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Friday, March 31:
Gore, Bush, Dylan, Everly Brothers Converge In New Hampshire - (sonicnet) (link found by Kris K)
Last night's Fargo setlist
Dylan concert makes for memorable evening - (In-Forum) (link found by Mike Walter)
Horsens Ny Teater in Denmark now has a ticket line Webcam.
I kø som nr. 125 - (Horsens Folkeblad) (more Dylan stories links on the right)
Fünf Tage warten auf Bob Dylan - (Spiegel) (link found by Hans Juckel)
Another side of Altan - (Boston Globe)
Gritty voices make 'best' list - (

Thursday, March 30:
Last night's Bismark setlist
Tour Diary #2: Asleep At The Wheel Still Riding With Dylan - (sonicnet) (link found by Kris K)
Listen to a live Roger McGuinn concert (RealAudio) (
Jefferson Airplane guitarist comes in from Wonderland - (Globe and Mail) (link found by Arthur Louie)
"Things Have Changed" cover version by Michel Montecrossa and The Chosen Few - (
The Pope's musical tour - (BBC) (link found by Charles Prince)
Bob Dylan Critical Corner has two new articles: '"Up To Me" and Free Will', by Nicola Menicacci

HIGH FIDELITY NEWS: Quirky John Cusack embraces the eccentric -- again - (Ottawa Citizen)
Cusack gives High Fidelity a beautiful groove - (Jam! showbiz)
'High Fidelity' is a romantic comedy for the record-obsessed - (Post-Gazette)
High Fidelity Is Record Geek's Fantasy - (FoxNews)
The movie based on Nick Hornby's book High Fidelity includes Bob Dylan's "Most of the Time" on the soundtrack, which can be ordered from

Wednesday, March 29:
Tour Diary #1: Asleep At The Wheel Hug The Road With Bob Dylan - (sonicnet)
The boys in Bob Dylan's band driving to their next gig in Charlie Sexton's 1949 "thin wild" Mercury! - (Joy's Larry Campbell tour page) (link found by Charles W. Prince)
An Interview with Joni Mitchell - ( (link found by Sean McArdle)
CONCERT REVIEW: Bob Dylan in Montana - (Montana kaimin)

Tuesday, March 28:
Last night's Rapid City setlist
Dylan Doesn'T Dress Up 'Mr. Tambourine Man' A Mismatch For Artistry Of McNair - (Chicago Tribune) (link found by Bernard J. Farber)

Monday, March 27:
Bob Dylan Fan Begins Five-Day Concert Ticket Vigil - (Yahoo/ Reuters)
Last night's Casper setlist
Call it a perk, a privilege or just `honest graft' - (SJ Mercury)
Decrepitude? No, but old nonetheless - (Beacon Journal)
Dinner and Drink With Al - (Washington Post) (link found by Jack Regan)
" The Band's The Last Waltz" with Dylan from 1978, "The studio is currently not producing this title on DVD" at, but you can vote for its release. (found by Dag E Braathen)

Sunday, March 26:
Last night's Billings setlist.
Dylan fans show up early to see 'legend' in concert - (Billings Gazette) (link found by Paul)
Dylan meets, exceeds expectations - (Billings Gazette)

Saturday, March 25: offers six great new Dylan performances from E. Rutherford, NJ, 11/13/99 in RealAudio.
Skeptisk teaterchef Troede ikke pĆ Dylan - 100 tickets for sponsors, 75 for paying press, 250 for the people who line up. (Horsens Folkeblad) (link found by Mette Larsen)
Last night's Bozeman setlist
Bob Dylan concert a hit with parents, kids alike - (Bozeman Daily Chronicle) (link found by Dag E Braathen)
Joan Baez: Still So Earnest After All These Years - (NY Times)

Friday, March 24:
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Now released: Oddvar Torsheim's Dylan covers CD with mp3 samples - (Tylden Records, Norwegian)
Bozeman fans can hardly wait for Dylan to take the stage - (newswest) (link found by Brandon Zwagerman)
Sharps & Flats - Cat Power - (Salon) (link found by Dane Strom)
Cat Power's "Covers Record" includes "Paths of Victory".
Artists to Napster: Drop dead! - (Salon)
Whose Bob Dylan? - (David Vest)

Thursday, March 23:
Last night's Missoula setlist
The New England Film and Video Festival shows "Look Back, Don't Look Back" April 1st at the Museum of Fine Arts March in Boston. (Boston Phoenix)
The Either/Orchestra comes of age - (Boston Phoenix)

Wednesday, March 22:
Dear Mr. Dylan - (Missoula Independent) (link found by Brandon Zwagerman)
Patti Smith explodes on "Gung Ho" - (Salon) (NDC)

Wednesday, March 22:
Horsens Ny Teater has a bit of info in English about the upcoming Bob concert, and they will set up a web cam in a few days so we can watch the line of ticket buyers forming (at this webmaster's suggestion, ahem).
Last night's Pullman setlist (18 songs).
Change has defined musician for most of his life - (Missoulian) (link found by Alex Leik)

