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Options May 24, 2012: Million Dollar Bash: Bob Dylan Birthday Special

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Mae West  If You Gotta Go   Options Way Out West  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
The Soup Greens  Like A Rolling Stone   Options Pebbles: Volume 1  0:03:07 (Pop-up)
Link Wray & the Raymen  Girl From the North Country   Options The Swan Singles Collection  0:06:56 (Pop-up)
The Flamin' Groovies  Absolutely Sweet Marie   Options Jumpin in the Night  0:09:17 (Pop-up)
Jerry Lee Lewis  Rita May   Options Jerry Lee Lewis  0:11:54 (Pop-up)
The Rolling Stones  Watching the River Flow   Options Boogie 4 Stu: A Tribute to Ian Stewart  0:14:43 (Pop-up)
Waylon Jennings  Don't Think Twice, It's Alright   Options Phase One: The Early Years 1958-1964  0:23:21 (Pop-up)
Buck Owens  Love Minus Zero - No Limit   Options Bridge Over Troubled Water  0:25:46 (Pop-up)
Buddy & Julie Miller  Wallflower   Options Buddy & Julie Miller  0:28:03 (Pop-up)
Jerry Jeff Walker  One Too Many Mornings   Options A Man Must Carry On  0:30:49 (Pop-up)
Johnny Cash & June Carter  It Ain't Me Babe   Options Carrying On  0:36:08 (Pop-up)
O.V. Wright  Blowin' In The Wind   Options The Complete Backbeat and ABC Recordings  0:41:28 (Pop-up)
Gene Clark  Tears of Rage   Options White Light  0:43:09 (Pop-up)
Al Kooper & Steve Stills  It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry   Options Super Session  0:48:19 (Pop-up)
The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band  She Belongs To Me   Options Volume One  0:50:15 (Pop-up)
Bettie Serveert  I'll Keep It With Mine   Options I Shot Andy Warhol Soundtrack  0:52:34 (Pop-up)
Fairport Convention  Million Dollar Bash   Options Unhalfbricking  0:56:15 (Pop-up)
Peter Laughner  Please Mrs. Henry   Options No One Does Bob Dylan Like... Rainy Day Mancunians # 12 & 24  1:00:39 (Pop-up)
Dion Di Mucci  Baby, I'm In The Mood For You   Options Bronx Blues  1:04:41 (Pop-up)
Jimi Hendrix Experience  Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?   Options BBC Sessions  1:06:40 (Pop-up)
Cat Power  I Believe In You   Options Jukebox  1:11:17 (Pop-up)
Yo La Tengo  I Threw It All Away   Options President Yo La Tengo  1:14:28 (Pop-up)
Luxuria (with Howard Devoto)  She's Your Lover Now   Options Redneck  1:16:14 (Pop-up)
Barry McGuire  Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues   Options The Best of Barry McGuire  1:19:59 (Pop-up)
The Chocolate Watchband  It's All Over Now, Baby Blue   Options The Inner Mystique  1:26:53 (Pop-up)
Ron Wood  Seven Days   Options Gimme Some Neck  1:28:52 (Pop-up)
Richard Hell & the Voidoids  Going Going Gone   Options Destiny Street  1:33:07 (Pop-up)
Solomon Burke  Maggie's Farm   Options Blue and Soulful  1:36:17 (Pop-up)
The Byrds  Spanish Harlem Incident   Options Mr. Tambourine Man  1:38:18 (Pop-up)
Stephen Malkmus & Lee Ranaldo  Can't Leave Her Behind   Options I'm Not There OST  1:40:13 (Pop-up)
The Yardbirds  Most Likely You Go Your Way And I'll Go Mine   Options Glimpses  1:44:32 (Pop-up)
Lucinda Williams  Tryin' to Get to Heaven   Options Chimes of Freedom  1:46:26 (Pop-up)
Terry Melcher  4th Time Around   Options Terry Melcher  1:51:16 (Pop-up)
Van Morrison  Just Like A Woman   Options Pacific High Recorders: Marin, Ca. 5 September 1971 (KSAN)  1:55:05 (Pop-up)
The Flying Burrito Brothers  I Shall Be Released   Options Farther Along: The Best of the Flying Burrito Brothers  2:01:33 (Pop-up)
Bill Brandon  I'll Be Your Baby Tonight   Options How Many Roads: Black America Sings Bob Dylan  2:03:04 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 3:05pm Fiveash:

How does it feel?
Avatar 3:06pm Ted:

Actually I said that.
  3:28pm Debbie D:

Diggin' it, Ted!
Avatar 3:33pm Ted:

