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7:30pm BROMBIES BLUEGRASS
7:30pm KULAK'S WOODSHED OPEN MIC (SIGNUP AT 7:00PM)
THE RHYMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN’
TITLE: THE LYRICS: SINCE 1962
AUTHOR: BOB DYLAN
EDITOR: CHRISTOPHER RICKS, LISA NEMROW, JULIE NEMROW
PUBLISHER: SIMON AND SCHUSTER
RELEASE DATE: OCTOBER 28, 2014 (NYC)
The most complete collection of Bob Dylan’s lyrics we are likely to see in our lifetime has just been published, and the most notable thing about it is the juxtaposition of Dylan’s lyrical changes in many songs from their original recorded versions to the printed versions to the various live recorded versions, yielding in some cases three rather different texts. Each section is framed by a full-size replica of the original album cover, in full color front and back. The dimensions of the LP determined the size of the book.
As my rabbi pointed out after seeing Dylan’s third concert at the Dolby Theatre (I reviewed the first in these pages) Bob seemed to have altered the lyrics my rabbi knew in both Tangled Up in Blue and Simple Twist of Fate. What gives? He wondered; we are accustomed to hearing different tempos, arrangements, instrumentation, even melodies for many of Dylan’s classic songs in live performance; now must we also get used to different lyrics? At what point do we find it difficult to think we heard the same song?
So I decided to order the $200, 961 page, 13 pound book and find out for myself. It just arrived from Barnes & Noble in NYC and what can I say? Rabbi, Things Have Changed.
AN EVENING WITH BOB & DAN
Saturday, MAY 11, 2012
Santa Monica History Museum
1350 7th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Box Office 7:00pm Concert 8:00pm
FolkWorks is pleased to announce the next concert in our series at the Santa Monica History Museum.
The concert on Saturday, May 11 features Bob Carlin on Banjo and Dan Levenson on Fiddle.
A concert of old time music by two long time old time friends. Bob Carlin and Dan Levenson have spent their lives traveling the backroads of America playing and presenting our unique musical traditions. Take a journey with these two old time music masters through their experiences of the last forty years. hear fiddle, banjo, guitar and voice utilized in various combinations to tell their story of learning our nation’s great musical traditions from its past masters.
The Santa Monica History Museum is the perfect venue for this intimate, acoustic concert. The museum is a nonprofit community cultural center, dedicated to preserving and sharing regional history. It will be open to concertgoers at 7:00pm for viewing museum galleries prior to the concert.
FolkWorks is a nonprofit dedicated to preserving and promoting the folk/traditional arts. They have published an e-zine and presented concerts since 2001.The next concert at the Museum will be on September 7.
Concert: $15 FolkWorks members ($65 level and above) $13
Tickets will be at will-call
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Mail check (include telephone # and e-mail address) to:
PO Box 55051
Sherman Oaks, CA 91413
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