Tuesday, March 21:
"Goin' Around. Bob Dylan's 1989 Concerts" is available, more info from The Bridge.
"The Crow: Salvation" soundtrack out March 28, 2000 includes "It's All Over Now Baby Blue" by Hole. From
Last night's Nampa setlist.
Bob Dylan för stor för Globen? - So many people wanted Dylan tickets that the ticket system broke down. (Aftonbladet, Swedish) (link found by Patrik Winquist)

Monday, March 20:
Classic Dylan fills the dome - (Idaho State Journal) (link found by Alex Leik)
Where Is Desolation Row? - Greil Marcus - (Threepenny Review)
Knockin' on Idaho's door - Dylan concert draws fans of all ages - (Idaho News) (link found by Brandon Zwagerman)
Robbie sued over song lyrics - (NME) (link found by Sean McArdle)
Wainwright sues Robbie for plagiarism - (Qonline) (link found by Sean McArdle)
Last night's Pocatello setlist.
Things Have Changed official lyrics - (

Sunday, March 19:
Bob Dylan til Horsens - (BT, Danish)
Dylan-koncert i Horsens i maj - The Horsens Theatre found 75 ticket requests in their e-mail box Friday morning. (Politiken, Danish)
In Curent Films on Tibet, Hold the Shangri-La - (NY Times)
The Cowboy Couturier - (NY Times)

"Albert Grossman like a feudal lord/ Hated feared respected and adored/ Ran his restaurant with a steady hand/ He who managed Dylan and The Band/ Sometimes in the twilight I would see/ Albert smiling most inscrutably" This is an example of what you can find in the BARF list , a list of Bob Dylan mentions in non-Bob-Dylan songs.

Confirmed European Dylan Dates at
Best of Don McLean contains the REAL American Pie, from
Tangled Up in Blue - (Idaho State Journal)

Saturday, March 18:
Masters of Snore by Rich Kane - (Orange County Weekly)
A Certain Tambourine Man Aloft in the Classical Wind - (NY Times) (link found by Stuart Levitan)
A Song from Ireland from the Bard of Armagh - (New York Observer) (link found by William Robertson, Jr.)
Springsteen To Big Screen For 'High Fidelity' - (Billboard)
Isler of Wight Rock CD Vaguely Sunny
Bob Dylan to Horsens - (Horsens Folkeblad, Danish)
Picture of my car and my son John among the snow.
Both last night's Reno setlists, and great reviews from the night before.
The movie based on Nick Hornby's book High Fidelity includes Bob Dylan's "Most of the Time" on the soundtrack, which can be ordered from Out March 28.
Morning becomes eclectic John Cusack talks about "High Fidelity", and about how much he likes Bob Dylan. (KCRV) (RealAudio) (Links from Carla)
Three new UNofficial CD titles have got their T-numbers at the end of the T-list.
Wild Tchoupitoulas - a most excellent album from New Orleans, produced by Allen Toussaint in 1976, with four Nevilles and others. Listen to the samples!
Peter Stone Brown, and Andy Scheinman play Saturday, March 18th, 8:30 pm at SUN Music Company, 340 East 71st Street, New York, NY (between 1st and 2nd Avenue), Phone 212 396-9521
Peter's CD: Up Against It

Friday, March 17:
Last night's Santa Cruz setlist.
Bob Dylan Concert Review (Wed) - (Santa Cruz Sentinel) (link found by Glynne Davis)
Greenwich on my mind - (The Globe and Mail) (link found by Arthur Louie)
Stroke - official cause of Danko's death - (Jam) (link found by Dag Braathen)

Thursday, March 16:
European dates confirmed, see above!
Bob Dylan has been nominated for this year's Nobel Prize in Literature (just like so many times before).
Dylan klar for Oslo - (VG, Norwegian) (link found by Dag E Braathen)
Oslo Spektrum - (link found by Dag E Braathen)
Came a lonesome wail - (Irish Times)
Last night's Santa Cruz setlist.
In Search of the Great American Poet - ( ("Look Back, Don't Look Back," a mockumentary) (link found by jay blanchard)
"Bill Clinton -- Vast Bubba Cons" (parody of "Bob Dylan -- At Budokan") - (Free Speech Records) (link found by Dave Plentus)
Classical Dylan? - (Sylvia McNair at Carnegie Hall) (Ellen Friedenberg)

Wednesday, March 15:
My house two weeks ago.
Last night's Visalia setlist.
Joan Baez reels in the years with folk gems, messages in between - (Michigan Live) (link found by Brandon Zwagerman)
Roger McGuinn's Guitars.
Dylan kommer troligen till Sverige - (Expressen, Swedish)
Två Dylan-konserter i Sverige - (Dagens Nyheter, Swedish)
Bob Dylan till Sverige - (Aftonbladet, Swedish)
Två Dylan-konserter i Sverige - (Svenska Dagbladet)
Bob Dylan til Norge - (Nettavisen, Norwegian)
Swedish Concert Info - (EMA Telstar)
(links found by Jan Semneby, Micke Westberg, Bernt Håkansson, Anders Fajersson, Sven Erick Alm, Dan Ove Nilsen, Dante, Niclas Carlsson, Per Kjöllerström and Dag E Braathen)

