Hear Previously Unreleased Bob Dylan Song ‘Dress It Up, Better Have It All’ from 1967 ‘Basement Tapes’ Set
Long available as a bootleg and officially released in 1975, the box will include several never-before-heard tracks, including one that premiered today.
The Complete Basement Tapes: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 is due for release on Nov. 4.
A special and very limited edition of the book signed by Dylan himself will sell for $5000.
“If he was a professional, he’d still be around.”
In some cases these albums actually helped create new paths for the artist going forward; at other times they were more of an interesting diversion. But in all cases, these ten albums stand the test of time and are satisfying listens no matter what the context.
Bob Dylan Honored as MusiCares Person of the Year, to Receive Tribute from Jack White, Neil Young, More
Fifty-some years into his career, Bob Dylan is still racking up awards.
On this installment of Minimation we look at a 1985 interview with Bob Dylan, where he discusses how he went from being a folk singer interpreting other people’s songs to a singer/songwriter.
Paul McCartney is getting the royal treatment from his fellow musicians in a new covers compilation that spans the former Beatle’s time with the Fab Four and Wings, along with his solo career.
As part of a new game Fallon created in honor of the Maroon 5 singer called “Wheel of Musical Impressions” Levine got a chance to show off his Eddie Vedder, Frank Sinatra and Michael Jackson impressions.
Elvis Costello, Marcus Mumford, Jim James & More Put Their Stamp on Bob Dylan’s ‘Married to My Hack': Listen
Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes is out Nov. 11 on Electromagnetic Recordings/ Harvest Records.
Dylan will kick off his newest tour with a three-night stop in Seattle from Oct. 17-19 at the Paramount Theatre.
The six disc set includes 138 tracks, many of which were never known to exist.
Lost on the River is due out Nov. 11. It includes 15 songs written by Dylan in what’s estimated to be 1967 and recorded in two weeks by the supergroup.
On Minimation, we comb through the archives of legendary New York radio station WNEW-FM and animate interviews with legendary rock artists. This installment is taken from a 1985 interview with Bob Dylan, where he discusses his feelings about the then-budding art form of music videos. This minimation was created for Radio.com by Elliot Lobell.
After his composition “Wagon Wheel” hit No. 1, Dylan was obviously thrilled. “He sent a demo and said, ‘Here’s a [new] song I never really finished. We’d like the boys, the Old Crows to give it whirl.'”
An early draft of Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone” was sold on Tuesday (June 24) for $2 million in New York.