October 05, 2004
There Must Be Some Way Out Of Here
"We just saw it from a different point of view..."
13 years ago
p0st t0ast13s! /link doesn't work, thread now useless, inane /. reference
I makee fixee.
How great is Bob Dylan? Think of all the great albums, all the great songs. Highway 61, Nashville Skyline, New Morning, the Basement Tapes, Blood on the Tracks, Desire, Infidels, Time Out of Mind -- to mention just a few. And all the awesome bootleg-and-B-side stuff that's been coming out over the past 15 or so years. And that voice, that indirect but evocative outsider's voice that is eerily illuminating of our culture. Check out
the excerpt of his new book published last week in Newsweek.
(My apologies if this link has already been posted.)
What I meant to say was, if you could could only have one Bob Dylan album, what would it be and why? (Me, it would be Desire, mainly because of the way it makes me travel through time to my early teenhood, when I didn't really like Dylan but was compelled to listen to his oracular voice, and ended up falling in love with the song "Isis" in a way that showed me how deep one's relationship with music could be.) Or else: What's your favorite Dylan song?
Only Us. The Great Escape.
Wanna buy some mandies, Bob?
This great information cost me half a week's pay.
. The guitar accompaniment is fantastic.
And our toilet blew up later on the next day-ay-ay ..oooh oooh .. blew up the next day...
ONE TWO THREE FOUR AAAAHHH...
I miss Phil.