Tuesday, March 14:
April 6 Denver Colorado concert just added to the present tour. Tonight: Visalia.
Readers share their stories of Bob Dylan - (Santa Cruz County Sentinel)
Roger McGuinn concert in Orlando, FL - this Friday at the Cactus Cafe.
Bob Dylan Kicks Off Tour - (Wall of Sound) (link found by John Nieman)
Phil Lesh Celebrates 60th With Jam-Packed All-Star Show - (Yahoo! Music) (link found by Robby Princ)

Monday, March 13:
Last night's Bakersfield setlist, and a review of San Luis Obispo.
Hey, Mr. Tambourine Fan, Dylan plays his songs for you - ( (link found by Dag E. Braathen)
Dylan Keeps a-Changin' With Times - (LA Times)

Sunday, March 12:
Highlands is one subject of Thomas Erle's relaunched site.
Rock's First Poet - (TheTribuneNews) (link found by Arthur Louie)
Last night's San Luis Obispo setlist.
Dylan to a Different Tune - (NY Times, registration required) (link found by Arthur Louie)
Sylvia McNair will perform the World Premiere of John Corigliano's 'Tambourine Man: Seven Poems of Bob Dylan' at Carnegie Hall, New York, on Wednesday, 15 March 2000 at 7:30 pm. (link found by Andrew F Wilson)
Singing a symphony - (Bergen Record) (link found by Joy)

Saturday, March 11:
The two setlists of last night's shows - with the first live performances of three songs!
More Hot Air From The Hurricane - (Frontpage Magazine)
Grammys - on Norwegian NRK2 TV tonight at 2010.
Sausalito Sojourn - (SF Downtown) (mentions Dylan parties at the Trident in the Seventies)
Dino Valente - (Ben Fong-Torres)
Charles Plymell - first to play Dylan for Allen Ginsberg.
Don't Think Twice, He's All Right - (LA Times, registration required)

Friday, March 10:
Dylan to Langesund, Norway? The greatest event since Henrik Ibsen was born there! Larry Campbell has been in Langesund before. Varden - Telemarksavisa (Norwegian) - (links found by Dag E Braathen)
Sun Theatre interior - See where Bob plays his first concert of the new century tonight!
Bob Dylan Sets Dates For West Coast Tour - (MTV)

Philadelphia: Don't forget Peter Stone Brown's concert tonight!
Peter Stone Brown, regular and knowledgeable contributor to, the newsgroup, has concerts thiw week and the next together with Andy Scheinman, with whom he shares some musical influences:
Friday, March 10th, 9:30 pm - 1:30 am at Goat Hollow Tavern, 300 W. Mt. Pleasant Avenue, (Mt. Pleasant & Lincoln Drive), West Mt Airy, Philadelphia, Phone 215 242-4710
Saturday, March 18th, 8:30 pm at SUN Music Company, 340 East 71st Street, New York, NY (between 1st and 2nd Avenue), Phone 212 396-9521
Peter's CD: Up Against It
Debating the Top 15 Cuts 'High Fidelity' Fans Can Live With - (LA Times, registration required, access to this article is free for a couple more days)
Thinking Different - (The Onion, a satirical newspaper)
Warren Zevon deconstructs Elvis - (jam!) (link found by Bobby Fay)

Thursday, March 9:
There is a report of a planned Dylan concert in Berlin Arena on May 23. (from Helmut Heimann)
German dates announced (link found by Carsten Wohlfeld).

Wednesday, March 8:
Bob Dylan's Don't Look Back climbs one position to No. 8 on this week's Billboard's Top Video Sales Chart.
VHS and DVD available from
Small Face Ian McLagan Interview - (music365) (link found by Tiernan Henry)
Musical Ballots - (Washington Post) (link found by Charles Beene)
Bob Dylan's Critical Corner with new essay "Bob Dylan's Political World."

Tuesday, March 7:
Wonder Boys Soundtrack review - (Rolling Stone) (link found by Scott Hakes)

Monday, March 6:
Salinas show announced, see above.
Dylan In the Movies: An Interview With D.A. Pennebaker - ( (link found by MikeRaygun)
How Does It Feel? For Now, Dylan's Religion Is a Complete Unknown - (LA Times) (link found by jregan)
Four Byrds albums remastered on CD with unissued tracks, available individually or as a box set, called "The Columbia Recordings: 12 Dimensions" (Sony) from - -

Sunday, March 5:
"You Can't Relive the Past" from Eric Andersen, called "a great ballad writer" by Bob Dylan. From
Cat Power Tackles Eclectic Covers Set - (Billboard) - Covers Record out March 21, includes "Paths of Victory". Samples of all the tracks at CDNow. (link found by Tim)
The Artist in the Gray Flannel Pajamas - (NY Times)
The Art Of Dennis P. McCann includes painting of Bob Dylan (PaperDragon Studios) (link found by Charles W. Prince)
Alan Price plays Sheffield UK, tells a few Bob stories, this Sunday 5th Mar Sheffield City Hall, tickets £12.50 tel 0114 2789789 (link found by Stuart Basford)

