Over 2700 articles
and over 10,000 comments…
A list of our recent posts appears in the right hand column, near the top. But in case you can’t see that (for example if reading this site on a mobile phone) that list of the most recent articles, with links, also appears at the foot of this column.
In both (right column and foot of this page) you can find a search button to seek out a particular article although please note that this does not work with apostrophes (for reasons that will not become clear at this point).
Below are the series which have recently had articles added. Other series are listed above under the picture. You can find out more about our authors on the Untold Writers page. If you would like to write for Untold Dylan please email your article (ideally as a word file) to Tony@schools.co.uk
Some of the series which have been completed in the past are now saved in Untold Themes.
Recent articles and series…
On the right hand column and again at the foot of this column is a list of recent articles. Many of these articles form part of a series and in most cases at the top of each article is a list of the previous articles in the series.
Among the series current running are those listed below. If you don’t see an episode listed on the right or at the foot of this page, then go to the search box and type in the name of the series and that should bring up the latest or last episode, which will have within it links to previous episodes.
Also at the very top of this page just under the picture you will find a list of other series that may be of interest.
Recent and current series
- Dylan Cover a Day: no longer published each day but still looking at the very best cover versions of Dylan’s work.
- Till I fell in love with you: the song reviewed in depth
- Bob Dylan and The Fighting Irish
- Bob Dylan’s recordings of songs written by other people
- The Never Ending Tour
- Bob Dylan and Jezebel
- The Crimson King series
- Red River Shore
- The lost Dylan Bromberg sessions
- Dirt Road Blues
- The mysteries of Bob
- Dylan released and unreleased
- Why does Dylan like…?
- The art work of Bob Dylan’s albums
- Dylan re-writes Dylan
- Dylan’s nominations and awards
- Specials and Retrospectives
“Tell Ol’ Bill” is a favorite among hardcore Dylan fans like Tony Attwood at Untold Dylan, who called it “one of Dylan’s two greatest works of all time” and wrote a fascinating piece tracing its origins through several bootleg versions. As documented there, the singer tried a few approaches, from one version that echoes the groove of “Thunder on the Mountain” to another that’s more reminiscent of “It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry.” “Gradually,” Attwood writes, “Dylan moves towards the masterpiece that we have come to know.”
Thank you Rolling Stone. I knew you’d find us one day – Tony
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