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Your Friday Jam: Spanish Mary

Most folks consider Bob Dylan to be one of the greatest songwriters America, if not the world, has ever produced.  The man was prolific in his work, and wrote a number of songs that he never actually recorded – masterpieces that were destined to never be heard.   81 more words


Belle Roscoe

1. How did you get your initial start in music?

We grew up in a very musical family, particularly Dad’s side. Irish heritage and whiskey often led to late night jams and nostalgic Australian country/folk songs. 742 more words


Chica rock'n'roll.

Siempre he querido ser una chica rock’n’roll
Es una tontería, lo sé, pero aquí cada uno tiene lo suyo…

Una chica rock’n’roll.
Una chica de esas que sólo al verla pasar, consigue hacer que te tiemblen las piernas. 404 more words

Bob Dylan

“Behind every beautiful thing, there’s some kind of pain.” ―Bob Dylan


Bob Dylan - Mr. Tambourine Man (Live Newport Folk Festival 1964)

For several weeks now I have been completely immersed with my favorite records from the 60’s & 70’s, most specifically the folk scene coming out of Greenwich Village in the 1960’s. 147 more words


Bob Dylan - The Man In Me (The Big Lebowski version)

The first time I heard “The Man In Me” was when I went to see The Big Lewboski in the theater. Which is a bit odd, because I’m an enormous Dylan freak. 93 more words


Rolling Stones - Throwback Thursday This Day In Music History

The Rolling Stones got a big shock on March 26, 1965. The boys from the group were on stage in Denmark when Mick Jagger, Brian Jones and Bill Wyman all received electric shocks. 172 more words

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