Saturday, March 4:
Lay Lady Lay by Isaac Hayes - (Streambox, for Windows Media Player) (link found by Dag E Braathen)

Thursday, March 2:
Van Morrison interview - (Hot Press) (link found by Derek Keogh)

Gordon Lightfoot: 8 p.m. Thursday. John Harms Center, 30 N. Van Brunt St., Englewood. $30, $36, $43. (201) 567-3600. (Bergen Record)

Dylan enthusiasts in the Toronto area might be interested in a presentation sponsored by the University of Toronto English Department on Thursday March 2 at 4:00. Andy Wainwright, a well known poet and novelist who teaches in the English Department at Dalhousie University in Halifax will be giving a presentation called "'Long Before the Stars Were Torn Down': Dylan, Canada and America's Sixties." It will be held in Emmanuel College 001 (75 Queen's Park Crescent--at the Museum subway station). (David Galbraith)

Wednesday, March 1:
Two shows in Anaheim added to the coming tour, see above.
The Wallflowers Network opens today.

Tuesday, February 29:
Two new concert dates confirmed: San Luis Obispo and Sioux Falls, see above.

Monday, February 28:
Billboard's Top Video Sales Chart lists Bob Dylan's Don't Look Back at No. 9 this week!
Here's a reason to visit Dylan's Vérité Documentary (link found by Shaun M. McDonald)

Jimmy LaFave's CD "Trail" contains twelve Dylan covers and can be ordered from (link found by Charles W. Prince)

Sunday, February 27:
If You See Him Say Hello - Encounters with Bob Dylan - Excerpt about the 1975 live performance of "Abandoned Love".
All Bob Dylan All The Time mp3 Internet Radio. Search for "Bob Dylan". Requires mp3 player capable of streaming mp3. For Mac I recommend SoundJam.
Grammy clip (RealVideo) - (Skid-Row TV Talkin')
"Hurricane": Tragödie des schwarzen Boxers mit Denzel Washington - (Stern) (link found by Thomas Erle)
Wonder Boys movie review - (Mr. Showbiz) (link found by Otto Thompson)

Saturday, February 26:
Brielle men recall fight to free Hurricane Carter - (The Coast Star) (link found by Alan Robock)

Friday, February 25:
Freewheelin' now has Freewheeler of the Month; one article from each issue is available on the Web.
Wonder Boys review - (Salon)
Burroughs' last tape - (Salon)
Soundtrack Review: Enlisting Pop's Wonder Boys - (Post-Gazette)

Thursday, February 24:
Carlos Santana was awarded eight (!) Grammies last night, and one of them was presented by Bob Dylan.
Carlos and Bob - (Reuters photo - Yahoo) (link found by Marion Hitzenhammer and Otto Thompson)
Both smiling - (Reuters photo - Yahoo) (link found by Marion Hitzenhammer and Joy)
Hey There - (TV snapshot by Randy)
Grammy photos

New CD out February 28th called "Another Sky" from the Irish group Altan contains "Girl From The North Country". From, and
Bob Dylan Man On The Road The Never Ending Tour 1988-1999 from (German)

Wednesday, February 23:
Bob Dylan and Lauryn Hill will present Grammy Album of the Year - (Wall Of Sound) (link found by Karen Green)
42 years at the grammys: THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE UGLY - (Calgary Herald)
Oddvar Torsheim - mp3 samples from new CD with Norwegian translations of Dylan songs.
(link found by Geir from the Land of the midnight sun)

Tuesday, February 22:
Bob Dylan to present award at tomorrow night's Grammy ceremony. (link found by Alex Leik, Jared Ishkanian)
Oh, the depths of despair we visit waiting for Dylan. - (Bergen Record) (link found by Joy)
Neil Young's first tapes found in basement - (National Post) (link found by Chris Skelton)
Ein annan stad (Teaching with Dylan) - (Boknett, Norwegian) (link found by Frode Molven)
BBC 1 are showing the Grammys this Saturday at 11:40pm. - (BBC Online) (link found by Derek Keogh)
Dylan pens song for Michael Douglas - (Q) (link found by Sean McArdle)
Boxergeschichte: "Hurricane" - Für ein Land, das Helden braucht - (Spiegel Online) (link found by Thomas Erle)

Monday, February 21:
Wallflowers Mix Modern, Traditional Sounds On Upcoming LP - (SonicNet) (link found by Nathan A Rey)
Gore courts minority votes - (Nando)
Timberwolves forward Kevin Garnett chartered Bob Dylan's plane - (NBA notes) (
On This Day in 1965 Malcolm X was killed - (NY Times)

Sunday, February 20:
Outo of sync Grammies - (National Post) (link found by Chris Skelton)
When dreams turn sour - (Irish Times) (link found by Joy)
The Assault of the Salonistas - (NY Times)
Pity the poor immigrant - (Salon)
Bob Dylan in "Pat Garret & Billy The Kid" on Channel 4 in the UK tonight at 10pm. Also Norwegian NRK2 Tuesday 22 at 2100.

