Episodes

Coverville 208: The Bob Dylan Cover Story II

May 24, 2006

Celebrating the birthday of Bob Dylan, who was born on this day in 1941. Here’s what’s on the show tonight:

Title (with link to iTunes, if available) Artist Album (with link to Amazon.com, if available) Original Artist
Big Yellow Taxi Bob Dylan Dylan Joni Mitchell
As I Went Out One Morning Dr. Robert Other Folk Bob Dylan
All Along The Watchtower Paul Weller Studio 150 Bob Dylan
The Man In Me Say Anything Paupers Peasants Princes and Kings: The Songs of Bob Dylan Bob Dylan
Positively 4th Street I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody’s Business Listen to Bob Dylan: A Tribute Album Bob Dylan
Simple Twist of Fate Concrete Blonde Still in Hollywood Bob Dylan
Maggie’s Farm The Specials The Singles Collection Bob Dylan
Just Like A Woman Dave’s True Story Simple Twist of Fate Bob Dylan
Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right Bree Sharp Live at Fez Bob Dylan

50 minutes |

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3 Comments

  1. Thank you for the Dylan!

    I stood in a long line to buy ‘Blood on the Tracks’ when I was fifteen and since cannot get enough Dylan (or inspired covers).

    Elvis may have been King but that would make Dylan the Messiah.

  2. Great show – immediately afterwards I listened to Richie Havens’ cover of Just Like a Woman – very special. Speaking of which – he is a superb cover artist in my opinion, perhaps the theme for a future show…
    thanks
    Martin

  3. Robyn Hitchcock did a full double-CD of Bob Dylan covers a few years back. It was called “Robyn Sings” and consisted of various live, mostly acoustic performances of his favorite Dylan songs. I never appreciated how much Dylan influenced Robyn’s writing (particularly lyrically) until I listened to this record.

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