of “Desolation Row” is from 12 April, 2009 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. You can watch it in full along with others from that year here.You can support Definitely Dylan on Patreon or with a one-off donation.For more information, see http://definitelydylan.com/.

Black Canvas
Singer/Songwriter/Multi-Instrumentalist/Meditation and Life Coach: Paul Weinfield

Black Canvas

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 28:13


He remembers finding someone's copy of Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited. In a few days, he memorized the lyrics to "Desolation Row." It was the moment when he realized songs aren't just tunes with words: they're worlds to be inhabited fully, filled with strange characters, unexpected emotions, and lessons to be learned. Three decades and several hundred songs later, Paul Weinfield is still at work. The trajectory of his musical career has hardly been linear. A two-time survivor of cancer, he's faced a lot of setbacks, which inform the themes of his music. Weinfield's first albums (2005-2013) were released under the pseudonym “Tam Lin,” a nod to his love of folklore and magic. He then collaborated with singer-songwriter Danny Musengo in Fairytales For the Fatherless (2014-2018). The two joined David Block (The Human Experience) in founding Gone Gone Beyond, a “future-folk” project combining electronic and folk sounds. Since 2018, Weinfield has been releasing music under his own name: Music Is People (2019), Things I Should Have Told Myself Long Ago (2020), and miscellaneous singles. His latest album, Love Songs From the Tree of Life, is due out later in 2022. In addition to being a musician, Weinfield is a meditation teacher and spiritual author, and Buddhism informs a lot of his songwriting. He likes to say that music and meditation are really just one thing: listening to the voices in his head and learning to find a place for them in this world.

Andrew's Daily Five
Highway 61 Revisited (Andrew's Mix)

Andrew's Daily Five

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2022 6:08


Highway 61 Revisited by Bob Dylan was released in 1965.Highway 61 Revisited (Andrew's Mix) includes the following songs, mixed with 19 clips:1. Like a Rolling Stone2. Tombstone Blues3. It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry4. From a Buick 65. Ballad of a Thin Man6. Queen Jane Approximately7. Highway 61 Revisited8. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues9. Desolation Row

Stand Off!
S2E14 - Jorge Joestar Chapter 14 - Desolation Row

Stand Off!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 39:53


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En el Camino
Episodio 28 - Poesía en la música - Bob Dylan

En el Camino

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 24:13 Transcription Available


Bob Dylan cumplió 80 años.  El autor que mejor ha mezclado la música con la poesía, y el que  ha revivido la tradición de recitarla.Revisamos su carrera y su influencia en la poesía, el rock y la música folk, analizando Desolation Row,  A hard rain's a-gonna fall  y Tangled up in Blue, entre otras.(www.enelcaminopodcast.com) (@enelcaminopodcast)

Mediano Music
BOBCast: 80 år med Dylan - en samtale med Jakob Brønnum

Mediano Music

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2021 103:26


Bob Dylan fylder 80 år den 24. maj. Det fejrer vi med forfatter og teolog Jakob Brønnums gennemgang af de efter hans mening ti bedste Bob Dylan-album. Og i denne POVcast - som i dagens anledning er døbt BOBcast - uddyber Brønnum sine valg i samtale med musikredaktør Jan Eriksen. Podcasten er lang, det handler om en lang karriere. 100 minutters BOBcast. 80 års levet liv. 60 år lang karriere. 40 album. Godt og vel.  At sætte sig for at udnævne de bedste ti Dylan-album kræver beslutsomhed, stor viden og et vist mod. Alt det kendetegner Dylan-eksperten Jakob Brønnum. I denne podcast taler han og værten ikke bare om de ti album på listen, men også om afgørende træk, musikalsk og teksmæssigt, der kom til at påvirke Dylan efter det store brud med folkemusikbevægelsen i begyndelsen af 60'erne. Og de taler ikke mindst om den betydning Dylan løbende har haft på den øvrige musikscene og den omgivende verden, der omvendt har påvirket Dylans sangskrivning.  På det seneste har Brønnum og Dylan-eksperten Eyolf Østrem udsendt første udgave af det, de kalder et "in-depth newsletter about Bob Dylan's music and lyrics", med andre ord et lille månedligt tidsskrift med artikler og analyser og anmeldelser og klummer, men i den nye Substack-form, hvor det går direkte i indbakken som mail og man samtidig har arkivet på hjemmesiden.  Brønnum har bl.a. skrevet bogen "Sange ved himlens port - Bob Dylans bibelske inspirationskilder". Jan Eriksen mødte Brønnum på et hotel i København, da denne var på vej hjem til Sverige. Der er lidt rumlen fra andre hotelgæster undervejs. I løbet af samtalen taler de blandt meget andet om: Robbie Robertsons indfølte guitarspil, der nærmest er et nummer i sig selv på versionen af  "Blowing in the Wind" på Before the Flood Forholdet til den daværende kone Sara Lowdes, der påvirker flere af Bob Dylans smukkeste numre. Dylans inspiration i den jødiske Kabbala-tænkning De uendelig mange oneliners i Dylans sange Dylans Nobel-pris Den evige afsøgning af eksistentielle spørgsmål i Dylans sange Forholdet mellem og folkemusikbevægelsen, der kom til at påvirke Dylans sangskrivning i mange år senere.  Dylans påvirkning af resten af musikscenen. Hvad der skete, der Dylan for første og sidste gang arbejdede sammen med en anden tekstforfatter - på albummet Desire. BOBcastens playliste: Bob Dylan Greatest Hits vol. 2, "Positively 4. Street" Before The Flood, "I Shall Be Released" Oh Mercy, "Ring them Bells", version med Joe Cocker Blood on the Tracks, "If You See Her Say Hallo" Highway 61 Revisited, "Desolation Row" Desire, "Hurricane" Time Out of Mind, "Trying to Get to Heaven" Blonde on Blonde, "Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands" Love and Theft, "Mississippi" Bring it All Back Home, "Love Minus Zero/No Limit"

Trinity Grace Church
"Desolation Row: A Future Revisited" | Matthew 24:15-35

Trinity Grace Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 43:45


“The Saviour King” Looking to Jesus for the Fulfillment of All Our Hopes What are your hopes? If all your hopes were fulfilled, would you be happy? Let's be honest: we've experienced fulfilled hopes only to find the happiness to wear off, even disappoint. The gospel provocatively asserts that Jesus is the one hope and fulfillment of our hopes that does not expire or disappoint. Join us Sundays 10:30 am as we learn from Matthew's gospel about how Jesus is the fulfillment of all our hopes. Speaker: Russell Sutherland