Saturday, February 19:
EDLIS What did these "Bobby Folks" do in '92? Contest! - 21 questions.
Things Have Thanged download from Lycos. Windows Media Player required. (Found by Mattias Davidsson)
I get "Connection failed" with Windows Media Player 6.3 beta for the Mac.
Reintroducing America to a folk pioneer - (Christian Science Monitor) (link found by Thomas Erle)
The most valuable record on earth - (VH1 Rock Collectors at 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm ET Saturday) (link found by levnote)

Friday, February 18:
"Desolation Row" hotline reports that UK tour will not take place until "August at the earliest - but more likely Sept/Oct". More details of European (non-UK) tour of May/June in a couple of weeks.

Generation gap at the Grammys - (msnbc) (link found by Carlos Augusto Vidigal)
Trouble in Line. Folk troubadour Bob Dylan's two-night stop in Santa Cruz sells out in a hurry - (metroactive)
The Ballad of Ramblin' Jack - (Variety)
Olof's 1999 Chronicle "Jokerman" is now ready!!
Henry Rollins sagte Wien-Konzert ab - (= Boycotts Heider) (Der Standard) (link found by Marion Hitzenhammer)
Grammys, Industry Out of Tune - (Daily Tar Heel) (link found by Chris Brown)
Mrs. Actually's Beauty Parlour - (RealAudio site) (link found by Cameron)

Thursday, February 17:
The Sad Dylan Fans 1, a new BDX by Mark Carter.
Trudell to speak in Hawaii - (Starbulletin) (link found by Joy)

Wednesday, February 16:
Michael Gray's Song & Dance Man III now available in the US from Review in German - (Jürgen Kloss)
Songwriter Unveils Hollywood Star (Carole Bayer Sager)
'Hurricane' Motivates a Real Critic - (NY Times) (link found by Stephen Walsh)

Tuesday, February 15:
Things Have Changed QuickTime excerpt - (Sony) (link found by Stephen Dunthorne and Marion Hitzenhammer)
The full video in RealVideo, and for Windows Media Player: { 28.8 | 56 | ISDN | T1 } (

Monday, February 14:
Columbia Set to 'Cash' in With Biopicture - (Variety) (link found by R. Hargis)

Sunday, February 13:
Lou Reed cancels Austrian gig - (BBC) (link found by don freeman)
'Wonder Boys': L.A. Noir or College Comedy, the Genre Is Real Life - (NY Times) (link found by Jack Regan)
Peanuts Creator Charles Schulz has died. Charlie Brown mourns Bob's 30th birthday, 1971 is #17 down the page.

Saturday, February 12:
The Man in Me - a new BDX by Michelle Burke
Dylan's 'Times Have Changed' One of 'Wonder' Highlights - (LA Times)
Web Sites Aim to Debunk Hurricane - (APB News) (link found by Joy)
Encounters With Bob Dylan: If You See Him Say Hello now also at
A Hurricane victim tells the story of being beaten by Carter - (Star-Ledger) (link found by Stephen Walter)
The Entertainment Tonight time given to the video "Things Have Changed" last night is reported to have been all of 7 seconds, in corner of screen, with voiceover.
Shelter From The Storm has picture of Dylan cover, click on it and hear a RealAudio clip.
Rowland Scherman photo show in Homewood, AL - (Lyda Rose Gallery) (link supplied by Charlie Prince)
Bob Dylan Pirata Bootlegs - (Spanish)
Copy-Protected CDs a Nightmare for BMG Germany - (Stereophile)

EDLIS What did these "Bobby Folks" do in '92? Contest! - 21 questions.

Friday, February 11:
On Entertainment Tonight, a first look at Bob Dylan's "Things Have Changed". New video, directed by Curtis Hanson, from the upcoming film Wonder Boys. Bob's first new song since his Grammy-winning Time Out Of Mind appears on the Wonderboys soundtrack. In the US @ 7PM EST.

Rock titles fulfill promise of DVD - (Bergen Record)
From Dylan To Aguilera, Old Hands And Rookies Pepper New Soundtracks - (Sonicnet) (link found by johanna2)
Bob Dylan: on film and television - nice site from Stephen Dunthorne!
Dylan do filmu - Filmowy Dylan - (Polish) (links found by Artur Jarosinski)

Thursday, February 10:
March concert dates announced. Details at Bob Dates.
Al Kooper & the Rekooperators play Wetlands in NY Saturday - (Bergen Record)
iMac commercial with "Forever Young" soundtrack - (Apple. 4,9 MB QuickTime) (link found by Barry Klatzkin)
Swedes M Hederos & M Hellberg have released a covers CD wich includes "You’re A Big Girl Now". Review in Swedish - click on "skivor feb", then on "M Hederos & M Hellberg". (link found by Niclas Carlsson)

