Tshirts: Bob Dylan T-shirts

Tshirts: Bob Dylan T-shirts

band tshirts have been popularized since the 60s and 70s, Bob Dylan is as inconic in his genre as tshirt design is in music.

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  • For me Bob Dylan's voice is like the hair on the head of a crush, the more styles they try the more compelling they become. The Witmark Demos feature Bob's early songs in their raw state. I can't wait to hear them all. I just need... For me Bob Dylan's voice is like the hair on the head of a crush, the more styles they try the more compelling they become. The Witmark Demos feature Bob's early songs in their raw state. I can't wait to hear them all. I just need more Bob, you know?

  • sounds like it took a life time to make this record

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  • The original mono recordings of any well produced album crafted during the golden age of mono recordings is a treat to my contemporary the ears. Here in the 21st century where audio alchemy is injected in every aspect of our lives... The original mono recordings of any well produced album crafted during the golden age of mono recordings is a treat to my contemporary the ears. Here in the 21st century where audio alchemy is injected in every aspect of our lives mono records often are no more than an interesting oddity, but I think of mono as a realm in itself, a realm that has its own rules, texture and feel. But what I do have a problem with is rubberneck and tailgaters.

  • The ultra rare Bob Dylan in Concert: Brandeis University, is a bonus CD attached to the Amazon (and a selected list of retailers) USA pre-order of The Witmark Demos or The Original Mono Recordings. Bob Dylan in Concert: Brande... The ultra rare Bob Dylan in Concert: Brandeis University, is a bonus CD attached to the Amazon (and a selected list of retailers) USA pre-order of The Witmark Demos or The Original Mono Recordings. Bob Dylan in Concert: Brandeis University, 1963 has never been heard, bootlegged, or circulated in any way. It was taped on May 10, 1963, at Brandeis University's First Annual Folk Festival.

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  • Christmas In The Heart is Dylan's 47th album and follows the worldwide success of his album Together Through Life. In a commitment to ending hunger, all of Bob Dylan's U.S. current and future royalties from sales of Christmas In T... Christmas In The Heart is Dylan's 47th album and follows the worldwide success of his album Together Through Life. In a commitment to ending hunger, all of Bob Dylan's U.S. current and future royalties from sales of Christmas In The Heart will be donated in perpetuity to Feeding America, guaranteeing that more than four million meals will be provided to over 1.4 million people in need in this country during this year's holiday season.

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  • Nico's Chelsea Girl (1967) was not her debut solo effort. The album is an introspective with a longing for dreams and love.

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  • wonderful cover of Bob Dylan's classic "Don't think twice".

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  • A fantastic album in its own right, and one of my all-time favorites. It also has three wonderful cover tunes in the mix : Joni Mitchell's "River", Bob Dylan's "Tangled up in Blue" and Gladys Night's "Midnight Train to Georgia". ... A fantastic album in its own right, and one of my all-time favorites. It also has three wonderful cover tunes in the mix : Joni Mitchell's "River", Bob Dylan's "Tangled up in Blue" and Gladys Night's "Midnight Train to Georgia". Flawless.

  • Epic artist Bob Dylan’s newest album picks up where his folk and blues left off on. Together Through Life, produced by Jack Frost, was prompted by the composition of a new song, “Life Is Hard,” which was written for a film by F... Epic artist Bob Dylan’s newest album picks up where his folk and blues left off on. Together Through Life, produced by Jack Frost, was prompted by the composition of a new song, “Life Is Hard,” which was written for a film by French director Oliver Dahan (La Vie En Rose). Bob Dylan’s latest studio album was recorded late last year and features 10 new songs including “Beyond Here Lies Nothin’” and “It’s All Good.” This will be the 46th release from Dylan, following his Platinum album Modern Times which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart in 2006.

