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« Senaste inlägg av Mingela skrivet 15 januari, 2021, 14:40:08 »
Hej,

Jag vet inte om detta är rätt tråd, men jag hittade ingen om böcker... Rätta mig om jag är på fel plats.

"Sven-Erik Klinkmann: Dylans lögndetektor - en essä om tiden
Tiden är ett återkommande tema i Bob Dylans sånger. Om det mångfasetterade tidsbegreppet hos Nobelpristagaren, med särskilt fokus på hans senare skivor. Boken utkommer på Dylans 80-årsdag den 24 maj. Ellips"

Notisen ovan stod i Hufvudstadsbladet, jag vet inget mer om saken annat än vad Wikipedia säger om författaren: Sven-Erik Klinkmann, född 30 januari 1947 i Vasa, är en finländsk författare, journalist och kulturforskare.

Klinkmann inledde sin bana som redaktör vid Vasabladet, där han var verksam 1970–1975 och 1978–1982. Åren 1985–1988 skötte han redaktörskapet för tidskriften Horisont. I sitt författarskap söker sig Klinkmann gärna till gränsland mellan olika genrer. Han har publicerat diktsamlingar, bland annat Den anonyma trädgården (1995), en biografi över Vasabladets mångårige chefredaktör Birger Thölix (1993), doktorsavhandlingen Elvis Presley – den karnevalistiska kungen (1998) och På drömmarnas marknad. Ikoner, fantasibilder och klichéer i populärkulturen (2006).

Klinkmann blev filosofie doktor 1999. I sin forskning har han koncentrerat sig på populärkulturens roll i samhället.




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Dylan / SV: 50th anniversary collection 1970 (3CD set)
« Senaste inlägg av Anders S skrivet 18 december, 2020, 15:54:51 »
https://www.bobdylanisis.com/product/bob-dylan-1970-collection/  :d5: :party:



UK Release date: 26th Feb 2021

By Popular Demand, Bob Dylan – 1970 (50th Anniversary Collection) to Be Widely Released by Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings on February 26, 2021

 3-Disc Collection of Previously Unavailable Studio Performances includes Complete May 1,1970 Session featuring George Harrison

 Bob Dylan – 1970, the first widely available pressing of a three-disc collection of long-sought-after studio recordings, on Friday, February 26.

 The recordings on Bob Dylan – 1970 were first released in a limited edition on December 4 as part of the Bob Dylan – 50th Anniversary Collection copyright extension series (which began in 2012). The buzz surrounding the 1970 performances, notably Dylan’s studio sit-down with George Harrison on May 1, created a demand for a broader release of these historic tracks.

Includes previously unreleased outtakes from the sessions that produced Self Portrait and New Morning as well as the complete May 1, 1970 studio recordings with George Harrison, which capture the pair performing together on nine tracks, including Dylan originals (“One Too Many Mornings,” “Gates of Eden,” “Mama, You Been On My Mind”), covers (the Everly Brothers’ “All I Have to Do Is Dream,” Carl Perkins’ “Matchbox”) and more.

Housed in an 8-panel digipack featuring new cover art and liner notes by Michael Simmons.

Disc 1
March 3, 1970
1.   I Can’t Help but Wonder Where I’m Bound
2.   Universal Soldier – Take 1
3.   Spanish Is the Loving Tongue – Take 1
4.   Went to See the Gypsy – Take 2
5.   Went to See the Gypsy – Take 3
6.   Woogie Boogie
March 4, 1970
1.   Went to See the Gypsy – Take 4
2.   Thirsty Boots – Take 1
March 5, 1970
1.   Little Moses – Take 1
2.   Alberta – Take 2
3.   Come All You Fair and Tender Ladies – Take 1
4.   Things About Comin’ My Way – Takes 2 & 3
5.   Went to See the Gypsy – Take 6
6.   Untitled 1970 Instrumental #1
7.   Come a Little Bit Closer – Take 2
8.   Alberta – Take 5
Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, piano
David Bromberg – guitar, dobro, bass
Al Kooper – organ, piano
Emanuel Green – violin
Stu Woods – bass
Alvin Rogers – drums
Hilda Harris, Albertine Robinson, Maeretha Stewart – background vocals
May 1, 1970
1.   Sign on the Window – Take 2
2.   Sign on the Window – Takes 3-5
3.   If Not for You – Take 1
4.   Time Passes Slowly – Rehearsal
5.   If Not for You – Take 2
6.   If Not for You – Take 3
7.   Song to Woody – Take 1
8.   Mama, You Been on My Mind – Take 1
9.   Yesterday – Take 1

