Ray Padgett is writing a new book that compiles 50+ interviews with musicians and others who've been involved with Bob Dylan's live shows. It's called Pledging My Time, and there is a pre-release IndieGoGo campaign running that allows you to pre-order the book and take advantage of special bonus offers.
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Jeff Slate is a musician, writer, and radio host with a long and deep connection to Bob Dylan. He spoke to us about Time Out Of Mind, hear how he got involved with the Dylan team and his views on Bob's live work, use of producers (or lack thereof), and much more.
Mark Howard talks about his new photo book - Recording Icons / Creative Spaces - The Creative World of Mark Howard - with photos of Dylan and many others. We also talk more about his experience working as Engineer on Time Out Of Mind.
Jochen Markhorst shares some of his findings and thoughts on Cold Irons Bound from his book: Time Out Of Mind - The Rising of an Old Master.
Robyn Hitchcock is a broadly respected singer-songwriter with a lifetime of connections to Bob Dylan - he talks to us about Dylan and Time Out Of Mind.
Micheal Hacker talks about life as a Dylan fan in the years before Time Out Of Mind.
Larry Starr is the author of Listening to Bob Dylan, a music history professor, and in this discussion he talks to us about the musical tools and techniques that Dylan uses on Time Out Of Mind.
Wesley Stace shares his thoughts on seeing Bob Dylan live in the 80's and 90's and beyond. This is a Premium Member Only episode, taken from the same interview as Episode 07.
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.