36 From the Vault
Play It F***ing Loud! (Let's Talk About Bob Dylan)

36 From the Vault

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 137:47


In this week’s episode we take a momentary pause from our march through the Dick’s Picks series to discuss one of the best (some would say the best) live performance of all time: Bob Dylan & The Hawks 05/17/1966 concerts from the Free Trade Hall in Manchester, UK, known throughout history as the “Royal Albert Hall” Concert. Catching Dylan in the midst of a creative peak, just weeks prior to the release of his monumental album, Blonde On Blonde, and just months before he’d disappear from live performances for 8 years, it’s an incredible peek into an artist challenging the norms of his era, battling with an audience of imbeciles, and playing some of the best rock & roll ever made with The Hawks.Disc One is a complete acoustic set, which shows Dylan playing songs from Bringing It All Back Home, Highway 61 Revisited, and the yet-unreleased Blonde On Blonde. Every song has a claim for The Greatest Dylan Song of All Time, but highlights are found in the languid “Visions Of Johanna,” the haunting “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue,” the wild and atonal “Desolation Row,” and the stunning energy in “Mr. Tambourine Man.” Disc Two opens with stray guitar riffs before launching into “Tell Me, Momma.” From there we’re off. One of the greatest sets of rock & roll ever played. Reworking old songs like “I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met,” “Baby Let Me Follow You Down,” and “One Too Many Mornings” as well as blasting tunes from his latest releases, “Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues” and “Leopard Skin Pill-Box Hat,” Dylan battles his audience for the whole set, chastising them “It used to be like this….now it goes like that….” “...If only you wouldn’t clap so loud…” and forcing some of the best rock music ever played upon their ears. The boo’s are hurtled from afar from a crowd of fucking morons who want Dylan to be the Dylan they want them to be, and all the while the band plays louder and tighter and groovier. The set peaks following a searing “Ballad Of A Thin Man” with an audience member calling Dylan “Judas!” before Dylan responds with: “I don’t believe you….you’re a liar,” before instructing The Hawks to “Play it fucking loud!” They do just that, and one of the greatest versions of “Like A Rolling Stone” is unleashed on the world. The show is an absolutely stunning picture of Dylan, who, at 24, was at an early creative peak - some would say his highest - and on the tail end of a 18mo dive into amphetamine abuse. Strung out, exhausted, angry, but writing some of the best music he ever will, he combines all of this into a dual performance, acoustic/electric, that showcases the sheer genius of Dylan, and the lasting legacy of his craft.36 from the Vault is production of Osiris Media. It is edited, produced and mastered by Brian Brinkman. All music composed by Amar Sastry, unless otherwise noted. Logo design by Liz Bee Art & Design. Special Curveball logo design by Mark Dowd. The executive producer of 36 from the Vault is RJ Bee. ---We’re thrilled to be sponsored by Grady’s Cold Brew. Use Promo Code: VAULTCheck out Green Future Wealth and mention OSIRIS to get a free report on your existing investmentsVisit Sunset Lake CBD and use promo code VAULT for 20% off your purchase---Please consider reviewing this podcast on

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Is it Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan: Charlie McCoy

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 51:48


Nashville musician Charlie McCoy's Dylan-related achievements include those distinctive guitar licks on Desolation Row, that blues harmonica on Obviously Five Believers (a rare example of another person playing harp on a Dylan session) and the inventive bass lines on John Wesley Harding, Nashville Skyline and Self Portrait. His motto: “Say yes - and then figure it out!” On his work as a session musician: “The song is the picture and we are the frame”. On Dylan's harmonica style: “I've tried to do it like that and it doesn't sound as good”. On waiting until 4:00 in the morning to record Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands: “How much coffee can you drink?”Charlie has played with them all: Elvis (13 albums), Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, George Jones, Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Ringo Starr, Paul Simon, Kris Kristofferson, Robbie Robertson, Linda Ronstadt; even the rockers known as Ween. His tale of Leonard Cohen and the horsewhip is worth the price of admission. Any regrets? “I never played bass for Elvis” (only harmonica, organ, vibes and guitar). We are honoured to welcome the Nashville cat who has been there and done pretty much everything.In addition to being a fixture in Nashville recording studios for almost 60 years, Charlie McCoy has released 35 solo albums and served as music director for the long-running television series, “Hee Haw”. Charlie is member of the Country Music Hall of Fame. His session work includes Oh Pretty Woman by Roy Orbison, Simon and Garfunkel's The Boxer, George Jones's He Stopped Loving Her Today and Johnny Cash's Orange Blossom Special. He has played harmonica for Waylon Jennings, Steve Miller, Gordon Lightfoot, Loretta Lynn, Leon Russell, Rodney Crowell and countless others. Charlie won a Grammy for his album, The Real McCoy. He has won the CMA's Instrumentalist of the Year Award two times and the Academy Of Country Music's Specialty Instrument Award seven times. Charlie was a member of legendary Nashville band Area Code 615, whose song Stone Fox Chase was the theme tune for the BBC's Old Grey Whistle Test TV series.WebsiteTrailerSpotify playlistListeners: please subscribe and/or leave a review and a rating.Twitter @isitrollingpodRecorded 19th February 2021This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Is it Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan: Charlie McCoy

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 52:48


Nashville musician Charlie McCoy’s Dylan-related achievements include those distinctive guitar licks on Desolation Row, that blues harmonica on Obviously Five Believers (a rare example of another person playing harp on a Dylan session) and the inventive bass lines on John Wesley Harding, Nashville Skyline and Self Portrait. His motto: “Say yes - and then figure it out!” On his work as a session musician: “The song is the picture and we are the frame”. On Dylan’s harmonica style: “I’ve tried to do it like that and it doesn’t sound as good”. On waiting until 4:00 in the morning to record Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands: “How much coffee can you drink?” Charlie has played with them all: Elvis (13 albums), Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, George Jones, Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Ringo Starr, Paul Simon, Kris Kristofferson, Robbie Robertson, Linda Ronstadt; even the rockers known as Ween. His tale of Leonard Cohen and the horsewhip is worth the price of admission. Any regrets? “I never played bass for Elvis” (only harmonica, organ, vibes and guitar). We are honoured to welcome the Nashville cat who has been there and done pretty much everything. In addition to being a fixture in Nashville recording studios for almost 60 years, Charlie McCoy has released 35 solo albums and served as music director for the long-running television series, “Hee Haw”. Charlie is member of the Country Music Hall of Fame. His session work includes Oh Pretty Woman by Roy Orbison, Simon and Garfunkel’s The Boxer, George Jones’s He Stopped Loving Her Today and Johnny Cash’s Orange Blossom Special. He has played harmonica for Waylon Jennings, Steve Miller, Gordon Lightfoot, Loretta Lynn, Leon Russell, Rodney Crowell and countless others. Charlie won a Grammy for his album, The Real McCoy. He has won the CMA’s Instrumentalist of the Year Award two times and the Academy Of Country Music’s Specialty Instrument Award seven times. Charlie was a member of legendary Nashville band Area Code 615, whose song Stone Fox Chase was the theme tune for the BBC’s Old Grey Whistle Test TV series. Website Trailer Spotify playlist Listeners: please subscribe and/or leave a review and a rating. Twitter @isitrollingpod Recorded 19th February 2021 This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts

Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan

Nashville musician Charlie McCoy's Dylan-related achievements include those distinctive guitar licks on Desolation Row, that blues harmonica on Obviously Five Believers (a rare example of another person playing harp on a Dylan session) and the inventive bass lines on John Wesley Harding, Nashville Skyline and Self Portrait. His motto: “Say yes - and then figure it out!” On his work as a session musician: “The song is the picture and we are the frame”. On Dylan's harmonica style: “I've tried to do it like that and it doesn't sound as good”. On waiting until 4:00 in the morning to record Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands: “How much coffee can you drink?”Charlie has played with them all: Elvis (13 albums), Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, George Jones, Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Ringo Starr, Paul Simon, Kris Kristofferson, Robbie Robertson, Linda Ronstadt; even the rockers known as Ween. His tale of Leonard Cohen and the horsewhip is worth the price of admission. Any regrets? “I never played bass for Elvis” (only harmonica, organ, vibes and guitar). We are honoured to welcome the Nashville cat who has been there and done pretty much everything.In addition to being a fixture in Nashville recording studios for almost 60 years, Charlie McCoy has released 35 solo albums and served as music director for the long-running television series, “Hee Haw”. Charlie is member of the Country Music Hall of Fame. His session work includes Oh Pretty Woman by Roy Orbison, Simon and Garfunkel's The Boxer, George Jones's He Stopped Loving Her Today and Johnny Cash's Orange Blossom Special. He has played harmonica for Waylon Jennings, Steve Miller, Gordon Lightfoot, Loretta Lynn, Leon Russell, Rodney Crowell and countless others. Charlie won a Grammy for his album, The Real McCoy. He has won the CMA's Instrumentalist of the Year Award two times and the Academy Of Country Music's Specialty Instrument Award seven times. Charlie was a member of legendary Nashville band Area Code 615, whose song Stone Fox Chase was the theme tune for the BBC's Old Grey Whistle Test TV series.WebsiteTrailerEpisode playlist on AppleEpisode playlist on SpotifyListeners: please subscribe and/or leave a review and a rating.Twitter @isitrollingpodRecorded 19th February 2021This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts

Mixology: The Mono/Stereo Mix Differences Podcast
23 - Highway 61 Revisited by Bob Dylan

Mixology: The Mono/Stereo Mix Differences Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 23:51


Hello Friends, today we're taking it back to 1965 with the second LP in Bob Dylan's iconic electric trilogy, the incomparable 'Highway 61 Revisited'. Release in both Mono & Stereo mixes in 1965, the album has never been subject to a remix, and as such, these are the mixes we still reference today. So, with every track being longer in stereo, is this an easy decision to make? Let's hop in a car down Highway 61 to Desolation Row and find out! Happy Listening,  Frederick  Support the podcast on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/backtomono Email the show at: backtomonoradio@gmail.com Listen to companion podcast Back to Mono here: backtomono.podbean.com Join the Facebook Community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/backtomono

Star Trek Podcasts: Trek.fm Complete Master Feed
The 602 Club : Snyder Cuts 1: Music Videos

Star Trek Podcasts: Trek.fm Complete Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2021 41:57


Music Videos. Very few filmmakers have been as talked about online in the last ten years and fewer have engendered the visceral reaction that Zack Snyder has. Join Matthew Rushing and John Mills as The 602 Club proudly presents Snyder Cuts, a journey through the directorial works of Zack Snyder. In this first episode we begin as he did, with his work on music videos. Chapters The Genesis of the Show (00:03:19) Love is a Crime (00:16:29) You're So Close (00:21:18) Tomorrow (00:22:33) Somebody to Shove (00:27:03) World of Swirl (00:29:03) Leave Virginia Alone (00:30:39) Desolation Row (00:32:19) Hanukkah, O Hanukkah (00:37:21) Hosts Matthew Rushing and John Mills Production Matthew Rushing (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) John Mills (Producer) Social Twitter: @The602Club Instagram: @the602clubtfm

The 602 Club: A Geekery Speakeasy
Snyder Cuts 1: Music Videos

The 602 Club: A Geekery Speakeasy

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2021 41:57


Music Videos. Very few filmmakers have been as talked about online in the last ten years and fewer have engendered the visceral reaction that Zack Snyder has. Join Matthew Rushing and John Mills as The 602 Club proudly presents Snyder Cuts, a journey through the directorial works of Zack Snyder. In this first episode we begin as he did, with his work on music videos. Chapters The Genesis of the Show (00:03:19) Love is a Crime (00:16:29) You're So Close (00:21:18) Tomorrow (00:22:33) Somebody to Shove (00:27:03) World of Swirl (00:29:03) Leave Virginia Alone (00:30:39) Desolation Row (00:32:19) Hanukkah, O Hanukkah (00:37:21) Hosts Matthew Rushing and John Mills Production Matthew Rushing (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) John Mills (Producer) Social Twitter: @The602Club Instagram: @the602clubtfm

History Against the Grain
Desolation Row

History Against the Grain

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2021 86:01


On a day when the U.S. capitol plays host to an armed standoff with insurrectionists relentlessly egged on by the criminal-in-chief, it pays to remember that the whole world is watching. When modern liberal capitalist systems fracture, all pretense and condescension goes out the window. And the reality of force and violence that has so long been visited upon the disenfranchised peoples of the world, now ignores borders and turns its ugly face toward inward, like the Frankenstein's monster whose creators could no longer control the forces they unleashed. Join the Josh and Chris for a discussion of how coup d'etat done is done up American style.

My Backstage Pass
Harmonica Legend Charlie McCoy

My Backstage Pass

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2020 54:38


A conversation with iconic harmonica player Charlie McCoy! Charlie has played on dozens of hit records, including Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash. George Jones, Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton, Perry Como, Joan Baez, Steve Miller Band, Kris Kristofferson, Paul Simon, Barefoot Jerry, on Ringo Starr's 'Beaucoups of Blues', and many more! At the height of his activity, McCoy played on over 400 recording sessions per year. He played guitar on Dylan's "Desolation Row", from the album Highway 61 Revisited; and "Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands", from the album Blonde on Blonde; bass guitar (on all the tracks from Bob Dylan's John Wesley Harding); keyboards, and drums plus several wind and brass instruments. For 19 years McCoy worked as music director for the popular television show Hee Haw and was a member of the Million Dollar Band, a group of all-star session musicians who performed on the show. The solo work of this Country Music Hall Of Fame member is contained on more than three dozen albums that Charlie has released over the past four decades.In 2009, McCoy was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame along with Roy Clark and Barbara Mandrell. He is also a member of the International Musicians' Hall of Fame and the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame. Charlie has performed all over America, Japan twenty times and in over two hundred cities and towns in Europe. Please check out Charlie online at https://www.charliemccoy.com where you can purchase his book, CDs, and other merch!

St Columba's Free Church
Desolation Row

St Columba's Free Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2020 33:36


Desolation Row Series: Moving Through Matthew Preacher: Derek Lamont Sunday Morning Date: 11th October 2020 Time: 11:00

Hard Rain & Slow Trains: Bob Dylan & Fellow Travelers
8/27/2020: The Caboose of the Train: Murder Most Foul and the Art of the Closer

Hard Rain & Slow Trains: Bob Dylan & Fellow Travelers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2020 65:56


In episode 77 we close out our song-by-song consideration of ROUGH & ROWDY WAYS by featuring "Murder Most Foul" and other closers for Bob Dylan albums; they tend to be long, so we do not have time to play but a few of them, though. This week on "Who Did It Better?" we ask you to choose between Bob Dylan's and the Grateful Dead's versions of "Desolation Row," the closing song to Dylan's 1965 HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED. Go to our Twitter page @RainTrains and vote for who did it better! Check out our other episodes featuring songs from ROUGH AND ROWDY WAYS from 4/2/2020 up through this week: throughout 14 episodes, we explore the new Dylan album. Our 7/2/2020 episode ("I Contain...Openers!") compliments this episode by exploring songs that open Dylan albums.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan: Rufus Jones

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2020 44:16


Actor Rufus Jones (writer and co-star of Channel 4’s Home) has hardly answered the BobPhone before he confesses that, despite his Cambridge English degree, “Dylan still scares the hell out of me”. But he’s relieved that “Bob’s entering a 'jolly grandpa' phase. He seems less concerned with preserving the myth”. Rufus references Beyoncé, the Eagles (“the story of the Eagles is better than the sound of the Eagles”), T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Hieronymus Bosch and Christopher Ricks before moving on, via Desolation Row, to the enigma that is Murder Most Foul (“it reads like bad poetry but sings like good poetry”). In an episode recorded before the release of Rough And Rowdy Ways, theories are promulgated, lines dissected and numerology explored. Murder Most Foul is “a confounding song. He takes a piece of real life and spins it into something abstract and horrific.” Join us for a dark but enlightening day in Dallas. Rufus Jones began his career as part of the sketch comedy group Dutch Elm Conservatoire. In the West End, he appeared in the hit comedy Dead Funny. His acclaimed TV series Home was nominated for a BAFTA. Other television work includes three series as David Wilkes in W1A, Four Lives, Flack, Loaded, Stag, Fresh Meat, Trying Again, The Casual Vacancy, Bob Servant, Hunderby and Holy Flying Circus (as Terry Jones). His films include Stan And Ollie, The Foreigner, Paddington and Silent Night (due for a Christmas 2020 release). Twitter Trailer Spotify playlist Listeners: please subscribe and/or leave a review and a rating. Twitter @isitrollingpod Recorded 15th June 2020 This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan: Rufus Jones