Disc 2
1.   Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues – Take 1
2.   Medley: I Met Him on a Sunday (Ronde-Ronde)/Da Doo Ron Ron – Take 1
3.   One Too Many Mornings – Take 1
4.   Ghost Riders in the Sky – Take 1
5.   Cupid – Take 1
6.   All I Have to Do Is Dream – Take 1
7.   Gates of Eden – Take 1
8.   I Threw It All Away – Take 1
9.   I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) – Take 1
10.   Matchbox – Take 1
11.   Your True Love – Take 1
12.   Telephone Wire – Take 1
13.   Fishing Blues – Take 1
14.   Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance – Take 1
15.   Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 – Take 1
16.   It Ain’t Me Babe
17.   If Not for You
18.   Sign on the Window – Take 1
19.   Sign on the Window – Take 2
20.   Sign on the Window – Take 3
Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica
George Harrison – guitar, vocals (Disc 1, Tracks 20 & 24 and Disc 2, Tracks 2-3, 6-7, 10-11, & 16)
Bob Johnston – piano (Disc 1, Tracks 24-25 and Disc 2, Tracks 1-3)
Charlie Daniels – bass
Russ Kunkel – drums 
June 1, 1970
1.   Alligator Man
2.   Alligator Man [rock version]
3.   Alligator Man [country version]
4.   Sarah Jane 1
5.   Sign on the Window
6.   Sarah Jane 2
 
Disc 3
June 2, 1970
1.   If Not for You – Take 1
2.   If Not for You – Take 2
June 3, 1970
1.   Jamaica Farewell
2.   Can’t Help Falling in Love
3.   Long Black Veil
4.   One More Weekend
June 4, 1970
1.   Bring Me Little Water, Sylvie – Take 1
2.   Three Angels
3.   Tomorrow Is a Long Time – Take 1
4.   Tomorrow Is a Long Time – Take 2
5.   New Morning
6.   Untitled 1970 Instrumental #2
June 5, 1970
1.   Went to See the Gypsy
2.   Sign on the Window – stereo mix
3.   Winterlude
4.   I Forgot to Remember to Forget 1
5.   I Forgot to Remember to Forget 2
6.   Lily of the West – Take 2
7.   Father of Night – rehearsal
8.   Lily of the West
Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica
David Bromberg – guitar, dobro, mandolin
Ron Cornelius – guitar
Al Kooper – organ
Charlie Daniels – bass, guitar
Russ Kunkel – drums
Background vocalists unknown
 
August 12, 1970
1.   If Not for You – Take 1
2.   If Not for You – Take 2
3.   Day of the Locusts – Take 2
Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, harmonica
Buzzy Feiten – guitar
Other musicians unknown
 
March 3-5 and May 1, 1970 sessions took place at Studio B, Columbia Recording Studios, New York City, New York
June 1-5 and August 12, 1970 sessions took place at Studio E, Columbia Recording Studios, New York City, New York
 
All songs written by Bob Dylan, except: “I Can’t Help but Wonder Where I’m Bound” by Tom Paxton; “Universal Soldier” by Buffy Sainte-Marie; “Spanish Is the Loving Tongue,” “Alberta,” “Come All You Fair and Tender Ladies,” “Things About Comin’ My Way,” “Fishing Blues,” “Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance,” “Bring Me Little Water, Sylvie,” “Lily of the West” traditional, arranged by Bob Dylan; “Little Moses” by A.P. Carter; “Thirsty Boots” by Eric Andersen; “Come a Little Bit Closer” by Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart, and Wes Farrell; “Yesterday” by John Lennon and Paul McCartney; “I Met Him on a Sunday (Ronde-Ronde)” by Shirley Owens, Beverly Lee, Addie Harris, and Doris Coley; “Da Doo Ron Ron” by Phil Spector, Jeff Barry, and Ellie Greenwich; “Ghost Riders in the Sky” by Stan Jones; “Cupid” by Sam Cooke; “All I Have to Do Is Dream” by Boudleaux Bryant; “Matchbox” and “Your True Love” by Carl Perkins; “Alligator Man” by Jimmy C. Newman and Floyd Chance; “Jamaica Farewell” by Irving Burgie; “Can’t Help Falling in Love” by Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore, and George David Weiss; “Long Black Veil” by Marijohn Wilkin and Danny Dill; and “I Forgot to Remember to Forget” by Charlie Feathers and Stan Kesler.
 
Produced for release by Jeff Rosen and Steve Berkowitz
Sessions originally produced by Bob Johnston
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Dylan / SV: Bob Dylan 2021
« Senaste inlägg av Anders S skrivet 16 december, 2020, 09:45:26 »
I dessa tider är jag glad om Dylan bara undviker Liemannen!
Turné , eller ett nytt album, känns avlägset....även om det vore fantastiskt med ytterligare ett mästerverk a' Rough and rowdy ways!
Vi får hoppas på Bootleg Series! Själv skulle jag föredra tiden kring Infidels, som det väl också surrats en del om!?

Ja, Infidels har det ju också ryktats om ett tag. Får se vad de blir.