Wednesday, February 9:
The Bridge web site has been updated. Have a look, then subscribe to the magazine!
Hurricane Victim Kin Say Killer Is Glorified - (NY Times) (link found by Alex Leik)
Bob Dylan zeigte sich großzügig - (Stern) (link found by Thomas Erle)
Cactus Data Shield - A new copy protection attempt by the music industry, said to make copying of your CDs on a computer impossible. But also creates problems for some audio CD players.
Baez wins BBC folk award - (Q) (link found by Sean McArdle)

Tuesday, February 8:
D.A. Pennebaker, Filmmaker Transcript from February 3, 2000 - (Time) (link found by Sean McArdle)
Derroll Adams - (The Times) (link found by Andrew F Wilson)

Monday, February 7:
Believe it or not, Dylan and fashion in the same article: Men's Fashion Shows: Puff Daddy's Cut Is `Not Too Baggy, Not Too Tight' - (NY Times) (link found by Doug Wilber)
When He Was Just a Little Rolling Stone - (OC Weekly) - about the book Early Dylan.
1965 Dylan Film Coming to DVD - (AP) Available from
Looking back on Don't Look Back - (Halifax Herald) (link found by Dag E Braathen)
Dylan in '65, 'an amazing prodigy' - (MSNBC) (link found by Alex Leik)
McCleary injury shocks Necker - (azcentral) (nasally sound towards the end)
All She Needs Is Love Songs - (LA Times) (Joni Mitchell, tired of pop's current state, turns to an album of standards.)

Sunday, February 6:
Death of Derroll Adams - (DejaNews) (noted by Martin Grossman) - Who's Who entry
I Am Lawyer, Hear Me Whine - (NYTimes) (link found by Bernard J. Farber)
Learning How To Be King - (NY Times) No Dylan Content, but so what?
Abdullah II, king of Jordan, watches Dharma and Greg and walks in disguise among his people.
New address for the Book of Bob

Saturday, February 5:
Meet the kid behind the DVD hack - (CNN)
A new BDX by Mark Carter.
Real Life Rock Top 10 by Greil Marcus - (Salon)
The book The Seventies: The Age of Glitter in Popular Culture contains Greil Marcus' long piece on Bob Dylan's "Self Portrait".
Bob Dylan in French (Link found by Marion Hitzenhammer)
Hearts of Fire is on UK television tonight (well, early Sunday morning) Channel 5 12.50 a.m. (noted by Geraint Williams)
Susan Tedeschi may appear with Bob Dylan - (USA Today) (link found by Alex Leik)
Harry Smith Connection is a tribute CD to Harry Smith, creator of the Anthology Of American Folk Music.

Friday, February 4:
"Forever Young" by Bob Dylan is the soundtrack to a new Apple iMac TV spot.
At the January MacWorld Expo Steve Jobs showed an iMovie made by one of the Apple executives. The soundtrack to this one was the Green Day song Time of Your life. -If you watch this you will see that Sina's iMovie (QuickTime streaming, go to 13.50) is the same as the TV ad, only longer, and with a different soundtrack.

Thursday, February 3:
Live Chat with D.A. Pennebaker tonight (
D.A. Pennebaker, director of the recently reissued Don't Look Back, will participate in a chat session at on Thursday, February 3, at 8 p.m. eastern standard time. In the the TIME Auditorium on Yahoo! Chat.

A new BDX, by Bruce Hughes.
Updated BARF list - (A list of Bob Dylan mentions in non-Bob-Dylan songs)
Disillusioned Dylan releases new single - (Aftonbladet) (Swedish) (link found by Niclas Carlsson)
Cover Down - (CD by Rich Lerner and the Groove) (link found by Geir Olsen from The Land Of The Midnight Sun)
How Does It Feel? You Don't Even Want to Know. - (Newsweek) (link found by Marion Hitzenhammer)
mp3 free-for-all (Napster) - (Salon)
Review of Late Night Live, a CD by Navel Flush. (My son John plays in the band.)
"Forever Young" by Bob Dylan is the soundtrack to a new Apple iMac TV spot - is it on the Web?

Wednesday, February 2:
(Gabrielle's Dylan sample) - (Billboard) (link found by Steven Dube)
EXCLUSIVE: 'WHAT A LOVELY MAN!' - (dotmusic) (link found by Simon Clayton)
(A gift from Bob Dylan) (to Natalie Cole) - (NY Times) (link found by Bernard J. Farber)

Tuesday, February 1:
Dharma and Greg episode with Bob Dylan cameo will be repeated in the US today ABC at 9 PM ET.
Gore, Dylan, Bush, Everly Brothers Converge On Campaign Trail - (SonicNet) (link found by Rich Petlock)

Monday, January 31:
Wonder Boys music site - (Sony Music)
The Rubin Carter Case - (National Press) (archived by Marion Hitzenhammer)
Mother of Bob Dylan dies - (MSNBC) (link found by Alex Leik)
Presleyites, Dylanists and Springsteenians - (NY Times) (link found by Bernard J. Farber and Patrick Kelly)
Guthrie's First Bid for Glory: With a Paintbrush - (NY Times) (link found by Bernard J. Farber and Patrick Kelly)
Hurricane's last foe - Patti Valentine - (Miami Herald) (link found by Patrick Kelly)

