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Bob Dylan recorded his storied and much-bootlegged Basement Tapes with the Band in 1967, and they didn't see official release until eight years later. A new box-set version of the tapes is coming out…   Read Story »
Lost On The River, the album on which an all-star cast of musicians recorded music based on unused Bob Dylan lyrics from The Basement Tapes sessions, is out in less than a month, and today the band…   Read Story »
Amidst all the hubbub with Mark Kozelek, we somehow missed that the War On Drugs did a great Bob Dylan cover for Minnesota's 89.3 The Current a few weeks ago. In an interview with the radio station,…   Read Story »
Bill Murray stars as the titular character in St. Vincent (no relation to Annie Clark or the island), a new film where he plays "a retired curmudgeon with a penchant for alcohol and gambling" who…   Read Story »
The next time you're looking for something fun to do and you inevitably turn to picking up a scientific article, you may find some familiar lyrics. According to The Local, five Swedish scientists got…   Read Story »
A few months back, producer T Bone Burnett announced that he had recruited Elvis Costello, My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James, and Mumford And Sons' Marcus Mumford to record unfinished songs from…   Read Story »
Bob Dylan has been named as the 2015 MusiCares Person Of The Year by The National Academy Of Recording Arts And Sciences, the same organization that gives out the Grammy Awards. He'll be honored at a…   Read Story »
It's not like the world needed another Beatles tribute. There's an entire industry devoted to letting you know that the Beatles were the most important band of all time and that Paul McCartney was…   Read Story »
In 1967, Bob Dylan and the Band got together to work on a whole pile of songs, many of which eventually came out as The Basement Tapes. But many of those songs were left unfinished, and now producer…   Read Story »
Bob Dylan wrote over a hundred songs during the legendary Basement Tapes recording sessions, which took place in the summer and fall of 1967, eight years before the album itself was released. Those…   Read Story »