Dylan Covers A-Z presents covers of every single Bob Dylan song. View the full series here.
We began our celebrations yesterday, but today, in fact, is the big day. On May 24th, 1941, Bob Dylan was born at St. Mary’s Hospital in Duluth, Minnesota. Twenty-one years later he released his first album and ever since…well, you know.
We continue our week-long series presenting covers of every single Dylan song with “Father of Night,” one of several Dylan songs that Manfred Mann rescued from obscurity. From there we hit songs by Jeff Buckley, The White Stripes, George Harrison, and, oh, about 54 more. Hours of music, and we’re not even halfway done!
Click the pages below to get started (though, if you didn’t see it yet, you might want to start with the first installment). Happy birthday, Bob.
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Thanks, Never can get enough Dylan covers! I hope the creepy but wonderful Leningrad Cowboys version make the “Knockin’ on Heavens Door” list. I also this this Jimmy LaFave recording of “I Shall Be Released” with guests, video only sorry: http://youtu.be/UlFy7lYsUJ0
Oh! So much to listen to, thanks! Here’s another one, “Simple twist of fate” in Spanish :) http://www.torredecanciones.com/2011/05/nacho-vegas-un-simple-giro-del-destino.html
“It takes a lot to laugh, it takes a train to cry” Taj Mahal: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0yfzRZZvaY
thank you very kindly for putting one of my dylan covers on here,, i thought i had a couple better ones, but i am really suprised you put something on here,, cheers,,
probably my best one,,http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRayUWkKX50
Re: covers of Blood on the Tracks, Mary Lee’s Corvette covered the entire album in a live concert cd. It is really quite good!!