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Newport 2002
Frankfurt 2002
Bad Reichenhall 2001
Australia 2002
Hammerstein Ballroom - August 12, 13 & 14, 2003
 
Sunday, September 5, 2004:

Details of Bob Dylan's Summer 2004 U.S. Tour with Willie Nelson
 
  Location Date Day Venue        
  Poughkeepsie, NY August 04, 2004 Wed The Chance website Set List Reviews  
  Cooperstown, NY August 06, 2004 Fri Doubleday Field website
website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  West Haven, CT August 07, 2004 Sat Yale Field website
website
article
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Brockton, MA August 08, 2004 Sun Campanelli Stadium website
website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Wappinger Falls, NY August 10, 2004 Tue Dutchess Stadium website
website
website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Altoona, PA August 11, 2004 Wed Blair County Ballpark website
website
website
website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Aberdeen, MD August 12, 2004 Thu Ripken Stadium website
website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Salisbury, MD August 14, 2004 Sat Arthur W Perdue Stadium CANCELLED  
  Richmond, VA August 15, 2004 Sun The Diamond website
website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Charleston, SC August 17, 2004 Tue Joseph P Riley JR Park website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Sevierville, TN August 18, 2004 Wed Smokies Stadium website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Jackson, TN August 20, 2004 Fri Pringles Park website
website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Lexington, KY August 21, 2004 Sat Applebee's Park website
website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  South Bend, IN August 22, 2004 Sun Coveleski Stadium website
website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Comstock Park, MI August 24, 2004 Tue Fifth-Third Ballpark website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Peoria, IL August 25, 2004 Wed O'Brien Field website
website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Madison, WI August 27, 2004 Fri Warner Park website
website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Des Moines, IA August 28, 2004 Sat Sec Taylor Stadium website
website
website
website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Sioux City, IA August 29, 2004 Sun Lewis & Clark Park CANCELLED  
  Rochester, MN August 29, 2004 Sun Mayo Field website Set List Reviews  
  Lincoln, NE August 31, 2004 Tue Haymarket Park website
website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Wichita, KS September 1, 2004 Wed Lawrence-Dumont Stadium website
website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Oklahoma City, OK September 3, 2004 Fri SBC Bricktown Ballpark website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
  Kansas City, KS September 4, 2004 Sat Community America Ballpark website
show opener*
Set List Reviews  
          * Hot Club of Cowtown  
   



Bob Dylan Summer 2004 Tour  
Monday, July 19, 2004:

Details of Bob Dylan's Summer 2004 Tour
 
  Location Date Day Venue        
  Gilford, New Hampshire June 04, 2004 Fri Meadowbrook www Set List Reviews  
  Uncasville, CT June 05, 2004 Sat Mohegan Sun Arena www Set List Reviews  
  Atlantic City, New Jersey June 06, 2004 Sun Borgata Event Center
Borgata Hotel
www Set List Reviews  
  Wilmington, Delaware June 08, 2004 Tue Kahuna Summer Stage www Set List Reviews  
  Salem, Virginia June 09, 2004 Tue Salem Civic Center www Set List Reviews  
  Manchester, Tennessee June 11, 2004 Fri Bonnaroo 2004 Music Festival www Set List Reviews  
  Cardiff, Wales June 18, 2004 Fri International Arena www Set List Reviews  
  London, England June 20, 2004 Sun Fleadh Festival
Finsbury Park
www Set List Reviews  
  Newcastle, England June 22, 2004 Tue Metro Radio Arena www Set List Reviews  
  Glasgow, Scotland June 23, 2004 Wed SECC www Set List Reviews  
  Belfast, N. Ireland June 26, 2004 Sat Stormont Castle www Set List Reviews  
  Galway, Ireland June 27, 2004 Sun Pearse Stadium   Set List Reviews  
  Bonn, Germany June 29, 2004 Tue Museumplatz www Set List Reviews  
  Worms, Germany June 30, 2004 Wed Platz der Partnerschaft www Set List Reviews  
  Padova, Italy July 02, 2004 Fri Villa Pisani www Set List Reviews  
  Como, Italy July 03, 2004 Sat Villa Erba www Set List Reviews  
  St. Etienne, France July 05, 2004 Mon Palais des Spectacles www Set List Reviews  
  Montauban, France July 06, 2004 Tue Montauban Festival de Jazz www Set List Reviews  
  Barcelona, Spain July 07, 2004 Wed Poble Espanyol www Set List Reviews  
  Benidorm, Spain July 09, 2004 Fri Plaza de Toros   Set List Reviews  
  Motril, Spain July 10, 2004 Sat Campo Municipal de Futbol   Set List Reviews  
  Cordoba, Spain July 11, 2004 Sun Polideportiva Municipal
El Fontanar
  Set List Reviews  
  Alcala de Henares(Madrid),
Spain
July 14, 2004 Wed Huerto del Palacio   Set List Reviews  
  Leon, Spain July 15, 2004 Thu Plaza de Toros   Set List Reviews  
  Santiago de Compostela,
Spain
July 17, 2004 Sat Monte de Gozo Festival   Set List Reviews  
  Vilar de Mouros, Portugal July 18, 2004 Sun Vilar de Mouros Festival   Set List Reviews  
   



