iPod Lite-The Dylan years


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Re: iPod Lite-The Dylan years

Postby MJD » Sat May 07, 2005 4:56 am

Jakob Dylan and The Wallflowers were on The Today Show this morning. When Jakob was asked if he ever talked to his dad about writing lyrics and whether they should reflect the times, he said tersely:

"No."

Probably gets a little tired of questions about his dad-even though he has the look and the voice.
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Re: iPod Lite-The Dylan years

Postby gh » Sun May 15, 2005 9:09 pm

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Re: iPod Lite-The Dylan years

Postby bambam » Mon May 16, 2005 7:21 pm

Who is the most famous athlete from Hibbing? Not track & field.
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Re: iPod Lite-The Dylan years

Postby bambam » Mon May 16, 2005 7:23 pm

>"Tom Petty. Now that's a really good looking man." What obscure character
>on a really underappreciated sitcom said that?

Well, nobody even tried this. Lowell, the handyman on Wings.
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Re: iPod Lite-The Dylan years

Postby twittering debutante » Mon May 16, 2005 8:41 pm

Kevin McHale.

Camped out overnight on concrete for the Dylan/The Band tour in 1974, but was stood up at the last minute and never got to go.

Thank you Kathy Foster, aka big bimbo.
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Re: iPod Lite-The Dylan years

Postby gh » Tue May 17, 2005 5:54 am

>>"Tom Petty. Now that's a really good looking man." What obscure
>character
>on a really underappreciated sitcom said that?

Well, nobody even
>tried this. Lowell, the handyman on Wings.>>

And Lowell has gone on to far greater fame as....?
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Re: iPod Lite-The Dylan years

Postby MJD » Tue May 17, 2005 6:34 am

Guy in Sideways?
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Re: iPod Lite-The Dylan years

Postby marknhj » Tue May 17, 2005 7:56 am

I spent Sunday afternoon at a Bob Dylan Birthday Bash in a beer garden in El Segundo. It was brilliant, mainly local bands but also a performance by a group billed as the "World's only Dylan tribute band". They're on tour and you can see the schedule, hear some tracks, etc. at:

www.highway61revisited.com

If they're in your neighbourhood I'd highly recommend seeing them.
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Re: iPod Lite-The Dylan years

Postby sluhtaf » Tue May 17, 2005 4:03 pm

QUestion: Who do you think was the true "Bard of Hibbing": Dylan (my choice) or Kevin McHale (nickname)?
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Re: iPod Lite-The Dylan years

Postby wineturtle » Sat May 28, 2005 9:37 am

getting all the pods in a row.
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Re: iPod Lite-The Dylan years

Postby gh » Sat May 28, 2005 9:46 am

I'm surprised to see that my collection includes only 112 Dylans.
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Re: iPod Lite-The Dylan years

Postby bambam » Sat May 28, 2005 1:25 pm

Dylan was a truly great songwriter, and I love to hear covers of his songs. But 112 songs of off-key yodelling?
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Re: iPod Lite-The Dylan years

Postby wineturtle » Fri Jun 03, 2005 11:37 pm

June 3,2005 5P.M. is when the music died in New York City.Joel Hollander moved WCBS-FM Off of its foundation and went "JACK". Jack is a format that plays an eclectic mix with computers randomly picking toons from all gendres. The WCBS oldies format that dropped pre Beatles Era songs and Don K Reeds Doo-Woop shop last year took this blow from the blind side with the DJS not even given a chance to sign off.
Last September at a panel held at the TV& Radio Museum that included Joe McCoy,Bill Brown,Bruce Morrow,Bob Shannon,Don Reed and Norm Nite this issue was the most eagerly awaited topic. Sooner than later was the answer to" When will on air DJs' be history".To-day was sooner.My transister radio ran out of music and died yesterday at 5 pm EST.
Edit to brush away the tears.
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Re: iPod Lite-The Dylan years

Postby MJD » Wed Sep 28, 2005 3:34 am

.Oh yea The Turtles
>(It Ain't Me Babe).

"Whoever the hell they are." Paraphrasing Dylan slightly.

Edit for Props: on 24
>Feb 2004 MJD started this thread!!!!PBS tonight

Now I get it-the Sonny and Cher quote.
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