Monday, March 09, 2009

Music Monday!

21 comments:

Roy said...

Ah, the good old days, when Dylan was still a human being and not an icon. I still like his music, and I like the music he's still putting out, but I'll never go to one of his concerts again. He treats his audiences like dirt, and apparently considers public appearances to be contractual obligations that he needs to get over with as quickly as possible. I'll stick to listening to him on CD.

kmkat said...

Wow. So young. Can you identify any of the other people in the video? I recognized Donovan but none of the others.

Avid Reader said...

Really Very Nice... !! !!

Anonymous said...

Even a pawn must hold a grudge...
...she knows too much much to argue or to judge.


banker's nieces seek perfection...

Happy Monday and may it be a fine day, with some laughter.

dennis said...

Dennis likes the raven with a broken wing part. And the telephone ringing.

JGH said...

Cool! Which one is Donovan?

California Girl said...

Sent this to my husband who has loved Dylan always. This is such a great song; a love song. Thank you.

Merle Sneed said...

I missed my chance to see Dylan in person last year. I deeply regret it.

Anonymous said...

Dylan is wonderful in his NY concerts--I see him sometimes twice in one year if he comes thru the tri state area --after 9/11 I saw him in NYC --he told the audience how much he loved NYC --that the city meant a lot to him. he tells old stale jokes and gets ripped apart the next day in the online reviews though, He was very sweet up in Bethel, joking that he'd been at the original Woodstock Concert and how muddy it was- (got criticized for that joke too) -shy performers shouldn't have to apologize for being shy or silent or reclusive-- I like how he joked with Joan Osborne at one concert, though.

Squirrel in Nyack

tut-tut said...

Squirrel:

My eldest niece has been mistaken for Joan Osborne. Thanks for all your support.

ttb

Megan said...

Yay, Bob! Thanks for this one, tut. Have a great week!

angela said...

Now that takes me back..I used to love Dylan..now not so much..

Reya Mellicker said...

He's an icon, he's fixed permanently into our American historical record. Wow.

Auntie, aka cagny said...

GHOST ENCOUNTERS OF THE REAL KIND!!

You're invited to please join us in the fun and post a real ghost story this Friday the 13th. Then post the title at Auntie's site at http://intheyearofthedog.blogspot.com/ or Mrsupole's Place at www.mrsupole.com/ to link up with others. We should have a spooky good time. Lets see who can out spook who.

The ghosts are gonna love this and so will you.

Please share this with as many ghost loving fans as you can.

Thank you,
Auntie and Mrsupole

e said...

I hope you are well. Tut! Missed seeing you around!

Betty C. said...

Isn't this extract featured in "Don't Look Back" or "No Direction Home?"

It's funny, I didn't like Dylan that much when I was young(er) but now I can't live without him.

e said...

I have an award for you on my Blog!

Happy Friday 13th!

Patrice said...

Seeing this really took me back - 1969, art school, my first apartment, first time away from "home", first time in a city, first taste of freedom...

Amazing piece of video.. Great post!!!

e said...

Hey Tut-Tut,

There is an award for you on my blog!

Avid Reader said...

I love Bob--he's so sweet--saw him on the Tee vee and he's old now but still wonderful! xxx ooo

Avid Reader said...

raining like crazy now--hope June is pleasant and sunny enough!