- Tiny Montgomery: the content subordinate, the approach scatological.
- Sir Robert Dylan And William Shakespeare
- “Nothing to it” Bob Dylan contemplates nilhilism in the 1960s.
- Even spontaneity had become a blind goat. Bob Dylan’s “Everything is Broken”
- “Gone but not forgotten.” The only place you will find the lyrics to this Dylan song
- Who Actually Writes Bob Dylan’s Song Lyrics?
- Gone But Not Forgotten: another Dylan oddity found, but your help is needed.
- Baby, Stop Crying: it really don’t matter how the record sells
- Bob Dylan’s Little Log Cabin In The Rain
- “Married to my hack”. Bob Dylan’s close relationship with a journalist?
Indexes and reference pages
- A classification of Dylan’s songs
- About the reviews
- Alphabetical index of Dylan’s songs
- Bob Dylan year by year; decade by decade
- Bob Dylan’s Themes
- Dylan at the movies
- Dylan in depth
- Dylan songs of the 1960s
- Dylan songs of the 1970s
- Dylan songs of the 1980s
- Dylan songs of the 1990s
- Dylan songs of the 21st century
- Dylan’s creativity
- Dylan’s forgotten gems
- Dylan’s lighter side
- Dylan’s Opening Lines: an index
- Index of citations
- Influences On Bob Dylan
- Poets and themes within Bob Dylan’s work
- Untold Dylan: “I’ll let you be in my dream if I can be in yours”
- Untold Themes
- Untold writers
- Updated reviews: Song reviews we’ve expanded and extended
Category Archives: Blood on the Tracks
By Tony Attwood This is another example of why the notion of looking at the songs in the order in which they were written, rather than how they appeared on an album, really pays dividends. Just look at the list … Continue reading
By Tony Attwood Updated 22 October 2017, with addition (at the end) of a link to the original version. According to Dylan’s notebooks, this was the third of the Blood on the Tracks songs written. The order of writing … Continue reading
This review (updated 10 August 2017) is of the original album version of “Tangled”. For the review of the completely revised “Real Live” version please see here 10 August 2017: link to live version video added at end of the … Continue reading
There can be few opening chord sequences as distinctive as Dylan’s minor-4th, 5th, Tonic sequence which opens “Idiot Wind”. And there can be few opening lines to a song as distinctive as “Someone’s got it in for me, they’re printing … Continue reading