Have a look at the five vintage albums (we think) every music lover and vinyl collection needs. Read More
On the eve of the 50th anniversary of Newport Folk Fest we look back on its history…
Then take me disappearin’ through the smoke rings of my mind Read More
An oldie but goodie… I go through phases where pretty much all I want to listen to is Bob Dylan’s Blood on the Tracks and this was one of those weeks. Read More
beautiful stuff. based in brooklyn, the wild unknown is a line of handmade goods and artwork inspired by nature, in particular summers spent in the catskill mountains and on the shores of lake superior, as well as their favorite songs and musicians.
i’m such a sucker for feathers. and bob dylan. see more here.
this album came out a couple of months ago but i felt compelled to write about it now, since the timing is appropriate. in a career spanning roughly 50 years (!!!) and 47 albums, bob dylan has finally recorded a christmas album, which comes as a surprise to some of his loyal fans. first of all, he was raised in a jewish family, second of all, people assume something like this, coming from him, is meant to be ironic and not taken seriously. but he is serious, and his straightforward approach to recording the songs (with background singers and traditional arrangements) is a measure of his appreciation for the music. the album might not be for everyone but if you’re a fan of either christmas music or bob dylan, or both, definitely give it a shot. plus, all proceeds from the album sales in the u.s. will be donated, now and in perpetuity, to feeding america, which guarantees that over 1.4 million families will be provided with meals this holiday season. proceeds from sales in the u.k. and worldwide will go to the charities crisis and the world food programme, respectively.
check out this really cute video, by painter/animator jeff scher, for bob dylan’s “little drummer boy”:
for more info, visit bob dylan’s website.