Podcast: Dylan at 75
Episode #16-24 | airing 6-15-16

Bob Dylan celebrated his 75th birthday on May 24th. This week’s program celebrates Bob and features some great covers of his tunes and some rare recordings of Bob as artist and sideman. We’ll hear classic songs from Ian & Sylvia, John Martyn, Johnny Cash, Fairport Convention, the Byrds, The Carolina Chocolate Frops and many more. Happy Birthday Bob!

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Artist / “Title” / CD / Label

Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer” / Songs Of Hope And Struggle /
        Smithsonian-Folkways

Flatt & Scruggs / “Nashville Skyline Rag” / The Essential Flatt &
         Scruggs / Columbia
Harry Belafonte / “Midnight Special” / Midnight Special / Wounded
        Bird
Peter, Paul & Mary ? “blowin’ in the Wind” / In the Wind / Warner
        Brothers
Ian & Sylvia / “Tomorrow is a Long Time” / Four Strong Winds /
        Vanguard
John Martyn / “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” / London
        Conversation / Island

Fairport Convention / “Percy’s Song” / Live at the BBC / Island
Johnny Cash / “One Too Many Mornings” / Bootleg Vol. II /
        Columbia Legacy
The Byrds / “My Back Pages” / Younger Than Yesterday / Columbia
        Legacy
JD Crowe / “Nashville Skyline Rag” / Foggy Mountain Special-A
        Tribute to Earl Scruggs / Rounder

Dick Farina & Eric Von Schmidt / “Glory, Glory” / Dick Farina
        & Eric Von Schmidt / Solano
Bob Dylan / “Handsome Molly” / Live at the Gaslight 1962 /
        Columbia Legacy
Bob Dylan / “Roll On John” / There is No Eye-Music for
        Photographs / Smithsonian Folkways
Bob Dylan / “Bob Dylan’s Dream” / Bob Dylan in Concert-Brandeis
        University 1963 / Columbia Legacy

Marcus Mumford & Taylor Goldsmith / “Kansas City” / Lost on
        the River: The New Basement Tapes Harvest
Carolina Chocolate Drops / “Political World” / Chimes of Freedom-
        The Songs of Bob Dylan / Fontana
Pete Seeger / “If I Had a Hammer (excerpt)” / Songs of Hope and Struggle /
        Smithsonian Folkways


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