The Robert Zimmerman (umm..) Appreciation Thread

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Postby Prez » 10 Oct 2015, 19:04

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Re: The Robert Zimmerman (umm..) Appreciation Thread

Postby Colonel Angus » 20 Oct 2015, 10:25

MisterTambourineMan wrote:
Colonel Angus wrote:So which version, MTM?


How many of those takes do you think you already have? God love Dylan, he's damn-near Jagger-levels at bilking the rubes for more dough.


Part of the "new" stuff is this unreleased version of Subterranean Homesick Blues.
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Re: The Robert Zimmerman (umm..) Appreciation Thread

Postby chrisco » 06 Aug 2016, 21:55

A come at me bro top 5 Dylan list....

1. Isis - Visions of Johanna, Just Like Tom Thumb Blues, Ballad of a Thin Man, Hurricane are all great Dylan songs. This is known. What if Bob combined all of those into a single song? Wouldn't that be his best song? Wait, what if I told you that he also tossed in some Mozambique into this track. Well surely it would be his greatest song of all time. Not only that, but Bobstradamus also predicted the rise of Mesopotamian grave robbery and actually named that group before it even existed.

Isis is easily his best track. Come at me bro.

2. When I Paint My Masterpiece - This song is so good that Bob wanted the Band to perform it first. Later on the Dead took it up. All I'll say is that one day everything will be smooth like a rhapsody, but this is a masterpiece. Come at me bro.

3. Don't Think Twice, Its All Right - Snark, folk tradition, more snark, more folk tradition. Come at me bro.

4. One Headlight - I'll invoke the transitive property here. A song written by the dad, sung by the son. That's double the Dylan but also condensed Dylan. Come at me bro.
5. Quinn the Eskimo - Again, the best of Bob is not originally sung by Bob. It doesn't make the list for either version though, it makes the list for being the beat underneath the Beastie's Do It as well as a great rollicking basement tape. Cleary the best Bob is when he's not trying to be Bob. See One Headlight and Come at me bro.

5. Must Be Santa - Come at me bro.

HM - I Shall Be Released. It's not Nina Simone's best cover (that would be To Love Somebody), but its a tremendous cover.
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Re: The Robert Zimmerman (umm..) Appreciation Thread

Postby babylurch » 06 Aug 2016, 22:04

chrisco wrote:A come at me bro top 5 Dylan list....

1. Isis - Visions of Johanna, Just Like Tom Thumb Blues, Ballad of a Thin Man, Hurricane are all great Dylan songs. This is known. What if Bob combined all of those into a single song? Wouldn't that be his best song? Wait, what if I told you that he also tossed in some Mozambique into this track. Well surely it would be his greatest song of all time. Not only that, but Bobstradamus also predicted the rise of Mesopotamian grave robbery and actually named that group before it even existed.

Isis is easily his best track. Come at me bro.

2. When I Paint My Masterpiece - This song is so good that Bob wanted the Band to perform it first. Later on the Dead took it up. All I'll say is that one day everything will be smooth like a rhapsody, but this is a masterpiece. Come at me bro.

3. Don't Think Twice, Its All Right - Snark, folk tradition, more snark, more folk tradition. Come at me bro.

4. One Headlight - I'll invoke the transitive property here. A song written by the dad, sung by the son. That's double the Dylan but also condensed Dylan. Come at me bro.
5. Quinn the Eskimo - Again, the best of Bob is not originally sung by Bob. It doesn't make the list for either version though, it makes the list for being the beat underneath the Beastie's Do It as well as a great rollicking basement tape. Cleary the best Bob is when he's not trying to be Bob. See One Headlight and Come at me bro.

5. Must Be Santa - Come at me bro.

HM - I Shall Be Released. It's not Nina Simone's best cover (that would be To Love Somebody), but its a tremendous cover.

Good call on Isis, but it is behind Joey, King of the Streets, Child of Pain, indeed.
Rounding out the top five are Simple Twist of Fate, Tom Thumb's Blues and Blowing in the Wind.
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Re: The Robert Zimmerman (umm..) Appreciation Thread

Postby bosux » 07 Aug 2016, 18:52

chrisco wrote:A come at me bro top 5 Dylan list....



2. When I Paint My Masterpiece - This song is so good that Bob wanted the Band to perform it first. Later on the Dead took it up. All I'll say is that one day everything will be smooth like a rhapsody, but this is a masterpiece. Come at me bro.



what do you think about that, jerry?

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Re: The Robert Zimmerman (umm..) Appreciation Thread

Postby MisterTambourineMan » 08 Aug 2016, 08:18

chrisco wrote:A come at me bro top 5 Dylan list....

1. Isis - Visions of Johanna, Just Like Tom Thumb Blues, Ballad of a Thin Man, Hurricane are all great Dylan songs. This is known. What if Bob combined all of those into a single song? Wouldn't that be his best song? Wait, what if I told you that he also tossed in some Mozambique into this track. Well surely it would be his greatest song of all time. Not only that, but Bobstradamus also predicted the rise of Mesopotamian grave robbery and actually named that group before it even existed.

Isis is easily his best track. Come at me bro.


I can live with this taek. This is for Leonard! if he's still here.


2. When I Paint My Masterpiece - This song is so good that Bob wanted the Band to perform it first. Later on the Dead took it up. All I'll say is that one day everything will be smooth like a rhapsody, but this is a masterpiece. Come at me bro.


Bob's version is better. Come at me bro.

3. Don't Think Twice, Its All Right - Snark, folk tradition, more snark, more folk tradition. Come at me bro.


Snarky 'eff this bitch' Dylan is the best Dylan. TRU Baez fans know what I'm talking about.

4. One Headlight - I'll invoke the transitive property here. A song written by the dad, sung by the son. That's double the Dylan but also condensed Dylan. Come at me bro.


I have long maintained Dylan just handed this to Jakob and said "Oh, I wasn't there for you that much growing up? Here, have a career you dip."

5. Quinn the Eskimo - Again, the best of Bob is not originally sung by Bob. It doesn't make the list for either version though, it makes the list for being the beat underneath the Beastie's Do It as well as a great rollicking basement tape. Cleary the best Bob is when he's not trying to be Bob. See One Headlight and Come at me bro.

5. Must Be Santa - Come at me bro.


Who laughs this way - ho ho ho?


HM - I Shall Be Released. It's not Nina Simone's best cover (that would be To Love Somebody), but its a tremendous cover.


Nina Simone covered Just LIke a Woman. That is her best cover. Come at me bro.
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Re: The Robert Zimmerman (umm..) Appreciation Thread

Postby JichaelDick » 08 Aug 2016, 22:54

Never realized anyone ever covered "Oxford Town."

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Re: The Robert Zimmerman (umm..) Appreciation Thread

Postby JichaelDick » 13 Oct 2016, 07:12

TVF wannabe - Mon Jan 30, 2017 1:42 pm: ...a good rule of thumb is if you post some thing like that and IMS quickly jumps in with an uncomfortable reference you went too far
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Re: The Robert Zimmerman (umm..) Appreciation Thread

Postby Rodney Farva » 17 Nov 2016, 13:20

You coin contrarian bro and say shit nonsense like this.
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Re: The Robert Zimmerman (umm..) Appreciation Thread

Postby MisterTambourineMan » 17 Nov 2016, 13:33

Rodney Farva wrote:so gracious



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