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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Big_Bend, Jan 20, 2021.
Yeah he was & that's Steve Cropper throwing down on rhythm. I'll scope the link; thx!
Not too well know unless you are a fan.
Couldn't resist this one.
john anderson don't think twice its alright.
I love Dylan, and I think there are some Dylan covers that are better than his originals (Hendrix Watchtower, Byrd's Tambourine ), but I'm of the opinion that for the most part only Dylan can really sing Dylan.
The ideas and words of his songs (especially after 63) can be so obscure, I feel like he is the only one that can sing them with any true authority.
Basically GE Smith, Booker T. & the MG's w/ Jim Keltner on drums.
That is one helluva band!
I've covered several Dylan songs, but One more cup of Coffee is my favorite to do.
Jimi's "Watchtower" annihilates anything else.
I have a soft spot for the Byrds and Turtles covers, though.
Not really Bob Dylan's, rather an ol' timey jam: White Stripes again, Blackjack Davey
Thee BEST: 13th Floor Elevators, Baby Blue
Bill Frisell - Just Like a Woman
The homie Arthur Louis
Knocking On Heaven's Door
It seems that all my favorites have been covered......already.
Polly Jean Harvey - Highway 61
Bryan Ferry - A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
Buckwheat Zydeco - On A Night Like This
I love Frankie Valle Four Seasons cover of Don’t Think Twice, makes me giddy!