 
Monday, June 21, 2004:

"THE BOB DYLAN SHOW" TO PLAY IN 22 MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PARKS ON
SUMMER TOUR WITH WILLIE NELSON AND THE HOT CLUB OF COWTOWN


Columbia Recording artist Bob Dylan will take "The Bob Dylan Show" on a 22-date concert
tour of U.S. Minor League baseball parks beginning August 6, in Cooperstown, New York,
the home of Baseball's Hall Of Fame. Joining Bob Dylan on the tour are Willie Nelson and
Family and The Hot Club Of Cowtown.

Tickets for "The Bob Dylan Show" go on sale this Saturday, June 26 for the first 13 dates
at all local ticket outlets and www.Ticketmaster.com. Tickets for the remaining dates will
go on sale Saturday, July 10, in the same manner. All tickets are general admission.
Kids under 12 will be admitted free with an adult ticket holder.

See bobdylan.com's Live and In Person! page at http://bobdylan.com/live/
for dates, venues and ticket information.


According to Jerry Mickelson of Jam Productions, the concert promotion company who
conceived of the idea for the tour and is presenting many of its shows, "Bob Dylan has
always brought his music to people wherever they are -- in big cities or in small towns,
in big arenas or in small clubs, and everywhere in between -- and this tour fits right in
with that approach. Having produced several of Bob Dylan's concerts in these types of
venues over the years, we found that the special atmosphere of a ballpark adds a unique
element to his already great shows. A complete tour of these ballparks will have fans
experiencing a great summer tour."

As Bob Dylan said, "What we aim to do with this tour is hit the ball out of the park,
touch all the bases and get home safely."

While Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson have performed at shows together over the years,
"The Bob Dylan Show" marks the first time the two hugely popular and acclaimed artists,
songwriters and performers will be touring together. The Hot Club Of Cowtown hails from
Austin, TX and performs its unique brand of Western-Swing influenced music throughout
the country and many parts of the world.

Willie Nelson
Cooperstown, NY8/6 FriDoubleday Field
West Haven, CT8/7 SatYale Field
Brockton, MA8/8 SunCampanelli Stadium
Wappinger Falls, NY8/10 TueDutchess Stadium
Altoona, PA8/11 WedBlair County Ballpark
Aberdeen, MD8/12 ThuRipken Stadium
Salisbury, MD8/14 SatArthur W Perdue Stadium
Richmond, VA8/15 SunThe Diamond
Charleston, SC8/17 TueJoseph P Riley JR Park
Sevierville, TN8/18 WedSmokies Stadium
Jackson, TN8/20 FriPringles Park
Lexington, KY8/21 SatApplebee's Park
South Bend, IN8/22 SunCoveleski Stadium
Comstock Park, MI8/24 TueFifth-Third Ballpark
Peoria, IL8/25 WedO'Brien Field
Madison, WI8/27 FriWarner Park
Des Moines, IA8/28 SatSec Taylor Stadium
Sioux City, IA8/29 SunLewis & Clark Park
Lincoln, NE8/31 TueHaymarket Park
Wichita, KS9/1 WedLawrence-Dumont Stadium
Oklahoma City, OK9/3 FriSBC Bricktown Ballpark
Kansas City, KS9/4 SatCommunity America Ballpark

Copyright © 2004, Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
 



World Peace Music Award  

Friday, June 11, 2004:
           