En annan grej är ju att Dylanarkivet i Tulsa öppnar för allmänheten under 2021, får se vad de hittar på  :d5:
The Institute for Bob Dylan Studies @utulsa  is putting together a virtual event in May. 
We'll have more details at the start of the new year! For now, mark those calendars and keep an eye on our website and social media.

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Dylan / SV: Theme Time Radio Hour Archive
« Senaste inlägg av Neverendingfan skrivet 15 december, 2020, 18:11:08 »
Om någon missat det, så kan jag tipsa om att cirka 40 avsnitt av Dylans Radio Theme time hour, nu finns på Youtube!  :d2:
Härlig lyssning! 😀
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Dylan / SV: Bob Dylan 2021
« Senaste inlägg av Neverendingfan skrivet 14 december, 2020, 10:52:40 »
I dessa tider är jag glad om Dylan bara undviker Liemannen!
Turné , eller ett nytt album, känns avlägset....även om det vore fantastiskt med ytterligare ett mästerverk a' Rough and rowdy ways!
Vi får hoppas på Bootleg Series! Själv skulle jag föredra tiden kring Infidels, som det väl också surrats en del om!?
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Dylan / Bob Dylan 2021
« Senaste inlägg av Anders S skrivet 12 december, 2020, 15:44:48 »
Vad kan vi vänta oss under 2021?

Ny turné verkar avlägset i dagsläget, möjligen till hösten om vaccinet får väntad effekt.

I slutet av januari är det 60 år sedan Dylan anlände till New York, kanske det kommer att uppmärksammas på nåt sätt?
Det har ju ryktats om en volym i The Bootleg Series med namnet “The Villager” som skulle täcka Dylans första tid när han spelade på caféer:
While nothing is confirmed, the singer’s team is most excited at a future Bootleg Series spotlighting his pre-fame days as a coffeehouse performer in New York’s Greenwich Village. “We’ve wanted to do a Bootleg Series on Bob’s earliest performances for a long time,” says a source close to the Bob Dylan camp. “For decades we’ve been collecting tapes from the time before he began making official recordings. I think it would be really interesting to go through those. We’ll probably call it something like “The Villager.” Recordings from his era have been circulating within fan circles for decades, most notably a trio of tapes that Dylan’s girlfriend Bonnie Beecher and his friend Tony Glover created between May and December of 1961. The vast majority of songs in his set at the time were covers like “Baby Please Don’t Go,” “I Ain’t Go No Home” and “Man of Constant Sorrow.” “We have some beautiful-sounding tapes that nobody has ever heard,” says the source. “Or if they have, we have first generation tapes.”

Sen fyller Dylan 80 år i maj, det kommer förmodligen inte att gå spårlöst förbi. Det kommer förmodligen släppas böcker och skrivas en hel del om honom. I april släpper Clinton Heylin en ny bok som behandlar åren 1941-1966, A Restless Hungry Feeling: The Double Life of Bob Dylan Vol. 1: 1941-1966. Heylin har besökt Dylans arkiv i Tulsa flera gånger så det är väl en uppdaterad version av hans Behind The Shades.



Klart är i alla fall att Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese släpps på DVD/Blu-Ray 19 januari.


Vad har ni för förhoppningar och önskningar på 2021?
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Dylan / SV: Universal Music Publishing Buys Bob Dylan's Song Catalog
« Senaste inlägg av Anders S skrivet 07 december, 2020, 17:25:30 »
Universal Music Publishing hälsar Bob välkommen
http://www.umpgwelcomes.com/
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Dylan / Universal Music Publishing Buys Bob Dylan's Song Catalog
« Senaste inlägg av Anders S skrivet 07 december, 2020, 17:23:41 »
https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/9495083/universal-music-publishing-bob-dylan-catalog/

In what could be the biggest deal ever for a single songwriter, Universal Music Publishing Group announced today (Dec. 7) that it had purchased Bob Dylan’s entire catalog of songs, from 1962 to the present, from Dylan himself. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the acquisition includes both publishing rights and Dylan's "writer's share," which together would be worth at least $100 million and perhaps several times that, based on the value of other catalogs.

Dylan's publishing is currently administered in the U.S. by the Bob Dylan Music Company and elsewhere by Sony/ATV Music Publishing.

The market for publishing deals has continued to heat up, even amid the pandemic, fueled by the boom in streaming, as well as low interest rates that make acquisitions more appealing. The temporary shutdown of the concert business, as well as the possibility that president-elect Joe Biden will raise the capital gains tax, seem to be spurring sales, too.

Another factor, industry sources say, is that the generation of singer-songwriters who came of age in the sixties and seventies is at a point where they’re thinking about their legacies, as well as estate planning. On December 4, Primary Wave Music Publishing announced that it had acquired a majority stake in the catalog of singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks, in a deal that The Wall Street Journal reported valued her compositions at $100 million. That deal and Dylan’s could trigger more big catalog transactions.

