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2020 ROUGH AND ROWDY WAYS

 

 

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JANUARY – FEBRUARY

 


40510

Sunset Sound Recorders

 

Los Angeles, California

 

JanuaryFebruary 2020

 

 

1.

I Contain Multitudes

2.

False Prophet

3.

My Own Version Of You

4.

I’ve Made Up My Mind To Give Myself To You

5.

Black Rider

6.

Goodbye Jimmy Reed

7.

Mother Of Muses

8.

Crossing The Rubicon

9.

Key West (Philosopher Pirate)

10.

Murder Most Foul

 


 

1-10 Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), Charlie Sexton (guitar), Robert Britt (guitar), Tony Garnier (bass).

2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Matt Chamberlain (drums).

5 Matt Chamberlain (percussion).

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 Blake Mills (guitar).

4 Charlie Sexton, Tommy Rhodes & Fiona Apple (background vocals).

6, 10 Benmont Tench (hammond organ).

9 Donnie Herron (accordion).

10 Donnie Herron (violin).

10 Alan Pasqua (piano).

10 Fiona Apple (piano).

 

Official releases

1-9 released on Bob Dylan: Rough and Rowdy Ways, CD 1, Columbia Records 19439780982, 19 June 2020.

10 released on Bob Dylan: Rough and Rowdy Ways, CD 2, Columbia Records 19439780982, 19 June 2020.

 

References

The Ballad of Blake Mills.                    

Crossing The Rubicon.

I Contain Multitudes.

Jimmy Reed.

Bob Dylan. Rough and Rowdy Way. Review by Charles O. Hartman, Connecticut College.. Dylan Review volume 2.1.

Murder Most Foul by  Anne Margaret Daniel, New School. Dylan Review volume 2.1.

Richard F. Thomas, “And I Crossed the Rubicon”: Another Classical Dylan. Dylan Review volume 2.1.

In Isis #207-208:

Paul Wood: And Then There Were Two, pages 9-11.

Derek Barker & Friends: Murder Most Foul. A review, pages 23-36.

Michael Moore: I Contain Multitudes, pages 60-61.

Derek Barker: I Contain Multitudes, pages 65-67.

In Isis #209:

Terry Gans: Such Is Life, pages 20-21.

John Carvill: Things Have Changed (Again), pages 26-31.

Derek Barker: He Contains Mulitudes, pages 39-46.

In The Bridge #67:

Roy Kelly: Rubyk’s Cube. A Murder Inquiry and Bob Dylan’s New Songs, pages 15-27.

Christopher Rollason: Tangled Up In Quotes: Intertextuality in Bob Dylan’s Rough And Rowdy Ways, pages 37-41.

Flemming G. Andersen: Rough And Rowdy Ways, pages 43-47.

Roy Kelly: The Songs That Know Themselves. A review of 49-57.

David Pichaske: Bob Dylan’s Rough And Rowdy Ways, pages 59-73.

Vince Farinaccio: A Moderate Proposal, pages 74-75.

Gavin Selerie: Rough And Rowdy Ways, pages 77-83.

John Hughes ‘That Pirate Radio Signal’: Dylan’s Rough And Rowdy Ways, pages 85-91.

 

Notes

Without confirmation from Bob Dylan's office, this session listing remains speculative with regard to who played what on each track. Thank you for your patience as we all await more information to emerge in the coming years.

1 available on YouTube from 16 April 2020.

2 available on YouTube from 9 May 2020.

10 available as streaming audio from BobDylan.com from 27 March 2020.

Stereo studio recordings, 70 minutes.

 

 

Session info created 22 June 2020.

Session info updated 30 August 2020.