Tag: Bob Dylan

Ring them bells Sweet Martha / For the poor man’s son

Saturday, 25 February, 2012

Produced by Daniel Lanois and hailed by critics as a triumph, Oh Mercy was Bob Dylan’s 26th studio album. It was released in 1989, which was 12 years before Sarah Jarosz was born in Austin, Texas. She picked up the mandolin at 10 and a decade later she was being called “a songwriter of uncommon […]

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I Believe in You

Saturday, 18 February, 2012

“I believe in you when winter turn to summer / I believe in you when white turn to black,” wrote Bob Dylan back in 1979 when he was putting his Slow Train Coming album together. With I Believe in You he pulled off a double combo: an impressive ballad and a beautiful pop song. Here’s […]

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