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Wesley Stace shares his thoughts on Bob Dylan's Time Out Of Mind, based on his songwriter career (as John Wesley Harding) and life as a performing musician.
Ray Padgett is an expert on cover songs. He runs the Cover Me website, and and has written two books on cover songs. Ray shares his knowledge and impressions of Time Out Of Mind cover songs in this episode, playing and discussing his favorites and the history of other artists re-recording these great songs.
Scott Warmuth is a Dylan fan, scholar, and researcher who is known as the guy who discovered the 'late period' writing style of Bob Dylan by identifying hundreds of influences and borrowed lyric sources across all kinds of books, movies, magazines, and more.
Graley Herren is the author of 'Dreams and Dialogues in Dylan's Time Out Of Mind. In this episode, Graley summarizes and gives examples of his analysis of the lyrics of Time Out Of Mind in relation to Murder Ballads.
Mark Howard was the Engineer in charge of recording and mixing Time Out Of Mind, and he tells us about every phase of recording the record and shares great stories about how they got that sound and what it took to get the record finished and released.
The years before Dylan released Time Out Of Mind saw a young superstar become a middle aged man producing work that was not always loved. We set the stage for TOOM by looking back at the years that led up to it.
In this episode we speak with Howard Sounes, who shares the results of his extensive work he did on Dylan's life Howard Sounes is Author of Down the Highway: The Life of Bob Dylan, which has just been updated for Dylan’s 80th. Howard talks about what he learned in 250 interviews with people in Dylan's life and work.