May 242011

“Father of Night” by Manfred Mann’s Earth Band (originally on New Morning)

“Floater (Too Much to Ask)” by Swamp Dylan (originally on Love & Theft)

“Forever Young” by Johnny Cash (originally on Planet Waves)

“Forgetful Heart” by Rhythm Moonwall (originally on Together Through Life)

“From a Buick 6” by Johnny Winter (originally on Highway 61 Revisited)

“Gates of Eden” by Arlo Guthrie (originally on Bringing It All Back Home)

“Girl from the North Country” by Monsters of Folk (originally on The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan)

“God Knows” by The Jamie Saft Trio (originally on Under the Red Sky)

“Goin’ to Acapulco” by Jim James and Calexico (originally on The Basement Tapes)

“Going, Going, Gone” by Richard Hell and the Voidoids (originally on Planet Waves)

“Gonna Change My Way of Thinking” by Jose Angel (originally on Slow Train Coming)

“Gotta Serve Somebody” by Judy Collins (originally on Slow Train Coming)

“The Groom’s Still Waiting at the Alter” by Elkie Brooks (originally on Shot of Love)

“Had a Dream About You Baby” by Swamp Dylan (originally on Down in the Groove)

“Handy Dandy” by The Stellar Owls (originally on Under the Red Sky)

“A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall” by Jason Mraz (originally on The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan)

“Hazel” by Wim Kuipers (originally on Planet Waves)

“Heart of Mine” by Mountain (originally on Shot of Love)

“High Water (For Charlie Patton)” by Barb Jungr (originally on Love & Theft)

“Highlands” by Kjarten Haug (originally on Time Out of Mind)

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  10 Responses to “Dylan Covers A-Z: “Father of Night” – “Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues””

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  1. 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:

  2. Oh! So much to listen to, thanks! Here’s another one, “Simple twist of fate” in Spanish :)

  3. “It takes a lot to laugh, it takes a train to cry” Taj Mahal:

  4. 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,,

  5. 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!!

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