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2020 43:31


Actor Rufus Jones (writer and co-star of Channel 4's Home) has hardly answered the BobPhone before he confesses that, despite his Cambridge English degree, “Dylan still scares the hell out of me”. But he's relieved that “Bob's entering a 'jolly grandpa' phase. He seems less concerned with preserving the myth”.Rufus references Beyoncé, the Eagles (“the story of the Eagles is better than the sound of the Eagles”), T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Hieronymus Bosch and Christopher Ricks before moving on, via Desolation Row, to the enigma that is Murder Most Foul (“it reads like bad poetry but sings like good poetry”).In an episode recorded before the release of Rough And Rowdy Ways, theories are promulgated, lines dissected and numerology explored. Murder Most Foul is “a confounding song. He takes a piece of real life and spins it into something abstract and horrific.” Join us for a dark but enlightening day in Dallas.Rufus Jones began his career as part of the sketch comedy group Dutch Elm Conservatoire. In the West End, he appeared in the hit comedy Dead Funny. His acclaimed TV series Home was nominated for a BAFTA. Other television work includes three series as David Wilkes in W1A, Four Lives, Flack, Loaded, Stag, Fresh Meat, Trying Again, The Casual Vacancy, Bob Servant, Hunderby and Holy Flying Circus (as Terry Jones). His films include Stan And Ollie, The Foreigner, Paddington and Silent Night (due for a Christmas 2020 release).TwitterTrailerSpotify playlistListeners: please subscribe and/or leave a review and a rating.Twitter @isitrollingpodRecorded 15th June 2020This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan

Actor Rufus Jones (writer and co-star of Channel 4's Home) has hardly answered the BobPhone before he confesses that, despite his Cambridge English degree, “Dylan still scares the hell out of me”. But he's relieved that “Bob's entering a 'jolly grandpa' phase. He seems less concerned with preserving the myth”.Rufus references Beyoncé, the Eagles (“the story of the Eagles is better than the sound of the Eagles”), T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Hieronymus Bosch and Christopher Ricks before moving on, via Desolation Row, to the enigma that is Murder Most Foul (“it reads like bad poetry but sings like good poetry”).In an episode recorded before the release of Rough And Rowdy Ways, theories are promulgated, lines dissected and numerology explored. Murder Most Foul is “a confounding song. He takes a piece of real life and spins it into something abstract and horrific.” Join us for a dark but enlightening day in Dallas.Rufus Jones began his career as part of the sketch comedy group Dutch Elm Conservatoire. In the West End, he appeared in the hit comedy Dead Funny. His acclaimed TV series Home was nominated for a BAFTA. Other television work includes three series as David Wilkes in W1A, Four Lives, Flack, Loaded, Stag, Fresh Meat, Trying Again, The Casual Vacancy, Bob Servant, Hunderby and Holy Flying Circus (as Terry Jones). His films include Stan And Ollie, The Foreigner, Paddington and Silent Night (due for a Christmas 2020 release).TwitterTrailerEpisode playlist on AppleEpisode playlist on SpotifyListeners: please subscribe and/or leave a review and a rating.Twitter @isitrollingpodRecorded 15th June 2020This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan

Actor Rufus Jones (writer and co-star of Channel 4’s Home) has hardly answered the BobPhone before he confesses that, despite his Cambridge English degree, “Dylan still scares the hell out of me”. But he’s relieved that “Bob’s entering a 'jolly grandpa' phase. He seems less concerned with preserving the myth”. Rufus references Beyoncé, the Eagles (“the story of the Eagles is better than the sound of the Eagles”), T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Hieronymus Bosch and Christopher Ricks before moving on, via Desolation Row, to the enigma that is Murder Most Foul (“it reads like bad poetry but sings like good poetry”). In an episode recorded before the release of Rough And Rowdy Ways, theories are promulgated, lines dissected and numerology explored. Murder Most Foul is “a confounding song. He takes a piece of real life and spins it into something abstract and horrific.” Join us for a dark but enlightening day in Dallas. Rufus Jones began his career as part of the sketch comedy group Dutch Elm Conservatoire. In the West End, he appeared in the hit comedy Dead Funny. His acclaimed TV series Home was nominated for a BAFTA. Other television work includes three series as David Wilkes in W1A, Four Lives, Flack, Loaded, Stag, Fresh Meat, Trying Again, The Casual Vacancy, Bob Servant, Hunderby and Holy Flying Circus (as Terry Jones). His films include Stan And Ollie, The Foreigner, Paddington and Silent Night (due for a Christmas 2020 release). Twitter Trailer Spotify playlist Listeners: please subscribe and/or leave a review and a rating. Twitter @isitrollingpod Recorded 15th June 2020 This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

The Slaw: Staying On Top of Pittsburgh
23 - Kristofer Collins on Pittsburgh authors you should read right now // Operation Face Mask Pittsburgh sews up a solution // Revival Print Co. sells T-shirts to support small businesses

The Slaw: Staying On Top of Pittsburgh

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2020 22:29


Kristofer Collins is a poet, a small press publisher, former bookseller, owner of the record shop Desolation Row and he writes a monthly book review column for Pittsburgh Magazine. Kris knows local books, and in this episode, he gives us some recommendations. It's National Poetry Month, and while in-person readings are canceled, there's tons of opportunity to find your new favorites online from your living room. We are highlighting a couple of small business “helpers." Operation Face Mask Pittsburgh is sewing face masks for those most in need. Plus, buy a T-shirt from Revival Print Co. and support some of your favorite local businesses.

Hard Rain & Slow Trains: Bob Dylan & Fellow Travelers
1/30/20: #50-42 of Top 50 Greatest Dylan Songs

Hard Rain & Slow Trains: Bob Dylan & Fellow Travelers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2020 59:37


We are celebrating both the imminent 50th episode of Hard Rain & Slow Trains and also our one-year anniversary on the air by counting down our list of Bob Dylan's 50 greatest songs. Join us for this episode wherein we play songs #50 through #42.

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 1/31/20

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2020 65:30


As we close out the month of January, I decided to feature the first show the band performed back in 1989. This one comes from the Henry J Kaiser Convention Center in Oakland California on February 5, 1989.  While there was alot of anxiety among the faithful that this might be the last time the band would be allowed to play in the relatively intimate confines of the Kaiser, the band came out this night determined to put on a show. They feature a number of relative 'new' tunes, including the first time the Brent song 'We Can Run' was played. The 'Touch of Grey' opener was a great start, then a energetic 'Stranger' into a smart 'Franklin's Tower'. I even think the 'Rooster' here is quite good with Jerry adding some really nice sounds.    We'll hear the second set next week, including another 'first time' played..      Grateful Dead Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center Oakland, CA 2/5/89 - Sunday One     Touch Of Grey Feel Like A Stranger > Franklin's Tower ; Little Red Rooster ; Althea ; We Can Run* ; Desolation Row ; Don't Ease Me In    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod013120.mp3   "Winter gray and falling rain, we'll see summer come again, Darkness falls and seasons change (gonna happen every time). Same old friends the wind and rain, Summers fade and roses die, You'll see summer come again, Like a song that's born to soar the sky."      

