Hobo Magazine

Hobo Magazine

HoBO is a bi-annual, avant-garde magazine. Through collections of interviews, essays, and photo stories HoBO interviews celebrities, and other media figures Bla, bla, blah. Me, I like the name of the magazine, I look forward to each issue to see how much hobo/nomad concepts are injected into their editorial. Oh and HoBo is green. The magazine began printing on 100% recycled, 100% post-consumer waste, chlorine free, and ancient forest friendly paper in their Fall/Winter Issue #7 released in 2006 with two covers; Robin Wright Penn and Christopher Walken. HoBO's cover is printed on 100% recycled, 50% post-consumer waste, chlorine free, and ancient forest friendly paper. It is the first magazine to exercise the option to publish their magazine on recycled paper in North America, and it is also speculated that it is the only magazine to initiate this action in the world. Hobo prints their magazines using New Leaf paper; a national paper merchant dedicated to environmentally responsible paper. They use recycled paper made with post-consumer waste and bleached with out the use of chlorine or chlorine compounds, resulting in measurable environmental benefits.

  • an amazing illustration! Handcrafted by a New York Artist, Owen Sherwood. Check out the shop on Ety, also featuring amazing work from his talented wife, Emma Copley. If your walls are in need of a makeover, do yourself a favor and... an amazing illustration! Handcrafted by a New York Artist, Owen Sherwood. Check out the shop on Ety, also featuring amazing work from his talented wife, Emma Copley. If your walls are in need of a makeover, do yourself a favor and check out their shop, you will be so glad you did!

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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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  • I like how these came back into style. I hope they never go out of style and even if they do I'm still going to rock them!

  • 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

  • It's one of my favorite songs, that I think would make a perfect kids book. The illustrations are peachy perfect and even though the star isn't the Yound Dylan that you'd expect, the story is inspiring.

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  • All I can do is recommend this item, whatever it is... But, what is it? Well, it's a limited edition piece of art with one of the most quotable quotes of all time on it, that's all.

    Tags: art, Bob Dylan, home
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  • 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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  • A collaboration between student (Lisa Loeb) and former professor (Elizabeth Mitchell), this album is a compilation of children's song that adults can also enjoy. Not at all dumbed down, the music is indeed appropriate for all age... A collaboration between student (Lisa Loeb) and former professor (Elizabeth Mitchell), this album is a compilation of children's song that adults can also enjoy. Not at all dumbed down, the music is indeed appropriate for all ages. It includes some classics (Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star) and a few by well-known artists (New Morning by Bob Dylan). I also love the small, easy-to-hold story book that accompanies the CD.

  • One of the best soundtracks of the year, in my opinion. Tons of great artists covering their favorite Dylan tracks. Standouts include Karen O (from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs) doing "Highway 61" and Cat Power singing "Stuck Inside Of M... One of the best soundtracks of the year, in my opinion. Tons of great artists covering their favorite Dylan tracks. Standouts include Karen O (from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs) doing "Highway 61" and Cat Power singing "Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again". It's an indie all-star cast of singers, capped with the man himself singing "I'm Not There". (P.S. be sure to buy the iTunes version. It's $2 cheaper than amazon and comes with 3 extra songs)

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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

  • revolutionary, artist, rock and roll- bob dylan is one of the greates of all time. celebrate his legacy with wine by bob

  • 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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  • Todd Haynes directs ruminations on the life of Bob Dylan, where seven characters embody a different aspect of the musician's life and work, and Cate Blanchett in drag!! What's not to like? :)

  • Blonde on Blonde has to be one of the best Dylan albums - and while i'm not normally into this sort of thing, this is well-executed, so i like this ... and i've never seen anything like it. Also, it means i don't have to frame my... Blonde on Blonde has to be one of the best Dylan albums - and while i'm not normally into this sort of thing, this is well-executed, so i like this ... and i've never seen anything like it. Also, it means i don't have to frame my original (rare) album covers from the 60s, which maybe i should to preserve them, but that would mean i can only see one side of them, unless i cut them in half - hmmmm....

  • i have some framed Dylan original posters, and tho this is clearly a repro, it's all in the framing and granted, you'd have to be a die=hard Dylan fan, but if you frame this properly and professionally, it's hardly dorm-room mater... i have some framed Dylan original posters, and tho this is clearly a repro, it's all in the framing and granted, you'd have to be a die=hard Dylan fan, but if you frame this properly and professionally, it's hardly dorm-room material.... i live in a large Victorian house and have a framed Dylan poster on a clean white wall and it fits perfectly in place and looks pretty hip, actualy.... i like this one. I think i'm going for it (ftw)....

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  • i found a similar poster in Paris from the same time period. Parisians are HUGE on Jim Morrison, but I could hardly find a single thing - not even a postcard - with Dylan on it, so it became a full-fledged mission. At last, i foun... i found a similar poster in Paris from the same time period. Parisians are HUGE on Jim Morrison, but I could hardly find a single thing - not even a postcard - with Dylan on it, so it became a full-fledged mission. At last, i found at a local flea-market a dealer and i asked him if he had "anything with Bob Dylan" - he went into the backroom and came out with an original poster in mint condition, the only Dylan thing i saw in Paris, and charged me five euro for it. I carried it home on the plane wrapped carefully in paper and plastic and then had it for six months in my study before i moved when i had it framed. It's in mint condition. This may not be an original but it's apretty great poster - i love it.

  • 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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  • the marine band has a different tone from the blues harmonica, so for a different effect that has more of an "echo" this is worth a try if you get really into it. i recommend the blues first, but the marine band here has a lot to ... the marine band has a different tone from the blues harmonica, so for a different effect that has more of an "echo" this is worth a try if you get really into it. i recommend the blues first, but the marine band here has a lot to recommend and again, you can't go wrong with Hohner and again, this is in the key of C.

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  • i play the harmonica every day and generally find that Hohner is the best and accepted as such. Mostly i play in the key of C, but that said i have many harmonicas and one that is in all keys. i got into the harmonica because of m... i play the harmonica every day and generally find that Hohner is the best and accepted as such. Mostly i play in the key of C, but that said i have many harmonicas and one that is in all keys. i got into the harmonica because of my love of Dylan - and i find that after playing violin for years, which is much harder, the harmonica is just a lot of fun and very versatile. you should try it.... just mess around.... you'lll pick it up.

  • 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