Monday, May 24, 2010

The one Bob.

Songs I had not heard before from today's birthday boy. I gotta say he's the best, ever. At times he has pissed me off, but overall there's no one better.


Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

At times he has pissed me off, but overall there's no one better.

Not even Dejvid Bovi?

Another Kiwi said...

It's a close call, of course, but Dylan edges him out in terms of sunglasses aplomb.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

he never wrote a song about Gidzilla.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...



Zombie leaving bait for hisself. Pathetic, that is.

merc said...

I was ordered to read a poem at the sorority women's home, I got knowcked down and my head was swimmin' I ended up with the Dean of the Women.

Bob Zimmerman Dylan.

I'm a poet I know it hope I don't blow it.

All this and WW3, Bob Dylan.

mikey said...

After I got DEROSd in December 1970 I had no idea who I was or what had happened to me. I not only lacked the words to describe it, I lacked a language that might include words that could describe it. As the years went by, I accepted this is the way of things.

Then there was "Blood on the Tracks", wherein Bob told me there were at least words that could say what I was feeling. In English, no less.

I'll never stop being grateful. And I'll never be able to listen to "Shelter from the Storm" without tearing up. Alas, this is the cost of being such a wimp...

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I think the best Bob concert I saw was in Atlantic City (not an early Bob, more of a 90s Bob).

But he rocked it, and I have to respect.

M. Bouffant said...

If dogs run free, why can't we?