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  • Okay - there has been some negative press about this, mostly about how it is "lukewarm" and the general complaint (from certain quarters) that Bob is "too happy" (ah, the distant or not so distant, cry for more "Blood On The Track... Okay - there has been some negative press about this, mostly about how it is "lukewarm" and the general complaint (from certain quarters) that Bob is "too happy" (ah, the distant or not so distant, cry for more "Blood On The Tracks" - great album, but...). In my view, this is a solid album with some terrific songs. It has a zydeco sound, very New Orleans - makes sense - it has a great sense of optimism, hope, and forward motion, particularly the song, "I Feel A Change Comin' On" - you can take a gander on YouTube, but the whole album is really worth buying. I recommend the vinyl because although I am an mp3 digital generation, yes, the first thing i bought was a record - and nothing has the round warm sound of Vinyl. This is worth getting on Vinyl and the CD comes with it - it's not that much more money. If you have a stereo, I say go for it. I did. - s.r.p. (bob dylan on tant mieux)

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  • Good or bad, I feel that when a new Dlyan record comes out, you buy it. No questions asked.

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  • This song makes me think of death. Not in a freaked out, morbid kind of way, but in a "however the wind blows, big beautiful existential sigh of resignation" kind of way. Good song.

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  • Bob Dylan, another Obama favorite. This CD comes with 2 CD's worth of Bob Dylan's best music.

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  • Better than the A-team and Michael Jackson's "We Are the World" compilation in the 80's, combined. So, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne and Roy Orbison were having lunch one day and a magnificent aroused, so they took it to Bob Dylan'... Better than the A-team and Michael Jackson's "We Are the World" compilation in the 80's, combined. So, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne and Roy Orbison were having lunch one day and a magnificent aroused, so they took it to Bob Dylan's recording studio and bam! The birth of the super band: The Traveling Willburys, this lasted from 1988-90. Nelson Wilbury - George Harrison Otis Wilbury - Jeff Lynne Lefty Wilbury - Roy Orbison Charlie T. Jnr - Tom Petty Lucky Wilbury - Bob Dylan

  • Green Rocky Road is as close as we’ll ever get to hearing the record Karen Dalton would have made in 1963. Discovered on the same reel-to-reel tapes that yielded the live performances comprising the Cotton Eyed Joe release, were n... Green Rocky Road is as close as we’ll ever get to hearing the record Karen Dalton would have made in 1963. Discovered on the same reel-to-reel tapes that yielded the live performances comprising the Cotton Eyed Joe release, were nine home recordings of Dalton left alone, with no one watching, no audience to please. Accompanied solely by her own sturdy banjo picking and 12 string strumming, her deep blue, smoky-throated singing evokes the voices and faces of past lives lived – the broken-backed pioneer, the coalminer black with shadow, the stained fingers of the slave, the prostitute…the dead and forgotten. Karen was perhaps the last true folk singer and that’s the bases of the potent appeal of her enigmatic art and of her commercial failure during her too-brief lifetime.

  • This is a classic. Lay Lady Lay and Girl from the North Country are on this album.

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  • In his older age, Dylan really came into his voice. And his songwriting craft is none diminished with time. One of his strongest albums to date, a great album with roosty, bluesy sounds.

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  • Just in case you don't know, I'm into music. So I've got a very hungry ear. Most of the time my ear is satisfied with what ever is the hot new thing at the moment, well this time the hot new thing is a collection from Starbucks fe... Just in case you don't know, I'm into music. So I've got a very hungry ear. Most of the time my ear is satisfied with what ever is the hot new thing at the moment, well this time the hot new thing is a collection from Starbucks featuring a comforting selection of roots music dug up by XM DJ Bob Dylan. Mmmm good! ^_^

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  • Don’t miss the Los Angeles presentation—and final stop!—of this acclaimed exhibition, organized by Seattle’s Experience Music Project. Ends June 8th 2008