Pod Dylan
Pod Dylan #113 - Desolation Row

Pod Dylan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2020 81:27


POD DYLAN Episode 113 - Desolation Row Rob welcomes fellow Bobcat Scott Pearson to discuss one of Bob Dylan's great masterpieces, "Desolation Row", the closing track to 1965's HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED. Have a question or comment? E-MAIL: firewaterpodcast@comcast.net Follow POD DYLAN on Twitter: @Pod_Dylan Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/pod-dylan/id1095013228 Complete list of all songs covered so far: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com/podcast/pod-dylan-the-songs Buy this song on Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/album/highway-61-revisited/201281514 This podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK: Visit the Fire & Water WEBSITE: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com Follow Fire & Water on TWITTER – https://twitter.com/FWPodcasts Like our Fire & Water FACEBOOK page – https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Support The Fire & Water Podcast Network on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fwpodcasts Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcasts Thanks for listening!

Dead Show of the Month
DSOTM # 155 - 8/16/91

Dead Show of the Month

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2019 197:46


This month the podcast takes us to the Late Summer 1991 Run that had the band playing 6 shows in 7 nights... and they only repeated one song!   Amazing.   This is the 4th show of that run, and they are obviously trying hard not to repeat anything and came up with some interesting twists.   For half-time, "Bob" brought us in some Bob & Rob from 1991.   Good stuff.   Hope you guys are enjoyin the ride! GRATEFUL DEAD   August 16, 1991   Shoreline Amphitheater  Mountain View, CA   SET 1:  Jack Straw > Bertha, All Over Now, Ramble On Rose, Desolation Row, Dark Star > Promised Land   HALF-TIME:   Weir/Wasserman  (12/21/91  San Rafael, CA)   SET 2:   Scarlet Begonias > Victim Or The Crime > Fire On The Mountain, Truckin > Drums > Space > Playin' in the Band (Reprise) > Standing on the Moon > Good Lovin   ENCORE:   US Blues SOURCE:   Soundboard / Analog Master

Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan

Actor Michael Feast has a deep personal history with Dylan. He won a role in the landmark 1968 London production of Hair by singing Outlaw Blues and Highway 61 Revisited. His drama school years were dramatised by Camden Town flatmate Bruce Robinson in the cult film Withnail & I. “It looked pretty much like it did in the movie. Biba bags hanging over lights and all that sort of caper”. His Brighton Mod scooter and soul thing was shattered the first time he saw the cover and heard the contents of The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan. “Whatever else I was into, like Elvis, Dylan always had a place within and yet beyond that. It always fitted in and yet it never did.” Desolation Row is dissected and applauded: “The words and images hit me straight away. I see it as a dusty street in Mexico”. The Beatles, The Band, The Rolling Stones, Gram Parsons, Muddy Waters and Robert Johnson are all name-checked by our self-confessed “musicologist geek” in this classic episode. Michael Feast is a stage and screen actor: a veteran of the Royal Exchange, The Old Vic, the National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company. He worked several times with Sir John Gielgud, whom he later portrayed in the West End. Feast’s many television appearances include State of Play, Silent Witness, Vera and Game of Thrones. His film credits include roles in Franco Zeffirelli’s Brother Sun, Sister Moon as well as The Draughtsman’s Contract and Velvet Goldmine. Trailer Spotify playlist Listeners: please subscribe and/or leave a review and a rating. Twitter @istrollingpod Recorded 11th February 2019 

Bob Dylan: Album By Album
9: 'Highway 61 Revisited Part 5'

Bob Dylan: Album By Album

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2019 22:49


Our final look at this classic in our final episode of this season, thanks for listening! Desolation Row illustration: https://www.bobdylanpodcast.com/single-post/2018/09/04/Desolation-Row---Live-Blog Support the podcast, buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/benburrell Or Paypal me: https://paypal.me/benburrellpodcasts instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bobdylanpodcast/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/bobdylanpodcast // https://twitter.com/benburrell Disclaimer: I do not own any of the music used in this podcast. It is used for education and discussion purposes under fair use law.

The Current Rewind
Low: 25 Years In

The Current Rewind

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2019 48:50


Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker, married founding members of Low, have quietly shattered rock music norms throughout their quarter-century career. In this episode, we join them for an interview and a walking tour of their Northern Minnesota hometown. [Songs sampled: Low - "What Part Of Me"; Low - "No Comprende"; Low - "Words"; Low - "Starfire"; Low - "Fly"; Bob Dylan - "Desolation Row"]

Holsworthy mark Podcast Show..Number 1 in Devon England
Jim Curtis ...Decoding Dylan making sense of songs that changed modern culture .5

Holsworthy mark Podcast Show..Number 1 in Devon England

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2019 51:50


RELEASE Writer Jim Curtis Announces the Publication of Decoding Dylan. Making Sense of the Songs that Changed Modern Culture (ISBN 978-1-4766-7845-0), from McFarland Publishers, a book that offers a fundamentally new interpretation of the great songs from the sixties that made Bob Dylan a legend and revolutionized American popular music.   In place of the traditional image of Dylan the classic sixties rebel, Decoding Dylan draws on Dylan’s own revelations in his memoir Chronicles as well as numerous facts from the New York cultural scene to show that Dylan was a serious craftsman who worked hard at mastering songwriting. Not contend with the usual verse-and-chorus structure of rock songs, he continually experimented with stanza and rhyme forms.  Dylan’s early years in New York gave him cultural experiences that he could not have imagined while back in Minnesota. He discovered French Symbolist poets like Charles Baudelaire, whose challenging, disturbing poems made him impatient with the good-hearted but limited folk songs of people like Peter Seeger. When Suze Rotolo, Dylan’s first girlfriend in New York, took him to see Picasso’s paintings at the Museum of Modern Art, he was blown away—so much so that he says in Chronicles that he wanted to be like Picasso. Dylan has never said anything like that about any other artist. It was artists like Baudelaire and Picasso that Dylan had in mind when he called his epoch-making 1965 album Bringing It All Back Home.  As many American artists before him had done, Dylan undertook the task of assimilating European high culture and translating it into a distinctly American idiom. Many people have called Dylan a mystical poet, and with good reason. His great songs “Mr. Tambourine Man”; “Desolation Row”; and “Visions of Johanna” form a trilogy that begins on a “windy beach” and ends with the explosion of consciousness. Author Jim Curtis is a bridge-builder. He builds bridges between regions and cultures, just as Dylan does. He grew up in Tupelo, Mississippi, and saw his hometown hero Elvis perform live there. Seeing Elvis gave him a life-long commitment to rock and roll, so he wrote a book Rock Eras. Interpretations of Music and Society, 1954-1984. But rock and roll and popular culture are only part of who he is. He also has a PhD in Russian, and has written a lot about Russian literature. He can’t think of any reason not to enjoy both Leo Tolstoy and Elvis Presley, and he wants to persuade other people that they can enjoy both of them too! Curtis says, “You’ll never think about Dylan in the same way after you read this book!”

My Chemical Fancast
Episode 18: Ambrosia

My Chemical Fancast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2019 53:14


Between this world and the next, there lies the void, the twilight zone, the in between. In this episode we delve into what My Chemical Romance got up to between The Black Parade and Danger Days. Tune in to hear us cover Gerard's pirate pants in "Desolation Row," the wrong turn into Conventional Weapons, and an oddly prophetic music video. It's Avril Lavigne's world, and we're just living in it on this episode of My Chemical Fancast. CW: Alcoholism

Ondas da Ciência
Ondas da Ciência 192 - A poesia de Dylan e Drummond

Ondas da Ciência

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2018 9:21


O pesquisador Fernando Baião Viotti defendeu esse ano tese de autor da tese 'Um mundo feito de ferro: a lírica de Drummond e Bob Dylan', na Faculdade de Letras da UFMG. Ele traça um comparativo entre os dois escritores e procura iluminar a obra de um a partir do trabalho do outro. Confira, no Ondas da Ciência! Nesse programa, você ouve os poemas No meio do caminho e Viagem na Família, de Carlos Drummond de Andrade. E as músicas Visions Of Johanna, Desolation Row e Like a Rolling Stone, de Bob Dylan, e E agora José, poema de Drummond musicado por Paulo Diniz.

