Filed under: bob dylan, current events, i was born in the wrong decade, i'm serious, magic, music
above: bob on his 25th birthday, paris, 1966.
happy 71st. please be the first man to live forever.
isis, oh isis, you mystical child
what drives me to you is what drives me insane
i still can remember the way that you smiled
on the fifth day of may in the drizzling rain
Filed under: bob dylan, clothes, current events, i was born in the wrong decade, new england
bob dylan. bangor, maine. 1975. because there’s finally snow on the street.
resolution 1: clean out the closet.
Filed under: americana, bob dylan, i was born in the wrong decade, music, new england, the band
trail map of the rolling thunder revue, new england, fall 1975.
dylan in plymouth during the tour.
Filed under: bob dylan, boston, current events, i was born in the wrong decade, i'm serious, music, new england
saw this guy live at the house of blues tonight in boston, killer hat and all.
he was grinning here and there during the whole show. it was kind of odd to see.
i was between 15-30 ft. from the man all night!
my highlights: blind willie mctell, ballad of a thin man.
he played the harmonica perhaps better than any man alive, but his voice was one giant raspy growl. still quite enjoyable. cross one off the bucket list.
but i was born too late
blame it on a…
simple twist of fate.
HAPPY 70th BIRTHDAY, BOB. way to stay alive.
bob dylan looking at this el greco painting (see title above) makes me feel like going to the museum, or repenting, or maybe both.
“god, i’m glad i’m not me.”
– while reading a newspaper article about himself, don’t look back (1967).
bob, i’m glad you’re you. you are still a god among men.