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On 5/14/2018 at 1:30 PM, eFestivals said:

yeah, it's not aged well. Was rather mind-blowing when I first heard/saw it in 1997 tho.

While we're on the subject of 1997, this, I think, has aged rather well...

 

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7 hours ago, bamber said:

Old school, new school (at the time)

he wore that suit for psychokiller when he played Glastonbury.

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21 hours ago, eFestivals said:

he wore that suit for psychokiller when he played Glastonbury.

I think I was there, There is no reason why I would not have been. :superstition:

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This, I posted in another thread already.

But it is without shame I post it again in this one.

So there :P

 

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Just been into town and picked up the reissue of the Moldy Peaches. Properly made up about it.

 

 

 

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12 hours ago, Yoghurt on a Stick said:

 

 

From their last good album! Though I always thought it could have been even better if they'd cut one or two of the songs and done a better take of one or two.

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Saw Ian McNabb (ex-Icicle Works) the other day, played for 2 1/2 hours, he was superb. Never appreciated how good a songwriter he is/was. I was standing beside the guy filming this:

 

 

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On 9/13/2018 at 9:26 PM, BlueDaze said:

im sorry Nate has to be in it...

 

Nate & Michael Mcdonald ...

 

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15 hours ago, Mr.Tease said:

 

From their last good album! Though I always thought it could have been even better if they'd cut one or two of the songs and done a better take of one or two.

Nice of them to call on on the farm on that tour too! :)

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10 hours ago, henry bear said:

Nice of them to call on on the farm on that tour too! :)

Yep! I have such fond memories of that set as it was my first glastonbury and my first headliner- I remember arriving at the back just after they'd started and making my way down nearer the front through all the torch/flare things- good times! 

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‘More Blood, More Tracks’  This is the real stuff. Just fucking glorious. 

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21 minutes ago, Mardy said:

‘More Blood, More Tracks’  This is the real stuff. Just fucking glorious. 

Recently single Bob. My favourite Bob. 

No need to read reviews. "Just fucking glorious" is spot on. 

 

4 minutes ago, CaledonianGonzo said:

Too lazy to check. Is that take of Idiot Wind the same one as on Vols 1 to 3?

Yup

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15 minutes ago, CaledonianGonzo said:

Too lazy to check. Is that take of Idiot Wind the same one as on Vols 1 to 3?

One of ‘em is, yeah, but the 6cd version has a load of different takes of it

https://www.bobdylan.com/news/more-blood-more-tracks-the-bootleg-series-vol-14-to-be-released-on-november-2/

 

Bootleg 1-3 is the single greatest Dylan release for me. ‘She’s your lover now’. What a song. What a fucking song. And he never bothered to record it properly and release it. Genuinely astonishing stuff

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This is amazing, from his outfit (rocking Seinfeld’s puffy shirt 20 years before Seinfeld had thought of it), to the simplicity of the performance but the way Bob is always, unmistakably and uniquely Bob, to that strange, twisting vocal performance to the way the harmonica and fiddle blend together at the end. There’s really no-one else like Bobby D. A true original. 

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