The Curiosity Hour Podcast
Episode 67 - Jeffrey Foucault (The Curiosity Hour Podcast by Tommy Estlund and Dan Sterenchuk)

The Curiosity Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2018 57:58


Episode 67 - Jeffrey Foucault Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Jeffrey Foucault. Jeffrey launched his new album, BLOOD BROTHERS, the much anticipated follow-up to his critically acclaimed 2015 album Salt As Wolves (“Immaculately tailored… Close to perfection” – The New York Times; “Pure Songwriter, simple and powerful” – Morning Edition, NPR) is a collection of reveries, interlacing memory with the present tense to examine the indelible connections of love across time and distance. The poet Wallace Stevens wrote that technique is the proof of seriousness, and from the first suspended chord of “Dishes” – a waltzing hymn to the quotidian details of life, which are life itself (‘Do the dishes / With the windows open') – Foucault deftly cuts the template for the album as a whole, showing a mastery of technique as he unwinds a deeply patient collection of songs at the borderlands of memory and desire. In two decades on the road Jeffrey Foucault has become one of the most distinctive voices in American music, refining a sound instantly recognizable for its simplicity and emotional power, a decidedly Midwestern amalgam of blues, country, rock 'n' roll, and folk. He's built a brick-and-mortar international touring career on multiple studio albums, countless miles, and general critical acclaim, being lauded for “Stark, literate songs that are as wide open as the landscape of his native Midwest” (The New Yorker), and described as “Quietly brilliant” (The Irish Times), while catching the car of everyone from Van Dyke Parks to Greil Marcus, to Den Henley, who regularly covers Foucault in his live set. BLOOD BROTHERS is the sixth collection of original songs in a career remarkable for an unrelenting dedication to craft, and independence from trend. Jeffrey Foucault was 17 when he learned to play all the songs on John Prine's eponymous debut of his father's mail-order guitar, spending long evenings in his bedroom spinning piles of old records on a hand-me-down turntable, lifting the needle to transcribe every line of ‘Desolation Row'. At 19 he stole a copy of Townes Van Zandt: Live and Obscure from a friend, and a few years later, having quit school to work as a farm-hand and carpenter Foucault began writing the songs that became his first album (2001's Miles From the Lighting). Since then he's been everything from solo country-blues troubadour to front man for a six-piece rock ‘n' roll band, along the way compiling a discography notable for its visceral power and complex poetics. Yet it wasn't until he paired with drummer Billy Conway (Morphine) that the final piece fell into place and Foucault found the Luther Perkins to his Johnny Cash, the truly sympathetic collaborator to frame and fire his terse brand of Americana. See more about his bio, discography, and information about where to buy his music at his website: https://jeffreyfoucault.com/discography/ Note: guests create their own bio description for each episode. The Curiosity Hour Podcast is hosted and produced by Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund. Please visit our website for more information: thecuriosityhourpodcast.com Please visit this page for information where you can listen to our podcast: thecuriosityhourpodcast.com/listen/ If you would like to share your story or have a suggested guest, please complete the "Contact us" form: thecuriosityhourpodcast.com/contact-us/ Disclaimers: The Curiosity Hour Podcast may contain content not suitable for all audiences. Listener discretion advised. The views and opinions expressed by the guests on this podcast are solely those of the guest(s). These views and opinions do not necessarily represent those of The Curiosity Hour Podcast. This podcast may contain explicit language.

Sign on the Window
050 - Highway 61 Revisited

Sign on the Window

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2018 90:30


Sign on the Window is your Bob Dylan podcast! This episode features the one you've all been waiting for - 1965's Highway 61 Revisited! Because we know you may have some favorites, we've time-coded the songs below. After a special announcement, initial thoughts (5:00), context (6:00), Highway 61 (8:00), accolades (9:00), and an overview of 1965 in music (16:00), we get to the songs. "Like a Rolling Stone" (25:00) "Tombstone Blues" (30:30) "It Takes A Lot to Laugh" (34:30) "From a Buick 6" (40:00) "Ballad of a Thin Man" (43:15) We take a break there for the Harmonica Award Nominees (47:00) "Queen Jane Approximately" (49:30) "Highway 61 Revisited" (55:00) "Just Like the Tom Thumb Blues" (1:01:00) "Desolation Row" (1:06:00) And close with the final ceremonies for the Harmonica Awards (1:16:00) As always, full show notes at our website. You can also follow along with our weekly real-time Spotify playlist – See That My Playlist is Kept Clean – and join the conversation on Twitter, message us on Facebook, and like on Instagram. And if you're loving us, consider our Patreon. For as little as one dollar you get early access to every episode we do as soon as they're edited (and a dedicated feed just for you) and exclusive content that'll only ever be on Patreon. Thanks! In two weeks: I've got a date with the fairy queen

Talkin' Dylan with Andy and Renee

The 18th installment of Talkin’ Bob Dylan, is entitled,“'May I see your references?' Part II: Desolation Row". in the last episode we made the observation that Bob Dylan likes to refer in his songs to previously established characters, literary, historical and mythological. This week we dive into hismost extreme example and posit that the song is an apocalyptic, epic poem in which Desolation Row is perhaps an enlightened state of mind rather than a geographical place.

Comics on Consoles
Issue #9: Watchmen: The End is Nigh (2009)

Comics on Consoles

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2017 94:56


Comics on Consoles returns for its first new issue of 2017! In this issue, we inch the doomsday clock ever closer to midnight by profiling 2009's WATCHMEN: THE END IS NIGH. As the sole dedicated console game ever created out of the legendary limited series by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons, THE END IS NIGH aims to tell a story worthy of the characters and setting...even though the game itself may not be a great fit for such a legendary, engaging and subversive work. Listen as host CHRIS CLOW tells the story of what led to the creation of this WATCHMEN gaming experience, and stick around for the discussion portion for an in-depth chat with this issue's special co-host PETER APERLO: an author and screenwriter who was charged, along with the WATCHMEN film director ZACK SNYDER, with creating much of what appears in the final game. So, download the show, crack open a can of your favorite beans, and listen to the latest issue of COMICS ON CONSOLES! Theme music by BenSound.com. "Desolation Row" written by Bob Dylan and performed by My Chemical Romance from Watchmen: Music from the Motion Picture.