Sunday, January 30:
Beatrice Rutman, mother of troubadour Bob Dylan dies - (Phoenix Open) (link found by Magne Karlstad)
Online chat with John Prine - ( (link found by Scott Hakes)
Dylan Contributes New Song To "Wonder Boys" Film - (mtv) RealAudio clip included. (link found by Marion Hitzenhammer and Patrick K)
Cruise Superb in a Wild `Magnolia' - (SF Gate) (link found by Patrick K)
The MTV Celebrity Deathmatch with Bob-Jacob Dylan and Jerry-Ben Stiller will air on MTV (presumably in the USA) on Sunday Jan 30 at 2:30 PM EST.

Saturday, January 29:
Bob Dylan's mother, Beatrice Rutman, is dead.
Bob Dylan's mother dead at 84 - (Duluth News)
Obituary: Beatrice Rutman, mother of Bob Dylan - (Star Tribune)
Bob Dylan's mother, Beatrice Rutman, fondly recalled at memorial - (Pioneer Planet)
Who's Who entry

Wednesday, January 26:
Rubin `Hurricane' Carter Tells His Side of the Story in `The Hurricane" - (CNN Transcript) (link found by Brian James)
I will be off line (almost) until the end of the week!

Tuesday, January 25:
Steve Earle The professor of folk rock - (Chicago Sun-Times) (link found by Bernard J. Farber)
Cover Down Dylan covers - (Free The Music) (Rich Lerner & The Groove)
John Estes - (SonicNet) (link found by Nick Miller)

Monday, January 24:
When He Paints His Masterpiece - ( (link found by may isis)
Dylan's "Hurricane": A Look Back - (Rolling Stone News) (link found by Marion Hitzenhammer)

Sunday, January 23:
Things Have Changed lyrics transcribed by James A. King.

If you are looking for sheet music, try Sheet Music Plus.
Here is their Bob Dylan selection.

Bob Fass Show 1963 - two mp3s (64 kbps, 16000 kHz, 1 MB, two minutes each):
"Harold Johns, poet" - "Time Machine" (with Suze Rotolo).
When Justice Is a Game - (NY Times) (Hurricane book review) (link found by Bernard J. Farber)

Saturday, January 22:
Larry King's show last night on CNN: Hurricane (repeat today).
'Don't Look' now - (Chicago Tribune) (link found by Bernard J. Farber)
Bloack Diamond Bay cartoon in the BDX.

Friday, January 21:
Thanks, 'Crazy Chester,' whoever the heck you are - (Arkansas Online) (link found by John Gregan)
Bob Dylan i godt selskap - (Aftenposten) (Norwegian) Review of Håvard Rem's book "Bob Dylan".
(link found by Jan Gulbrandsen)

Don't Look Back will be on French Canal Jimmy (Satellite and Cable) tonight at 10PM. Before that a special on D Pennebaker will start at 9PM.
Master of the Rockumentary - (International Herald Tribune)

Thursday, January 20:
Dylan sets the tone for 'Wonder Boys' - (USA Today) New Dylan song: Things Have Changed (link found by Brian James)
Wonder Boys QuickTime trailer. (link found by Dag E. Braathen) Wonder Boys soundtrack at from February 15.

Bob Dylan trolig til Spektrum i mai - (Aftenposten) (Norwegian) Quotes Expecting Rain as usually well informed web site. (link found by Espen Aas)
Turning Carnatic music Jazzy - (The Hindu) mentions "Alphonso Johnson, who has `bassed' his guitar for Santana, Weather Report, Billy Cobham, Bob Dylan, Phil Collins and many other artistes of International repute."

Tuesday, January 18:
Fog Lifts From Dylan's Overlooked 1978 Masterpiece - (Remastered Street Legal reviewed) (slow site?)
Documenting Dylan D.A. Pennebaker interview about new DVD & VHS of Don't Look Back. -
Available from
Prine Time - (San Fransisco Examiner) (link found by Otto Thompson)
negru-alb - New Romanian Dylan cover album.

Monday, January 17:
Cosmic Baseball Association - (Who's on first?) (link found by Tim Rahto)
Sailing around the letter of the law Sites unite pirates in plundering music's treasure - (USA Today) (link found by Alex Leik)

Sunday, January 16:
Best Zim-Art of All Time - in the BDX.
Also let me remind you of Paolo Faresi's cartoon of All Alongh The Watchtower.
(I thought I published this Dec 29th, but had to upload the files again today.)

