Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Bob Dylan: Troubadour with a message

Bob Dylan’s songs were written over four decades filled with intense cultural change. By speaking to the deeper issues, he addressed the primary concerns of the day without producing lyrics that become dated. “Like a Rolling Stone,” for example, punctures the idolatrous pretensions of cultural “success” today as effectively as it did in 1965. CLICK HERE to read more

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“The highest form of song is prayer.”
-Bob Dylan

STOCKHOLM 04.05.2002


Just a few days after performing at the 2002 Grammy's, Bob Dylan recorded a new re-write of "Gonna Change My Way of Thinking" for "Gotta Serve Somebody: The Gospel Songs of Bob Dylan" with longtime friend Mavis Staples. One month later he would kick off a new tour in Stockholm Sweden and perform Solid Rock (what many consider the theme song to his gospel era concerts) for the first time in 20 years. Dylan would continue to perform this rousing song as well as other gospel era songs at numerous concerts across Europe and beyond. The two-time Grammy nominated compilation would be released on Sony/Columbia one year later on April 1, 2003.



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