Dead Fantasy - Unofficial Grateful Dead Fantasy Podcast

Episode 049 - November 2016 Set 1Man Of Peace[1] (1987-07-04)Dead Man, Dead Man[1] (1987-06-01)Tomorrow Is a Long Time[1] (1987-06-01)Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms[1] (1987-06-01)John Hardy[1] (1987-06-01)Tangled Up in Blue (1987-06-01)I Want You[1] (1987-06-01)The Ballad of Ira Hayes[1] (1987-06-01)It Takes A Lot To Laugh, A Train To Cry[1] (1982)Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (1993-06-11)When I Paint My Masterpiece (1993-06-11)Señor (Tales of Yankee Power)[1] (1994-04-25)Desolation Row (1986-05-10)Simple Twist Of Fate (1977-12-04)Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again[1] (1988-10-16)Forever Young (1988-11-26)The Wicked Messenger[1] (1987-07-12)Heart of Mine[1] (1987-07-19)Shelter from the Storm[1] (1987-07-26)He Was a Friend of Mine-> China Cat Sunflower-> The Eleven-> Death Don't Have No Mercy (1969-05-24)It's All Over Now, Baby Blue[1] (1974-02-24)[1] Dead Fantasy Debut

The Next Track
♫ Episode #22 – In Praise of the iPod Classic

The Next Track

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2016 30:41


Doug and Kirk wax nostalgic about the iPod classic, and other one trick pony music players. And Bob Dylan. Sponsor: Doug’s AppleScripts for iTunes. Make sure your iTunes management tools are updated for latest version of iTunes and for macOS Sierra at Doug’s AppleScripts for iTunes. Reader email: A question about earbuds and low frequencies; see the reply to a question on last week’s episode page. News: Bob Dylan wins the Nobel Prize in literature! Check out these Dylan albums to appreciate his poetry: Highway 61 Revisited, particularly Desolation Row. Blonde on Blonde, for Visions of Johanna. John Wesley Harding, a great underrated album, for All Along the Watchtower. And more: No Direction Home, documentary about Dylan’s early years. Bob Dylan, The 1966 Live Recordings Show notes: Elegy for the iPod Apple Composite AV Cable Mactracker iTrip Our next tracks: Note that Kirk recorded his next track selection before the news of Dylan winning the Nobel Prize broke. Kirk: Bob Dylan: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 9: The Witmark Demos: 1962-1964 Doug: Ron Wood: I’ve Got My Own Album To Do If you like the show, please subscribe in iTunes or your favorite podcast app, and please rate the podcast.

Dead Fantasy - Unofficial Grateful Dead Fantasy Podcast

Episode 014 - July 2015 Set 1U.S. Blues-> Promised LandWe Can RunLibertyCalifornia EarthquakeFrom The Heart Of MeDesolation RowLazy River RoadOn The Road AgainBorn Cross-EyedEarly Morning RainBlack Throated WindLoserMe and My UncleYou Win AgainThrowing StonesWang Dang DoodleIf The Shoe FitsThe Music Never Stopped

Dead Fantasy - Unofficial Grateful Dead Fantasy Podcast

Episode 021 - October 2015 Set 1Wake Up Little Susie 1970-02-14Don't Ease Me In 1970-03-24I'm A King Bee 1969-02-28When I Paint My Masterpiece 1991-06-17Desolation Row 1988-02-17I Second That Emotion 1971-04-29Stir It Up Jam 1991-03-21The Mighty Quinn 1985-12-30Werewolves of London 1978-07-08Baba O'Riley-> Tomorrow Never Knows 1992-05-31Knockin' On Heaven's Door 1990-10-28Dear Mr. Fantasy-> Hey Jude Reprise 1988-03-17Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds 1995-03-17All Along The Watchtower 1989-06-19The Weight 1990-04-02Man Smart (Woman Smarter) 1990-03-16Iko Iko 1990-12-12Not Fade Away-> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad-> Not Fade Away 1971-11-15As always, all date information for all tracks used in all episodes can be found on the setlists page on the site -> http://deadfantasypodcast.blogspot.com/p/setlists.html

Kulturreportaget – arkiv
Åter till Highway 61, igen

Kulturreportaget – arkiv

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2015 44:22


Om Bob Dylans Highway 61 Revisited och de minnen musiken väcker. Det har gått 50 år sedan Bob Dylans första LP med i huvudsak elektriskt komp - Highway 61 Revisited - hamnade i skivaffärernas skyltfönster. Med låtar som Like a Rolling Stone, Ballad of a Thin Man och Desolation Row.   Skivan låg som högst 3:a på Billboards topp100-lista och tidningen Rolling Stone hade den som nummer 4 på sin lista över tidernas viktigaste album.  Följ med till en tid när man kunde muta en telefoninstallatör med en chokladkartong och få veta allt om Dylan på köpet. Hör om  en vansinnesfärd i en Volvo Duett och hur gick det egentligen med planerna på att röva bort Bob Dylan när han besökte Stockholm 1966? Ett program av Anton Karis.

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 8/15/14

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2014 74:42


"Summer flies and August dies the world grows dark and mean"   I had a request for something from Alpine Valley, and it seemed to me that this show fit best right now, this is the last show that the band ever played at that storied venue, July 19th, 1989. Surely not the best show of the year, or even of that monstrous Summer Tour, but a show that displayed the band as it was at the end of an era of sorts. A very good show in which we see the band playing as a pretty well oiled machine.. The set starts with the always fun Hell In A Bucket, but that goes nicely into a fine Sugaree, where Jerry has a particularly  refreshing jam. The Mama Tried ->Mexicalli Blues are well played with much energy, but Althea is of course a highlight of the set at least for Jerry's vocals. I was never a huge fan of hearing the Victim or the Crime, but it certainly has its place in the band's repertoire at this point in their career. West L.A. Fadeaway follows, then a very good Desolation Row where Weir does I think a very nice job despite turning around the order of the verses. The Deal that follows is as usual during '89, very nicely jammed out.    Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy WI (7/19/89) Hell in a Bucket Sugaree Mama Tried Mexicali Blues Althea Victim or the Crime West L.A. Fadeaway Desolation Row Deal   You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod081514.mp3   Thank you so much for your support of the Deadpod.     Heartfelt best wishes go out to Bobby Weir, feel better soon Ace..     and of course to the family of Robin Williams..

Movie Meltdown
235: Focus on Flyover

Movie Meltdown

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2013 99:01


Movie Meltdown - Episode 235 This week, we're back for our annual coverage of Flyover Film Festival. It was a terrific line-up of films this year, and we continue our on-going interview series on directors as we sit down with three amazing independent filmmakers.   First we talk to David Lowery, director of "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" starring Casey Affleck, Rooney Mara, Ben Foster and Keith Carradine. Next we talk with Jillian Schlesinger about her film "Maidentrip". Her documentary features years of footage chronicling 14 year-old Laura Dekker's journey as she attempts to become the youngest person to sail around the world. And we round out the episode talking with Calvin Lee Reeder, director of "The Rambler", a surreal odyssey starring Dermot Mulroney and Lindsay Pulsipher.   And as we address the specifics of loitering around film fests, we also mention... Star Wars, furniture building, Scarecrow Video, a children's guide to film making, acid westerns, Monica Vitti, better home sound systems, America's greatest living surrealist, looking at raw footage, Labyrinth, Wild and Woolly Video, The Shooting, Pioneer, Storytelling... in all forms, digging ditches and playing rock and roll, fighting to shoot on film, the Canary Islands, The Hired Hand,trusting your instincts, evolving as a filmmaker, shredded by rats, Woody Guthrie, editing is my strong suit, the universal growing-up process, psychotronic, Desolation Row, being a schizophrenic director, Cat's Eye, Guy Clark, Repo Man, the American troubadours of the West, Monte Hellman, I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse, I was trying to hatch a new plan, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Videodrone, The Hustler, there's a television show... a movie... and a band within the movie, pretty faces and big explosions, fighting a Government to pursuit her dream, St. Nick, the spirit of the project, being a skater kid, 'Z for Zachariah, Don't Look Now, using a camcorder, collaborating with someone,  1 2 3 4 5 6 hamster, Walker, live your life courageously, Townes Van Zandt, Ride in the Whirlwind, David Gordon Green, an unholy pile of trash in his front room, lighting with practicals, having a very specific time period and subject, being 6'8" tall, artistic integrity, what is the narrative that naturally exists, using older equipment, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Jerry Jeff Walker, being a forklift driver and Jerkbeast.   "You walk past all the trucks and all the crew members, and it really comes down to you and the cinematographer and the actors."

