Thursday, 14 October 2010

LOOK/LISTEN: Bob Dylan in 1970



Time passes slowly up here in the mountains
We sit beside bridges and walk beside fountains
Catch the wild fishes that float through the stream
Time passes slowly when you’re lost in a dream



Built me a cabin in Utah
Marry me a wife, catch a rainbow trout
Have a bunch of kids who call me pa
That must be what it's all about
That must be what it's all about.



But, oh what a wonderful feeling
Just to know that you are near
It sets my heart a-reeling
From my toes up to my ears.


All three tracks are off his 1970 album, 'New Morning', which is imho one of his most underrated albums and contains some of his best songs.


See more pictures here.


3 comments:

The Saunterer said...

Awesome post. Dylan is a hero. By the way, I really enjoy this blog!

markida said...

Yeah, he's my hero too...I love his 70s output! Thanks for stopping by! I really enjoy yours too! Feel free to add me to your friends list. ;-)

The Saunterer said...

Ahh yes, friend, I will add you.

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