(This review was originally published on a site that has now been buried in the proverbial basement. I’m dusting it off to be placed on this shelf, a few years late.) – They’ve survived primarily through word of mouth. That […]
Even for an artist as consistently productive and aesthetically satisfying as psychedelic folk troubadour Robyn Hitchcock has been over the past four decades, 2017 was an especially rewarding year. For those paying attention, Hitchcock is seemingly everywhere – in concert, […]
“Time is a jet plane, it moves too fast,” Bob Dylan laments in “You’re a Big Girl Now” (1972). Time also, as Hamlet notes, and often, is flexible, open to interpretation, and may, like a crab, run backward. This past […]
In 1966, Bob Dylan’s career had skyrocketed over the earth. Mary Campbell summed up what had happened in a lede that contains multitudes: “1965 was the big folk-rock year in pop music and slightly built, shy-spoken, gritty-voiced Bob Dylan was […]
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