This is a unique prize, however. Among the songwriters of the rock era, only the Beatles are as influential as Dylan, the only songwriter to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. The catalog includes more than 600 compositions, written over the course of six decades, including "Blowin' in the Wind," "The Times They Are A-Changin,'" "Like A Rolling Stone," "Knockin' on Heaven's Door," and "Tangled Up in Blue."

“To represent the body of work of one of the greatest songwriters of all time - whose cultural importance can’t be overstated - is both a privilege and a responsibility,” said UMPG chairman & CEO Jody Gerson in the UMG statement announcing the deal. In an internal company note about the deal, Universal Music Group chairman and CEO Sir Lucian Grainge wrote that it has "forever transformed the legacy of this company."

In the early sixties, Dylan, 79, become one of the first popular artists to consistently write his own material, in the process overturning the dominant music publishing model of the time, which involved professional songwriters composing tunes to pitch to singers. Although Dylan has released 39 albums, some of his songs are still better known as recordings by other artists -- from Jimi Hendrix’s iconic cover of “All Along the Watchtower” to Garth Brooks’ and Adele’s versions of "Make You Feel My Love."

Some other recent big publishing acquisitions have essentially been auctions, but this deal seems to have been conducted fairly privately. There was no bidding war, according to a source close to the deal, which came out of the relationship between Dylan’s team and Universal Publishing, especially UMPG COO Marc Cimino, whom Gerson credited in the announcement as "instrumental in bringing this opportunity to us."

Over the past decade, many creators have sold their catalogs to independent publishers, some of which are funded by private equity investors. But the majors – Universal, Sony/ATV, and Warner Chappell Music – still dominate the business. “When you put songwriters first, when you achieve unparalleled value for the art they create, when your track record is clear and consistent then the best of the best come to you," Grainge wrote in his internal note.

Publishing catalogs are generally valued by multiples of net publisher’s share – roughly akin to gross profit after songwriter royalties are paid out but in this case annual revenue since Dylan now owns most of his publishing too – and the most valuable now sell for 17 or 18 times net publisher’s share, up from 14 or 15 times several years ago. It’s hard to estimate how much revenue Dylan’s publishing brings in, however, since his songs are so widely covered. The publishing from sales and streaming of Dylan’s own recordings might have been worth about a half a million dollars in the U.S. in 2019, according to a Billboard estimate. But the publishing from other versions of his songs could be worth several times that – cover versions of “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” alone generated more than $150,000 in the U.S. from sales and streaming last year – and synch licensing in movies, television shows and advertising generates still more revenue as does royalties from when Dylan’s songs are played in clubs, concert halls, bars, restaurants hotels and other retail-like establishments. So does royalty income come in from the musical Girl from the North Country.

Dylan’s songs have been covered by artists all over the world, from Brazilian icon Caetano Veloso to “Austropop” singer Wolfgang Ambros, and the use of his songs in advertising still generates attention. The iconic stature of Dylan’s songs could also open up other businesses: His lyrics have already been licensed for lyric books, picture books, and even a comic book (“Bob Dylan Revisited: 12 Graphic Interpretations of Bob Dylan Songs.”) And the fact that Darius Rucker had a No. 1 county hit with “Wagon Wheel,” based partly on an unreleased Dylan song from 1973, shows that money could be made in more traditional ways as well.

It’s hard to imagine many songwriters' catalogs that would be worth more, partly because most classic rock catalogs are smaller, and many were the products of writing partnerships. Dylan occasionally worked with other writers – most prominently the theatre director Jacques Levy on Desire and Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter on Together Through Life – but he composed by himself the vast majority of his songs, and all of the most popular ones.

Over the years, Dylan’s songs were divided into several catalogs, including Dwarf Music, Big Sky Music, Ram’s Horn Music, and Special Rider Music. This deal includes all of them, plus those written during Dylan’s 1962-1965 publishing deal with Witmark & Sons, which reverted to him. (Dylan’s very early compositions, including “Song to Woody” and some obscure topical songs, were published by Leeds Music, which Universal already owns.)

The deal also includes the publishing to “The Weight,” written by Robbie Robertson, the only song in the sale that Dylan did not write or co-write.
 
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Dylan / SV: 50th anniversary collection 1970 (3CD set)
« Senaste inlägg av Anders S skrivet 07 december, 2020, 09:54:55 »
Merlin, du har PM  :santa2:
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Dylan / SV: 50th anniversary collection 1970 (3CD set)
« Senaste inlägg av Anders S skrivet 06 december, 2020, 17:14:03 »
I was right  :rolleyes:

Pretty Mary to Anders S.

Stay safe out there.

Thanks  :rolleyes: :santa1:
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