Vietnam to Host World Peace Music Awards This month Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Peter Paul & Mary and Country Joe & The Fish will receive the United Nations' World Peace Music Award. The ceremony will be held in Hanoi. ... The voice of Joan Baez is synonymous with the civil rights and anti-war movements of the 1960s. Her hit "We Shall Overcome" has become the anthem of protests everywhere. So it seems fitting that Joan Baez is among the six artists who will be honored at the World Peace Music Awards in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. Other recipients are Vietnam era stars Bob Dylan, Peter, Paul and Mary, Harry Belafonte, and Country Joe and the Fish. All of them made significant musical contributions to the anti-Vietnam war movement. The sixth musician being honored is a Vietnamese song writer, Trinh Cong Son, who's peace song Lullaby was a hit in Asia in 1969. Mr. Son died last year, but his sister, Trinh Vinh Trinh was at the United Nations in New York Tues- day when the award was announced. "[For those of you who have] chosen Vietnam as the venue for 2004, and for those of you who nominated my brother as one honoree for 2004 awards, I thank you from the bottom of my heart," he said. The World Peace Award concert will be held in the Vietnamese capital June 26. It will feature several big names from around the world, including Lionel Ritchie and Gloria Gaynor from the United States, as well the singing star Hakim from Egypt. At a news briefing Tuesday, Hakim performed together with the U.S. soul music legend James Brown. Producer Miles Copeland says the goal of the Hanoi concert will be to create musical combinations across national and cultural boundaries. "For instance, Hakim, from Egypt, singing in Arabic and James Brown from the United States singing in English," he said. "These sorts of combinations high- light the purpose of the World Peace Awards, to show that by people working together, we can bridge cultural and ethnic and political differences, and that's really what it's all about." Mr. Copeland says the World Peace Awards ceremony and concert will be televised live by satellite. The first concert, held last year on the Indonesian island of Bali, featured artists from more than 25 countries, and is believed to have been seen in almost every country in the world.




    Bob Dylan Live 1964
       
  The Bootleg Series Vol. 6: Bob Dylan LIVE 1964 - Concert At Philharmonic Hall

The Bootleg Series Vol. 6: Bob Dylan LIVE 1964 - Concert At Philharmonic Hall
 
   
Wednesday, June 09, 2004:

  "The Bootleg Series Vol. 6: Bob Dylan LIVE 1964 -
  Concert At Philharmonic Hall" has been released.


The recording captures a 23-year-old Dylan at a transitional moment in his career, two months after the release of Another Side of Bob Dylan, the last acoustic album he would record before heading into the studio weeks after the Philharmonic Hall concert to embark on the experiment that would result in the electrified rock heard on Bringing It All Back Home, several songs from which he previewed at this concert. Live 1964 will take its place as the only and earliest official release of an all-acoustic Bob Dylan concert.
 
   

    Disc 1
1. The Times They Are A-Changin' 2. Spanish Harlem Incident 3. Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues 4. To Ramona 5. Who Killed Davey Moore? 6. Gates of Eden 7. If You Gotta Go, Go Now (Or Else You Got To Stay All Night) 8. It's Alright Ma, (I'm Only Bleeding) 9. I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) 10. Mr. Tambourine Man 11. A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall

    Disc 2
1. Talkin' World War III Blues 2. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right 3. The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll 4. Mama, You Been On My Mind 5. Silver Dagger 6. With God On Our Side 7. It Ain't Me, Babe 8. All I Really Want to Do
 
   



Bob Dylan 2004 Tour of North America  
Thursday, April 15, 2004:   Set Lists  Winter/Spring 2004 North American Tour

