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Subject: Re: Mystery Blues # 12 & 35
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On Nov 14, 12:27=A0pm, gemjack <geminijackso...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Sounds good too!
> Bob Dylan opened his show at Chicago's United Center last Friday with
> an instrumental blues jam. To many in the audience, it sounded like an
> instrumental version of "Watching the River Flow" or "Rainy Day Women
> # 12 and 35." The next day, Dylan's official website listed the song
> as an instrumental rendition of "Rainy Day Women," but the reliable
> Bob Links listed it as "Sweet Home Chicago." To further complicate
> matters, Dylan's website later changed the title to "Instrumental
> Blues." That didn't exactly clear things up.
> The guitar work definitely sounds like Dylan's current version of
> "Watching The River Flow" at times, but it's also easy to hear "Sweet
> Home Chicago" later in the song. One can also detect bits of "Rainy
> Day Women" if you're listening for them. Are they doing some sort of
> crazy medley? Might this be a situation where the band doesn't know
> exactly what Dylan wanted them to play? This past July, Dylan opened
> his show by singing "Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat" before switching into
> "Watching The River Flow" after a few lines, so they've definitely had
> similar difficulties in the recent past.
> Read more:http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/bob-dylans-mystery-blues=
Thnaks geej, that was fun.
i'm clearly hearing "Winterlude".