Hi Debbie
  3:37pm Matt from Springfield:

Hello Ted! Fiveash! Debbie!
Ah, I noticed you were moving to the afternoons. It's actually an easier time to catch you at this time. Hopefully will be for others as well.
Avatar 3:38pm Ted:

Hey Matt. Thanks for tuning in
  3:39pm seang:

the Replacements do a drunken version called, "Like a Rolling Pin"
  3:40pm Tom:

The question arises, who was the 1st recording artist to cover a Bob Dylan song?
Avatar 3:44pm Ted:

Not sure.
  3:48pm Matt from Springfield:

Great O.V. Wright version--this one has "Mountain exist" as the 2nd stanza. Seems like every artist selects which order to sing the 2nd and 3rd stanzas, I've heard several as well as flipped around. Suppose it depends what kind of emphasis you want to give the song at the end. Either anti-war "..that too many people have died", or an activist bent "..and pretend that he just doesn't see".
  3:51pm Matt from Springfield:

First Bob Dylan cover? Wow, that was probably too long ago, in too obscure of a club for anyone to know with any certainty.

Now IIRC, the first cover of "Blowin' In The Wind" on the other hand, was it's very first public performance. Dylan apparently showed another guy how to play it and gave a lyric sheet--I guess Bob just thought it was too powerful a song to premiere himself or something.
Avatar 3:53pm Ted:

"Blowin in the Wind" was most likely the song.
  3:54pm Matt from Springfield:

"Dylan originally wrote and performed a two-verse version of the song; its first public performance, at Gerde's Folk City on April 16, 1962, was recorded and circulates among Dylan collectors. Shortly after this performance, he added the middle verse to the song." Maybe that story I heard was the first time with the complete verses being performed.
  4:02pm Matt from Springfield:

Also "Some published versions of the lyrics reverse the order of the second and third verses, apparently because Dylan simply appended the middle verse to his original manuscript, rather than writing out a new copy with the verses in proper order." That's a reason for the lack of a definitive order.

Wow, didn't know Fairport C. performed "Million Dollar Bash"! Gives it almost a bluegrass feel.
  4:10pm Matt from Springfield:

I'll have to remember "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?" if I ever get the trivia question: "Name ANOTHER Bob Dylan song Jimi Hendrix has played."
Avatar 4:10pm Ted:

Thanks, Matt.
  4:12pm Matt from Springfield:

No prob, Ted. I'm always a volunteer researcher whenever I'm on the boards!
  4:13pm Tom:

All Along the the Watchtower.
  4:16pm Matt from Springfield:

@Tom: That's the one everyone knows, and most fans know that Dylan wrote it. But, if challenged to come up with *another* Hendrix song that Dylan wrote..."Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window" is one!
  4:20pm Matt from Springfield:

Does the arrangement of this Luxuria remind anyone else of Elvis Costello's "Veronica"?
  4:27pm Tom:

Like a Rolling Stone was a Dylan song that Hendrix played at the Monterey Pop Festival 1967.
  4:31pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Tom, that's an easier title to remember. I oughta listen/watch Hendrix's Monterey performance, it's supposed to be very important in making him famous in the States.
  4:36pm Pedro:

Would have been great if Otis HAD recorded "Just Like a Woman" http://www.examiner.com/article/the-night-bob-dylan-offered-otis-redding-his-new-song-just-like-a-woman
Avatar 4:37pm Ted:

Oh wow. I've got a good version coming up in my next set that maybe you haven't heard.
  4:40pm Pedro:

Got Elvis doing "Tomorrow is a Long Time"?
Avatar 4:41pm Ted:

No, was gonna play it by ran out of tunes.
  4:41pm Matt from Springfield:

Yeah I wish Otis had recorded that too!
  4:49pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey, I think that announcer at the beginning was BBC veteran Brian Matthew. Talking faster than I've heard him before! A lot of BBC sessions feature his voice.
  4:52pm Bruce:

Thanks, Ted, for picking one of extremely few "good ones" off of CHIMES OF FREEDOM.
Avatar 4:54pm Ted:

Yeah, I hadn't heard it til yestwerday. Slim pickings there.
  4:54pm jessica:

YAY!!! THE MELCH!!! Love that record and have never heard it on the radio. Thanks for playing it. Made my day.
Avatar 4:57pm Ted:

Sure thing. It's a great and weird record.
  4:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Yeah Van Morrison! No way for him to screw up a cover, as long as he does it in his own style.
  5:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Happy Birthday Bob!
Thanks for the great tunes Ted!
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