Spoiling for a fight? - (USA Today - Edna Gundersen) (link found by Otto Thompson)
Stern und Dylan erhalten Polarpreis - (Spiegel online) (German) (link found by Thomas Erle)
George Harrison Grateful For Support - (AP) (link found by Dag E. Braathen)
King Holiday Was Long, Tough Battle - (AP) (link found by Dag E. Braathen)

Saturday, January 15:
Small correction to Deep Beneath the Waves 81 concerning "Hallelujah".
How Big Rick became Little Richard - (Sydney Morning Herald) (only some Dylan content)

Friday, January 14:
Single Obsession (Hurricane) - (Hartford Courant) (by Roger Catlin)
Four November mp3's

Thursday, January 13:
You might want to study this new development at - (link found by Bernard J. Farber)
If Dylan goes to Stockholm to accept the Polar Music Prize award, he will be likely to play some concerts while in Scandinavia. Possible dates: May 15: award ceremony, May 16 & 17: Swedish concerts, May 19: Oslo.
Dylan wins music's "Nobel" - (Jam!)
This Hurricane is full of hot air - (The Star Ledge) (link found by Crystal)
Bob Dylan Wins The Polar Music Prize - (
Award founder, ABBA manager Stig Andersson, actually tried to convince the Swedish Academy to use his money to institute a Nobel prize for music. When they declined, The Royal Swedish Academy of Music did almost the same instead.

Wednesday, January 12:
I Happen To Be A Swede Myself !! Olof Björner's Dylan Home page.
Dylan And Stern Win Top Swedish Music Priz - (Reuters - Yahoo)
Bob Dylan and Isaac Stern awarded the Polar Music Prize - (Aftonbladet) (Swedish)(link found by Jan Semneby, Dante, Espen Aas, Anders Fajersson, Niclas Carlsson)
Musical and poetic brilliance - (Aftonbladet)
Dylan and Stern get this year's Polar Prize - (Dagens Nyheter) (Swedish)
This year's Polar Prize to Dylan - (Expressen) (Swedish)
The Polar Music Prize - (official site - in English) (link found by Jan Semneby)
Stern und Dylan erhalten Polarpreis - (Der Spiegel) (German) (link found by Hans Juckel)

"My Back Pages" cover version on The Spinatras' '' to be released January 25,
order from

Tuesday, January 11: - (The other) Dylan tops the list of downloads here.
Al is revealed to be a Bob fan - (Glamour magazine press release)
Doug Sahm tribute show reviewed in Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Tribune (link found by Bernard J. Farber)
Etheridge reveals David Crosby fathered her kids - (Chicago Tribune) (link found by Dag E. Braathen)
Melissa's Secret - (Rolling Stone) (link found by Bernard J. Farber)

Sunday, January 9:
Bob Dylan's First Public Performance Since Motorcycle Accident - (Psychedelic News)
Dylanology: Keats With a Guitar -- The Times Sure Are a-Changinę - (NY Times, free, but registration required) (link found by Bernard J. Farber and levnote)

Saturday, January 8:
The Sydney 1966 concert is available in mp3 format here
It makes no difference - (mp3 files)

Friday, January 7:
Bob Dylan's classic documentary `Don't Look Back' reissued on DVD - (DAVID HINCKLEY - New York Daily News)
Don't Look Back on VHS and DVD available from
Canoe 2000: Jam! Showbiz Polls - (Canadian) (link found by dag braathen)

Hurricane's Story, One Hell of a Movie - (Rex Reed in the New York Observer) (link found by William Robertson, Jr.)
The Hurricane - (official movie site) (link found by Bob Meyer)
Soundtrack includes Bob Dylan's "Hurricane", CD out Jan 11 at
The Other Side Of The Story - (from a friend of Patty Valentine)
Hurricane :[ the miraculous journey of RUBIN CARTER ] - (book) from
The Hurricane (Salon)

Thursday, January 6:
A new BDX by Mark Carter, taken from Freewheelin'. Vol 14 is now out!
His Long Ordeal Is Over, His Story Told on Film. 'Hurricane' Carter Has Won Justice. - (Washington Post) (link found by Doug Evans, Amy Fuhrman)
The Hurricane - (Entertainment Weekly)
VH1 Names 100 Greatest Rock Songs - (Tampa Bay Online) (link found by Joe Pop)

Today this month's Japanese version of GQ magazine was published, containing a Bob Dylan article ranging about 50 pages, of course including several photos. (from Hideki Tanaka)

Wednesday, January 5:
Rick Danko's last show - (Acoustic Cafe) (link found by John Zureick)
The drill sergeant of Canadian rock 'n' roll (Ronnie Hawkins) - (Globe and Mail) (link found by Arthur Louie)
The Hurricane review - ( (link found by Sean McArdle)

Tuesday, January 4:
A New Deep Beneath The Waves!
Reissued film classic looks back at Dylan - (Plain Dealer) (link found by Brian Kolonick)
What the world was listening to - (South China Morning Post) (link found by Thomas Erle)

Monday, January 3:
Albums as Mileposts in a Musical Century - (NY Times, free registration required) (link found by Joe P)

Sunday, January 2, 2000:
Beatles' Harrison a recluse in 100 rooms - (deseretnews)
Recording's Top Players - (NY Post)

Saturday, January 1, 2000:
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