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 7/13/12

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2012 73:35


This week I decided to play a show that I have some fond memories of - July 6th, 1990 at Cardinal Stadium in Louisville KY. I have vivid memories of the trip to this show (following the blistering 4th of July show in Kansas) as well as walking through this group of fundamentalists on my way to the venue (they were all carrying brooms and Bibles to sweep out Satan I guess).. the weather was HOT and they cut off beer sales right when the boys went on stage.. but still a great night of music.. The first set has a wonderful Sugaree .. although really all of these 1st set songs are well played.. Its just a fine show from a great tour - the Summer of 1990. Grateful Dead  Date:  7/6/90 - Friday  Location:  Cardinal Stadium - Louisville, KY  Set One:Hell In A Bucket >  Sugaree ;  Easy To Love You ;  Peggy-O ;  Desolation Row ;  West L.A. Fadeaway ;  Picasso Moon ;  Ramble On Rose ;  The Music Never Stopped You can listen to this week's Deadpod http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod071312.mp3">here:http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod071312.mp3">http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod071312.mp3 My sincere thanks to those of you who are able to contribute to keep the Deadpod rolling!

Dread Media
Dread Media - Episode 243

Dread Media

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2012 73:33


This weekend Desmond attended Vancouver's first major comic convention: the Vancouver Fan Expo! Bright eyed and bushy-tailed this morning, he provides you with audio from three interviews. First up, he talks to comics legend Len Wein about his astounding career, stand-up comedy, and his upcoming series Before Watchmen: Ozymandias. Then, comic artist and filmmaker Kaare Andrews talks about graphic design, tight shooting locations, and The ABCs of Death. Finally, Jim and Kyle from nerd rock band Kirby Krackle talk about their songwriting process, gender-bending cosplay, and wrestling in mud and jello. The convention playlist is as follows: "All Along the Watchtower" by Jimi Hendrix, "Desolation Row" by My Chemical Romance, "Waydown" by Catherine Wheel, "Up, Up, Down, Down" and "Hunt 'Em All Down" by Kirby Krackle. Send feedback to: feedback@dreadmedia.net, or 206.203.1213. Follow @dreadmedia, @LenWein, @kaareandrews, and @kirbykrackle on Twitter!

Earth-2.net Presents...
Dread Media - Episode 243

Earth-2.net Presents...

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2012 73:33


This weekend Desmond attended Vancouver's first major comic convention: the Vancouver Fan Expo! Bright eyed and bushy-tailed this morning, he provides you with audio from three interviews. First up, he talks to comics legend Len Wein about his astounding career, stand-up comedy, and his upcoming series Before Watchmen: Ozymandias. Then, comic artist and filmmaker Kaare Andrews talks about graphic design, tight shooting locations, and The ABCs of Death. Finally, Jim and Kyle from nerd rock band Kirby Krackle talk about their songwriting process, gender-bending cosplay, and wrestling in mud and jello. The convention playlist is as follows: "All Along the Watchtower" by Jimi Hendrix, "Desolation Row" by My Chemical Romance, "Waydown" by Catherine Wheel, "Up, Up, Down, Down" and "Hunt 'Em All Down" by Kirby Krackle. Send feedback to: feedback@dreadmedia.net, or 206.203.1213. Follow @dreadmedia, @LenWein, @kaareandrews, and @kirbykrackle on Twitter!

Earth-2.net Presents...
Dread Media - Episode 243

Earth-2.net Presents...

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2012 73:33


This weekend Desmond attended Vancouver's first major comic convention: the Vancouver Fan Expo! Bright eyed and bushy-tailed this morning, he provides you with audio from three interviews. First up, he talks to comics legend Len Wein about his astounding career, stand-up comedy, and his upcoming series Before Watchmen: Ozymandias. Then, comic artist and filmmaker Kaare Andrews talks about graphic design, tight shooting locations, and The ABCs of Death. Finally, Jim and Kyle from nerd rock band Kirby Krackle talk about their songwriting process, gender-bending cosplay, and wrestling in mud and jello. The convention playlist is as follows: "All Along the Watchtower" by Jimi Hendrix, "Desolation Row" by My Chemical Romance, "Waydown" by Catherine Wheel, "Up, Up, Down, Down" and "Hunt 'Em All Down" by Kirby Krackle. Send feedback to: feedback@dreadmedia.net, or 206.203.1213. Follow @dreadmedia, @LenWein, @kaareandrews, and @kirbykrackle on Twitter!

Dread Media
Dread Media - Episode 243

Dread Media

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2012 73:33


This weekend Desmond attended Vancouver's first major comic convention: the Vancouver Fan Expo! Bright eyed and bushy-tailed this morning, he provides you with audio from three interviews. First up, he talks to comics legend Len Wein about his astounding career, stand-up comedy, and his upcoming series Before Watchmen: Ozymandias. Then, comic artist and filmmaker Kaare Andrews talks about graphic design, tight shooting locations, and The ABCs of Death. Finally, Jim and Kyle from nerd rock band Kirby Krackle talk about their songwriting process, gender-bending cosplay, and wrestling in mud and jello. The convention playlist is as follows: "All Along the Watchtower" by Jimi Hendrix, "Desolation Row" by My Chemical Romance, "Waydown" by Catherine Wheel, "Up, Up, Down, Down" and "Hunt 'Em All Down" by Kirby Krackle. Send feedback to: feedback@dreadmedia.net, or 206.203.1213. Follow @dreadmedia, @LenWein, @kaareandrews, and @kirbykrackle on Twitter!

St.Peter's Free Church Sermons
Delight of the Lord: Part 1 "Desolation Row"

St.Peter's Free Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2011 26:57


20/3/11 am sermon. Delight of the Lord: Part 1 "Desolation Row" sermon on Jeremiah 9: 1-22 by David Robertson

St.Peter's Free Church Sermons
Delight of the Lord: Part 1 "Desolation Row"

St.Peter's Free Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2011 26:57


20/3/11 am sermon. Delight of the Lord: Part 1 "Desolation Row" sermon on Jeremiah 9: 1-22 by David Robertson

The Deadpod
Dead show/podcast for 6/26/09

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2009 79:08


This week's show is a great way to welcome summer, and another listener request.. from one of my favorite tours - Summer of 1990..I think the band was firing on all cylinders for this one and hope you enjoy it as much as I do..Grateful Dead 6/15/90 Shoreline Ampitheater, Mountain View CAset 1:Help on the Way->Slipknot!->Franklin's Tower, New Minglewood Blues, Just A Little Light, Stagger Lee, Desolation Row, Ramble on Rose, Hell In a BucketNext week - set 2 and a great new CD..You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadshow/deadpod062609.mp3thanks for listening and for your support!!

Earth-2.net Presents...
Dread Media - Episode 80

Earth-2.net Presents...

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2009 69:44


Who watches the Watchmen? Desmond and Darryll do in this week's episode of Dread Media! But not before Desmond reluctantly celebrates Mean-Spirited March with Gutterballs, and then cleanses his palate with the awesome Norwegian slasher Cold Prey. Tunes include: "Take the Skinheads Bowling" by Manic Street Preachers, "Balls Out" by The Bloodhound Gang, "All My Friends Are Dead" by Turbonegro, "Desolation Row" by My Chemical Romance and "The Sound of Silence" by Simon & Garfunkel. Support the show by visiting our sponsors at www.fright-rags.com and www.horror-mall.com and use the DREAD10 coupon code at Fright Rags for 10% off your entire order and get in on the Tokyo Gore Police DVD giveaway contest. Send feedback to: feedback@dreadmedia.net, or 206.203.1213.