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The latest cover from the Sweetheart 2014 compilation is here. We already heard some mighty covers of classic love songs from Vampire Weekend, Beck, and Fiona Apple. Phosphorescent is the latest artist to join them, as he has covered Bob Dylan’s “Tomorrow Is a Long Time.”

Stereogum who premiered the track, got the following quote from. Phosphorescent’s Matthew Houck about the song:

Tomorrow Is A Long Time’ is one of the most longing-est songs I’ve ever heard. It’s special I think in that such a sparse, slight thing can carry so much emotion in just these few lines and chords. Just a simple direct declaration of love and devotion and longing. In a word: perfect.

Stream his cover below.

Bob Dylan

It’s hard to believe that Bob Dylan’s legendary song “Like a Rolling Stone” doesn’t have a proper music video. Which is why he’s finally released one, made for perfect use in 2013.

It’s an interactive video that allows users to flip through different “TV Channels” that will feature different things, all going along with the words of the song. You can watch Danny Brown sing it, or Drew Carey as he hosts The Price Is Right. There’s an animated kid shows, tennis, and a movie. It’s a unique experience that creates a giant pop culture experience for one of the definitive songs of all time. It’s pretty cool.
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[new]: Bob Dylan – Duquesne Whistle

By Will Oliver, August 27th 2012 — with 2 comments

Bob Dylan has released his new single “Duquesne Whistle”.  It’s taken from his upcoming new album Tempest, which comes out September 11.

It amazing marks just over the 50th anniversary since he started. Facts like that make you forgive just how horse his voice has gotten. However, even with the rough(er) vocals, the song still hits home in typical Dylan fashion. I think most of you will like it if you’re a fan of the legend.

Take a listen below or head over to NPR

Bob Dylan @ Binghamton University (11/17/2010)

By Will Oliver, November 19th 2010 — with 1 comment

I’m not as knowledgeable about Bob Dylan as I should be, I admit that. Although, I would call myself a pretty casual fan. I’ve been meaning to dive into his (intimidating) catalog, but I haven’t found the time  (shame on me, I know). When I found out that he was coming to play at my school, how could I possibly not go?

I went into the show knowing that his voice was pretty rough these days. It was hard to accept at first, but I soon got used to it and was able to work around it. His band was incredibly tight, and the Dylan quality songs obviously shined through. It was the first time I’ve ever seen a crowd so mixed with young kids and much older adults. It was quite a site.

Dylan played a great mix of songs from his albums that should have left everyone in attendance, pleased in some way. He ended his set with the only song he could: Like A Rolling Stone. Now I can tell my grand kids that I heard it.

Not a bad way to spend a Thursday night in Binghamton.

Setlist (via):

Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking
The Man In Me
Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)
The Levee’s Gonna Break
Spirit On The Water
Honest With Me
Desolation Row
Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
Blind Willie McTell
Highway 61 Revisited
Love Sick
Thunder On The Mountain
Ballad Of A Thin Man

Like A Rolling Stone

The Morning Benders have been one of the busiest bands this year, and they don’t seem to have any plans of slowing down. They are included on Subterranean Homesick Blues: A Tribute to Bob Dylan’s Bringing It All Back Home, a compilation album of various artists covering songs from the famed Dylan album.

The Benders took on “Outlaw Blues” and delivered a brooding version of the song that sounds haunted and emotional. They’re on a real winning streak this year.

Grab the cover below with two options:

[mp3]: The Morning Benders – Outlaw Blues (Bob Dylan Cover)

Stream the original Bob Dylan version:

The cover album will be released on October 5th via Reimagine Music.

[new] Dirty Projectors – As I Went Out One Morning (Bob Dylan Cover)

By Will Oliver, September 28th 2010 — with 6 comments

Dirty Projectors covered Bob Dylan’s “As I Went Out One Morning” for the expanded edition of their much acclaimed 2009 album, Bitte Orca.

The expanded edition was released officially today, and it’s already out there. Dirty Projectors put their charm on the song, added their signature vocal harmonies in a triumphant fashion. They succeed in their ability to stay true enough to the original, while also making their mark on it. It’s a damn good cover.

You can stream their cover of “As I Went Out One Morning” below:

[mp3]: Dirty Projectors – As I Went Out One Morning (Bob Dylan Cover) Taken down at Domino’s Request.

You can head over to Domino to buy the Expanded Edition of Bitte Orca right now.

Dirty Projectors – I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine (Bob Dylan cover)

By Will Oliver, June 7th 2010 — with 1 comment

Check out the Dirty Projectors cover of Bob Dylan’s “I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine”. They did it for Levi’s Pioneer Sessions: The Revival Recordings single project where new bands tackle old classics.

[mp3]: Dirty Projectors – I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine (Bob Dylan cover)

Nas and She & Him are some of the other artists that Levi’s already posted. Check out the full list over at their site.

Preview Bob Dylan’s New Album

By Will Oliver, September 28th 2008

Bob Dylan likes the internet. So much that he is putting his new album ‘Tell Tale Signs’ on National Public Radio’s Music website on September 30th at midnight. The album is scheduled to get a release on October 7th. He has a free download of a new song featured on the album called ‘Dreamin’ Of You’. You can download it on his website or stream it below. Good quality stuff as you can expect from the legend himself.

Bob Dylan – Dreamin’ Of You (MP3) – thanks to Bob Dylan himself/His Website

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