Details of Bob Dylan's Winter/Spring 2004 North American Tour
 
  Location Date Day Venue        
  Tulsa, Oklahoma February 28, 2004 Sat Cain's Ballroom www Set List Reviews  
  St. Louis, Missouri March 01, 2004 Mon The Pageant www Set List Reviews  
  St. Louis, Missouri March 02, 2004 Tue The Pageant www Set List Reviews  
  St. Louis, Missouri March 03, 2004 Wed The Pageant www Set List Reviews  
  Chicago, Illinois March 05, 2004 Fri Aragon Ballroom www Set List Reviews  
  Chicago, Illinois March 06, 2004 Sat Riviera Theatre www Set List Reviews  
  Chicago, Illinois March 07, 2004 Sun Vic Theatre www Set List Reviews  
  Chicago, Illinois March 08, 2004 Sun Park West www Set List Reviews  
  St. Paul, Minnesota March 10, 2004 Wed Roy Wilkins Auditorium   Set List Reviews  
  Milwaukee, Wisconsin March 12, 2004 Fri Eagles Ballroom www Set List Reviews  
  Milwaukee, Wisconsin March 13, 2004 Sat Eagles Ballroom www Set List Reviews  
  Detroit, Michigan March 15, 2004 Mon State Theatre   Set List Reviews  
  Detroit, Michigan March 16, 2004 Tue State Theatre   Set List Reviews  
  Detroit, Michigan March 17, 2004 Wed State Theatre   Set List Reviews  
  Toronto, Ontario March 19, 2004 Fri Ricoh Coliseum www Set List Reviews  
  Toronto, Ontario March 20, 2004 Sat The Phoenix www Set List Reviews  
  Toronto, Ontario March 21, 2004 Sun Kool Haus www Set List Reviews  
  Boston, Massachusetts March 24, 2004 Wed Avalon Ballroom   Set List Reviews  
  Boston, Massachusetts March 25, 2004 Thu Avalon Ballroom   Set List Reviews  
  Boston, Massachusetts March 26, 2004 Fri Avalon Ballroom   Set List Reviews  
  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania March 29, 2004 Mon Tower Theatre   Set List Reviews  
  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania March 30, 2004 Tue Electric Factory   Set List Reviews  
  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania March 31, 2004 Wed The Trocadero www Set List Reviews  
  Washington, DC April 02, 2004 Fri 9:30 Club www Set List Reviews  
  Washington, DC April 03, 2004 Sat Bender Arena
American University
  Set List Reviews  
  Washington, DC April 04, 2004 Sun Warner Theatre www Set List Reviews  
  Norfolk, Virginia April 06, 2004 Tue The NorVa www Set List Reviews  
  Boone, North Carolina April 07, 2004 Wed The Holmes Center
Appalachian State University
  Set List Reviews  
  Asheville, North Carolina April 09, 2004 Fri The Orange Peel   Set List Reviews  
  Columbia, South Carolina April 10, 2004 Sat Township Auditorium   Set List Reviews  
  Atlanta, Georgia April 12, 2004 Mon The Tabernacle www Set List Reviews  
  Atlanta, Georgia April 13, 2004 Tue The Tabernacle www Set List Reviews  
  Atlanta, Georgia April 14, 2004 Wed The Tabernacle www Set List Reviews  
   



 
  masked and anonymous DVD

masked and anonymous released on DVD
   
   
Tuesday, February 17, 2004:

  Bob Dylan's movie "masked and anonymous" has been released
  on DVD by Columbia TriStar Home Video.


Music legend and Academy Award winner Bob Dylan (Best Song, Wonder Boys, 2000) -- accompanied by Academy Award winner Jessica Lange (Best Actress in a Leading Role, Blue Sky, 1994), Penelope Cruz (Vanilla Sky), Jeff Bridges (Seabiscuit), John Goodman (O Brother, Where Art Thou?) and Luke Wilson (Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle) -- takes center stage in the craziest, funniest comedy of the year! Dylan is Jack Fate, a former traveling troubadour who is sprung from jail by his scheming manager to headline a sketchy and misguided benefit concert. With unforgettable cameo appearances by Angela Bassett, Bruce Dern, Ed Harris, Giovanni Ribisi, Mickey Rourke, and Christian Slater and featuring a sizzling soundtrack with four new Dylan recordings plus performances of Dylan classics from Los Lobos, Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia and more!

"Electrifying! A gold mine for Dylan's loyal legions! Dylan is as up-close as you've ever seen him." - Austin Scaggs, ROLLING STONE "Surprisingly amusing! Loaded with enough lyric references to keep Dylanologists freeze-framing for years!" - Chuck Wilson, LA WEEKLY DVD FEATURES Director's Commentary Deleted Scenes The Making of "Masked and Anonymous" Theatrical Trailers Interactive Menus Dolby Digital 5.1 (Audio English) Subtitles: French Closed Captioning Widescreen Presentation
 
   



Live 1964 insert

  BOB DYLAN'S HISTORIC 'HALLOWEEN CONCERT' RECEIVES OFFICIAL RELEASE AS
  LIVE 1964: CONCERT AT PHILHARMONIC HALL -- THE BOOTLEG SERIES VOLUME 6
 
  Saturday, January 17, 2004:  
 

  On March 23, Columbia/Legacy will release Live 1964: Concert at Philharmonic Hall --
  The Bootleg Series Volume 6, a two-CD set documenting the all-acoustic, October 31, 1964,
  Halloween-night concert by Bob Dylan at Philharmonic Hall in New York City. The recording
  captures a 23-year-old Dylan at a transitional moment in his career, two months after the
  release of Another Side of Bob Dylan, the last acoustic album he would record before heading
  into the studio weeks after the Philharmonic Hall concert to embark on the experiment that
  would result in the electrified rock heard on Bringing It All Back Home, several songs from
  which he previewed at this concert. Live 1964 will take its place as the only and earliest
  official release of an all-acoustic Bob Dylan concert.


