Subject: John Bucklen tape -- longer version circulating? From: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Tue, 07 September 1999 11:55 AM EDT In his recent book "Flowers In The Dustbin," onetime Newsweek music writer James Miller notes that the surviving Dylan home recordings from 1958 include a version of "Robert and Johnny's dreamy 'We Belong Together.'" This song doesn't match any list for the Bucklen tape fragments that I've seen, unless it's an alternate title for "Buzz Buzz Buzz." Miller isn't clear about his source for the information, but implies he heard it on a version of the "Highway 61 Revisited" TV documentary that Griel Marcus played for him. Can anybody shed any light on this. For that matter, can somebody identify "Robert and Johnny" for me [and Miller was not referring to Dylan and Bucklen here]? On 08 Sep 1999 01:28:37 GMT, in rec.music.dylan email@example.com (Shiphour) wrote: Robert Carr and Johnny Mitchell were two kids from the Bronx who signed with the Old Town record label in 1955. As Robert and Johnny, they hit #32 on the charts with "We Belong Together" in March 1958--just in time for Bob and John to hear it on the radio and decide to imitate it.