Play Lady Play is a collection of articles relating to interpretations of Bob Dylan’s songs by lady performers.
Throughout the recordings are selected by Aaron Galbraith, based in the USA. Aaron then sends his selection to Tony Attwood in England who then writes the commentary.
There’s no special reason why we chose to do it this way, but it just seems like a fun way to create the reviews. It works for us – we can only hope it does for you.
- Play Lady Play: Shot of love, Infidels, Empire
- Play Lady Play: When the lady sang and Bob was in the band
- Play Lady Play: foreign language lady-Dylans like you have never heard.
- Play Lady Play: Time out of mind
- Play Lady Play: the alternative rockers
- Play Lady Play in the 21st century
- From “me me me” to exquisite interpretations
- Play Lady Play: the joyful remembrance of staggering performances
- Play lady play: Bettye LaVette – and a kiss on the mouth
- When a woman sings Just like a woman and beats the bass issue
- Play lady play: I believe in you.
- The strange the eccentric and the beautiful
- Play Lady Play: A simple twist of fate
- Play lady play: the strange ones, the eccentric, and the beautiful
- Knocking the pony with the sisterhood
- Play Lady Play: female cover versions of Basement Tapes songs