Live 1964 shows Dylan at the peak of his early performing powers. Less than three years since his first album was released, he offhandedly jokes with his audience, fending off enthusiastic hecklers with deft wit and snappy comebacks, only to turn around and deliver blisteringly intense versions of protest songs, folk tunes, talking blues, love ballads and a few theretofore unreleased, indefinable songs, including "Mr. Tambourine Man," "Gates of Eden" and "It's Alright Ma," that would spark a musical revolution over the course of the next year. Joan Baez appears as special guest on four tracks.

Live 1964 comes in a brilliant box with a hardcover slipcase and a 52-page booklet with rare and previously unpublished photos by Daniel Kramer, Hank Parker and Sandy Speiser. The booklet includes a new essay by Sean Wilentz, the Princeton University-based historian and writer who attended the Halloween 1964 concert at age 13.

(Click here for more details.)
 
 

    Disc 1
1. The Times They Are A-Changin' 2. Spanish Harlem Incident 3. Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues 4. To Ramona 5. Who Killed Davey Moore? 6. Gates of Eden 7. If You Gotta Go, Go Now (Or Else You Got To Stay All Night) 8. It's Alright Ma, (I'm Only Bleeding) 9. I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) 10. Mr. Tambourine Man 11. A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall

    Disc 2
1. Talkin' World War III Blues 2. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right 3. The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll 4. Mama, You Been On My Mind 5. Silver Dagger 6. With God On Our Side 7. It Ain't Me, Babe 8. All I Really Want to Do
 



Young Bob Dylan  
Friday, December 19, 2003:

   Bob Dylan's Grammy Nominations

  Bob Dylan was nominated for two Grammy awards, the National Acadamy
  of Recording Arts & Sciences announced on December 4th, 2003.

  His duet with Mavis Staples of his song "Gonna Change My Way of Thinking"
  was nominated in the Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals category.
  The recording can be found on the Columbia Records release
  "Gotta Serve Somebody: The Gospel Songs Of Bob Dylan".
  (Order "Gotta Serve Somebody")

  His recording of "Down in the Flood", from the "masked and anonymous"
  soundtrack album (Columbia Records/Sony Soundtrax) was nominated in the
  Best Male Rock Vocal Performance category.
  (Order the "masked and anonymous" Soundtrack)

  "Gotta Serve Somebody: The Gospel Songs Of Bob Dylan" was nominated for
  "Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album".

  The 46th Grammy awards ceremony will be broadcast live on CBS
  on February 8, 2004.



Bob Dylan 2003 Tour of Europe  
Wednesday, November 26, 2003:   Set Lists  Fall 2003 Tour of Europe

