Tag: Bob Dylan

Scenes From the End of a Marriage: 12 Great Records About Divorce

With Adele contributing “30” to the canon, here are a dozen other albums that poetically and coarsely tackle legal uncoupling.

Bob Dylan, “Springtime in New York: The Bootleg Series Vol. 16 (1980-1985)”

This 5-year case study sees the doctor reviving the patient, taking out the bile, and giving him new legs with more tactile treading.

Big Thief’s Buck Meek Made a Film with Bob Dylan

“Shadow Kingdom” documents Dylan’s first performance since the release of his latest album “Rough and Rowdy Ways.”

FLOOD’s Guide to Record Store Day 2021 Part 2: Beastie Boys, Aretha Franklin, The Clash, Amy Winehouse, and More

23 new releases we’re excited for during RSD Drop 2 on July 17.

Bob Dylan Will Have His Own Museum in Tulsa, OK

The Bob Dylan Center is scheduled to open in Tulsa, OK in May 2022. 

Bob Dylan, “1970”

This mini-box features fluidly funky outtakes from often-neglected album sessions, together with a mystery recording with George Harrison.

Bob Dylan, “Rough and Rowdy Ways”

Dylan once again reinvents himself for his first album of original songs since 2012.

FLOOD Essentials: November 2019 feat. Jim Sullivan, FKA Twigs, Deerhoof, and More

Our recommendations from turkey month.

Bob Dylan, “Travelin’ Thru, Featuring Johnny Cash: The Bootleg Series Vol. 15”

Dylan revered the outlaw Cash, and Cash admired the wordsmith Dylan.

FLOOD ESSENTIALS: June 2019 feat. WHY?, Bill Callahan, Mannequin Pussy, and More

Give a listen to some of our favorite songs and albums from last month.

Bob Dylan Rolls with Thunder to Spare

Scorsese’s Netflix doc and the newly released live recordings highlight a mythic chapter in Dylanology.

PREMIERE: Pablo Dylan Says Goodbye to the Past on “The Finest Somersault”

The singer-songwriter charges ahead with ramshackle feel-good folk rock. Yes, he’s related. 

24 Flavors of Chips Named for Bob Dylan That Aren’t Just a Song Title

“A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall” is not a chip flavor. “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Falafel” almost is.

PLAYLIST: Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever Present Songs About Objects

None about buildings or food, though.

Bob Dylan, “Fallen Angels”

No one will confuse the Dylan of this record for his swashbuckling younger self.

Bob Dylan Announces His Thirty-Seventh Album “Fallen Angels”

The news comes alongside details of a tour with Mavis Staples.

WATCH: The Beatles Share Restored Video for “A Day in the Life”

You just have to look, having read the book.

WATCH: “Blonde on Blonde” Photographer Tells the Story of Shooting Dylan in New Mini-Doc

Send this to your dad.

Sound Board: The Week’s Best Tracks

Our picks for the best tracks out there for the week of October 19–23, 2015. Headphone-tested, FLOOD-approved.

WATCH: Follow the Evolution of Bob Dylan’s “Subterranean Homesick Blues” in a Compilation of Newly Released Edits

The specially made track combines multiple unreleased takes from the upcoming twelfth installment in the exhaustive “Bootleg Series.”

RIP: John Berg (1932–2015)

The art director behind some of music’s most iconic album covers passed away on Sunday.

WATCH: Bob Dylan and Watson Go Head to Head in New IBM Commercial

“My analysis shows that your major themes are that time passes and love fades.”

RIP: Bob Johnston (1932–2015)

The legendary producer of seminal Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, and Simon and Garfunkel records has died.

WATCH: Bob Dylan Sends David Letterman Off with “The Night We Called It a Day,” His First (and Ultimately Last) Visit to the Show in Decades

Also, Dave reveals his two things to know in the world.

60 Years of the Fender Stratocaster: A History of the Greatest Moments of the Electric Guitar

A look back on some of the defining moments in music history, played on the Stratocaster.

Bob Dylan and The Band, “The Basement Tapes Raw: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11”

While many were mystified as to what happened to the headstrong man on the heels of his iconic Blonde on Blonde, looking back fifty years, these lost tracks give a glimpse into a relaxed Dylan who was at peace outside of the spotlight.

WATCH: Bill Murray Kicks Back In A Lawn Chair, Sings Bob Dylan, Is All Of Us

A clip of Bill Murray singing along to “Shelter from the Storm” is charming on its face, but note the subtleties: the walkman slung over…


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