Chris Gregory discusses Bob Dylan's politico-comic song MOTORPSYCHO NITEMARE
Bob Dylan has written many love songs in his career, many of which, like Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right or One of Us Must Know, adopt a resigned or philosophical approach to a failed relationship. Some, like Girl from the North Country or Boots of Spanish Leather, take a more romantic, if...
This is an extract from my recent book DETERMINED TO STAND: THE REINVENTION OF BOB DYLAN dealing with Dylan's slyly ambiguous BLACK RIDER
An examination of Dylan's underated epic from 'Desire' BLACK DIAMOND BAY
Chris examines three key songs from JOHN WESLEY HARDING
A detailed 'deep dive' into Bob Dylan's 1965 masterpiece DESOLATION ROW
An examination of two very dark songs from BLOOD ON THE TRACKS, If You See Her Say Hello and You're a Big Girl Now
Chris takes a look sat Dylan's great unreleased 1975 song ABANDONED LOVE
Announcement of Dylan and the Dead weekend in Portsmouth
More on Nashville Skyline I Threw It All Away The next song, I Threw It All Away, is the album’s piece de resistance. Whereas in To Be Alone with You Dylan plays with clichés in a humorous way, in this song he experiments with how it can be used for serious poetic effect. It...