Untold Dylan Showcase: Rev. Kevin Waters, “Tomorrow is a long time”

Over the years we have put on this site one or two recordings created by readers who have been performing Dylan songs. Often these have been songs that Dylan himself hasn’t performed, or indeed their own arrangement of a Dylan song.

This is now being formalised a little through the Untold Dylan Showcase series which features amateur performers, and so with these submissions, I would ask those listening and looking to keep in mind that there is no connection between an amateur performing on his or her own in a home recording environment, with a piece performed by a professional musician in a professional studio.

If you would like to submit either an original song of your own, or a Dylan cover, or indeed anything else, just send it to Tony@schools.co.uk

Today’s piece is from Rev. Kevin Waters who simply said, “I saw the invite to submit covers. And I loved Houston’s FY.  I’m not in his league, but I felt like I should submit an a cappella version of TIALT.

“I serve as a pastor.  Everything’s on line vs. in-person d/t Virus Crisis.   So our digital worship includes me singing hymns a capella….

“I’ve been practicing.  And liking it.   I hope you find it acceptable.   Thanks for what you do.  I love your site.”

Here’s the recording.


Rev. Kevin Waters

Kevin adds, I’m on Facebook as Kevin Waters, Pleasant Plain Presbyterian church is where I serve.  Our website is: pleasantplainchurch.org    It’s occasionally under construction to make it more modern.  Lol.

Previously in this series…

What else is on the site?

We have a very lively discussion group “Untold Dylan” on Facebook with over 3600 active members.  (Try imagining a place where it is always safe and warm).  Just type the phrase “Untold Dylan” in, on your Facebook page or follow this link 

You’ll find some notes about our latest posts arranged by themes and subjects on the home page of this site.  You can also see details of our main sections on this site at the top of this page under the picture.

The index to all the 602 Dylan compositions and co-compositions that we have found on the A to Z page.

If you are interested in Dylan’s work from a particular year or era, your best place to start is Bob Dylan year by year.

On the other hand if you would like to write for this website, or indeed have an idea for a series of articles that the regular writers might want to have a go at, please do drop a line with details of your idea, or if you prefer, a whole article to Tony@schools.co.uk

And please do note our friends at  The Bob Dylan Project, which lists every Dylan song in alphabetical order, and has links to licensed recordings and performances by Dylan and by other artists, plus links back to our reviews (which we do appreciate).

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