  • This is one of the last films Heath Ledger was in....he's amazing as is this movie...I recommend the movie, but it's not on DVD yet so here's the soundtrack :) Many people have covered Bob Dylan's songs over the years, but few ... This is one of the last films Heath Ledger was in....he's amazing as is this movie...I recommend the movie, but it's not on DVD yet so here's the soundtrack :) Many people have covered Bob Dylan's songs over the years, but few quite like this. On the double-disc soundtrack that accompanies Todd Haynes' extremely confounding biopic of the already plenty confounding folk icon, we get the likes of Sonic Youth, Cat Power, Yo La Tengo, the Hold Steady, and Antony & The Johnsons doing their best Dylan impressions and often failing gloriously. Former Pavement frontman Stephen Malkmus does a particularly fine job oozing his way through "Ballad of a Thin Man," while Wilco's Jeff Tweedy draws the moody beauty out of "Simple Twist of Fate," and Sufjan Stevens lends his typically baroque touch to "Ring Them Bells." Special credit has to go to the Million Dollar Bashers, the unofficial house band that includes Steve Shelley on drums, John Medeski on piano, and Tom Verlaine on guitar, along with other notable musicians. The generous track list and dynamic set of contributors promises that this album will provide plenty of awe long after the film itself has been forgotten. --Aidin Vaziri

  • this is one of the best Dylan albums ever, if only for Visions of Johanna, but a lot more besides. This and Bringing It All Back Home must be my two favorites, but you really cannot go wrong if you want classic older Dylan -- the ... this is one of the best Dylan albums ever, if only for Visions of Johanna, but a lot more besides. This and Bringing It All Back Home must be my two favorites, but you really cannot go wrong if you want classic older Dylan -- the sound is quite different and smoother here than Bringing It All Back Home, but it's wonderful as molasses. i own the original record of this and nothing beats vinyl - you can digitize vinyl and it maintains that vinyl feel and sound to it - much rounder sound .... better.

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  • Probably my second favorite album next to Bringing It All Back Home - a true classic - if you can ever get the original vinyl, it's worth it (try eBay) for the liner notes and inside cover which are different but only if you're a ... Probably my second favorite album next to Bringing It All Back Home - a true classic - if you can ever get the original vinyl, it's worth it (try eBay) for the liner notes and inside cover which are different but only if you're a die-hard Dylan person... Obviously, Visions of Johanna here and so much more make this album what it is - it's smoother than a lot of Bringing It All Back Home (to me anyway) but lovely. For a real treat, try to get your hands on the live Visions of Johanna 1966 at the Philharmonic.... that entire bootleg is amazing.

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  • in my opinion, this is among Dylan's finest albums from this period. Everyone has a favorite and it's hard to pick just one with Dylan because so many are so damned good and for different reasons - he's so mercurial and changable ... in my opinion, this is among Dylan's finest albums from this period. Everyone has a favorite and it's hard to pick just one with Dylan because so many are so damned good and for different reasons - he's so mercurial and changable and that is part of what makes him great. But for classic Dylan as we think we "know" Dylan, Bringing It All Back Home is the way to go with the songs that helped make his name and it has that gritty New York sound before he went too smooth and moved on to his next manager... this still retains all of the urban feeling that was still his New York sound and i love it for that

  • because almost anything Bob Dylan is good, but this is particularly good because BD always loved to toy wth the press. Regardless, even when he toys, he is self-revealing, whether he intends to be or not. Not to be missed.

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  • some time ago during a frosty Norwegian winter Leonard Cohen mania took me by surprise. "I'm your Man" had just been released and it was an instant hit through the entire Nordic country. Me I didn't get it at all, and tried to und... some time ago during a frosty Norwegian winter Leonard Cohen mania took me by surprise. "I'm your Man" had just been released and it was an instant hit through the entire Nordic country. Me I didn't get it at all, and tried to understand what the dry appeal of Leonard Cohen music meant to all the shop keepers, artist and oil workers of the North Sea. Well I can't say that I ever found an answer for the Cohn fever that took over Norway that year. It was many years later wile watching the movie "Natural Born Killers" that I began to get infected with the Leonard Cohen sound. "Natural Born Killers" featured a wry apocalyptic dance tune called "The Future" I went out and got a copy of the album of the same name, and that's when my strange relationship and admiration of Mr. Cohen's work began. Noteworthy Track: The Future Waiting For The Miracle