Details of Bob Dylan's Fall Tour of Europe
 
  Location Date Venue        
  Helsinki, Finland Oct. 09, 2003 Hartwall Arena www Set List Reviews  
  Stockholm, Sweden Oct. 11, 2003 Globe www Set List Reviews  
  Karlstad, Sweden Oct. 12, 2003 LofbergsLila   Set List Reviews  
  Oslo, Norway Oct. 13, 2003 Spektrum www Set List Reviews  
  Göteborg, Sweden Oct. 15, 2003 Scandinavium www Set List Reviews  
  Copenhagen, Denmark Oct. 16, 2003 Forum   Set List Reviews  
  Hamburg, Germany Oct. 17, 2003 Docks www Set List Reviews  
  Hamburg, Germany Oct. 18, 2003 Docks www Set List Reviews  
  Berlin, Germany Oct. 20, 2003 Arena www Set List Reviews  
  Leipzig, Germany Oct. 22, 2003 Arena www Set List Reviews  
  Prague, Czech Republic Oct. 23, 2003 T.Mobile Arena   Set List Reviews  
  Budapest, Hungary Oct. 24, 2003 Arena   Set List Reviews  
  Graz, Austria Oct. 26, 2003 Eissporthalle   Set List Reviews  
  Vienna, Austria Oct. 27, 2003 Stadthalle www Set List Reviews  
  München, Germany Oct. 29, 2003 Olympiahalle www Set List Reviews  
  Bolzano, Italy Oct. 30, 2003 Palaonda   Set List Reviews  
  Rome, Italy Nov. 01, 2003 Pala Eur   Set List Reviews  
  Milan, Italy Nov. 02, 2003 Fila Forum   Set List Reviews  
  Zürich, Switzerland Nov. 03, 2003 Hallenstadion www Set List Reviews  
  Freiburg, Germany Nov. 05, 2003 Stadthalle   Set List Reviews  
  Frankfurt, Germany Nov. 06, 2003 Jahrhunderthalle www Set List Reviews  
  Düsseldorf, Germany Nov. 08, 2003 Philipshalle www Set List Reviews  
  Amsterdam, The Netherlands Nov. 10, 2003 Heineken Hall www Set List Reviews  
  Amsterdam, The Netherlands Nov. 11, 2003 Heineken Hall www Set List Reviews  
  Brussels, Belgium Nov. 12, 2003 Forrest National   Set List Reviews  
  Paris, France Nov. 13, 2003 Le Zénith www Set List Reviews  
  London, England Nov. 15, 2003 Wembley Arena www Set List Reviews  
  Dublin, Ireland Nov. 17, 2003 The Point Theatre www Set List Reviews  
  Millstreet, County Cork, Ireland Nov. 18, 2003 Green Glens Arena www cancelled (illness)
  Sheffield, England Nov. 20, 2003 Sheffield Arena www Set List Reviews  
  Birmingham, England Nov. 21, 2003 N.E.C. www Set List Reviews  
  London, England Nov. 23, 2003 Sheperds Bush Empire www Set List Reviews  
  London, England Nov. 24, 2003 Hammersmith Apollo www Set List Reviews  
  London, England Nov. 25, 2003 Brixton Academy www Set List Reviews  
   



Wednesday, October 22, 2003:

Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues

Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues -- The CD Collection



Bob Dylan 2003 Tour of Europe  
Friday, October 17, 2003:

        Bob Dylan's Statement on Johnny Cash

     I was asked to give a statement on Johnny's passing and thought about
     writing a piece instead called "Cash Is King," because that is the way I
     really feel. In plain terms, Johnny was and is the North Star; you could
     guide your ship by him -- the greatest of the greats then and now. I first
     met him in '62 or '63 and saw him a lot in those years. Not so much
     recently, but in some kind of way he was with me more than people I see
     every day.

     There wasn't much music media in the early Sixties, and Sing Out! was
     the magazine covering all things folk in character. The editors had
     published a letter chastising me for the direction my music was going.
     Johnny wrote the magazine back an open letter telling the editors to shut
     up and let me sing, that I knew what I was doing. This was before I had
     ever met him, and the letter meant the world to me. I've kept the magazine
     to this day.

     Of course, I knew of him before he ever heard of me. In '55 or '56, "I
     Walk the Line" played all summer on the radio, and it was different than
     anything else you had ever heard. The record sounded like a voice from the
     middle of the earth. It was so powerful and moving. It was profound, and
     so was the tone of it, every line; deep and rich, awesome and mysterious
     all at once. "I Walk the Line" had a monumental presence and a certain
     type of majesty that was humbling. Even a simple line like "I find it
     very, very easy to be true" can take your measure. We can remember that
     and see how far we fall short of it.

     Johnny wrote thousands of lines like that. Truly he is what the land
     and country is all about, the heart and soul of it personified and what it
     means to be here; and he said it all in plain English. I think we can have
     recollections of him, but we can't define him any more than we can define
     a fountain of truth, light and beauty. If we want to know what it means to
     be mortal, we need look no further than the Man in Black. Blessed with a
     profound imagination, he used the gift to express all the various lost
     causes of the human soul. This is a miraculous and humbling thing. Listen
     to him, and he always brings you to your senses. He rises high above all,
     and he'll never die or be forgotten, even by persons not born yet --
     especially those persons -- and that is forever.



Thursday, September 25, 2003:

Bob Dylan Revisited: The Remasters Reviewed

Bob Dylan Revisited: The Remasters Reviewed



Saturday, September 20, 2003:

Bob Dylan Revisited: The Remasters

Bob Dylan Revisited: The Remasters
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