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Last month, I lead into this saying how January has a bad reputation for new movies. But it's really February that's the wasteland, where we're expected to survive on the fumes of the last glut of…   Read Story »
The 1980s were almost certainly Bob Dylan's least fruitful decade artistically, but the cult of Dylan is such that you'll find apologists for every album in his discography. Count producers Jesse…   Read Story »
You wouldn't think Bob Dylan was hurting for either money or attention, but he'll get plenty this Sunday when he's prominently featured in two different Super Bowl ads. Billboard reports that Dylan…   Read Story »
It's still early, but this is already a big day for beardy indie bands covering Bob Dylan songs. First, we heard Built To Spill's take on "Jokerman." Now, we get Matthew Houck and Phosphorescent…   Read Story »
In a couple of months, the compilation Bob Dylan In The 80s: Volume One will pay tribute to the most neglected period in Robert Zimmerman's career. (This is, of course, a relative thing; the…   Read Story »
'Tis the season for covers of both the holiday and non-holiday variety. Here's one to round out your collection, My Brightest Diamond's rendition of "Make You Feel My Love" from Bob Dylan's 1997…   Read Story »
We're in the thick of results season for Stereogum and Videogum's annual readers poll, the Gummy Awards. Your favorite albums and new artists of 2013 have already been revealed; now it's time to…   Read Story »
So, here we've finally arrived: "Bob Dylan's 10 Best Songs," the Iraq Invasion of long-form rock journalism. Uncalled for and utterly unwinnable, contending with a thousand-song catalog so rich,…   Read Story »
I was embarrassingly excited for it, and it took until near the end of Kanye West's "Bound 2" video for me to contemplate the possibility that it sucks. But yes, I'm pretty sure it sucks. There's…   Read Story »
It's a weird time for Bob Dylan to release an interactive video for his generation-defining 1965 song "Like A Rolling Stone," but Dylan did just release the massive 47-disc box set The Complete Album…   Read Story »