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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 10:02 GMT 
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That harmonica swoosh type hiccup in "Talkin' World War III Blues" (studio version/original from Freewheelin') after he sings "She said that for over an hour and I hung up" around 5:00.


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 10:12 GMT 
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That devilish laugh in "It's All Good".


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 10:15 GMT 

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The way he says "Even the bloodhounds of London" in Something's Burning, Baby.


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 10:28 GMT 
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The line "You’ll be doin’ society a favor/That sonofabitch is brave and gettin’ braver" in Hurricane... Don´t know why.


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 10:30 GMT 
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"aim well, my little one" in Romance in Durango live 1975...
and the "YES" in Isis


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 10:43 GMT 
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the little bit in the background of "one too many mornings" on Live 1966 where he says "all right!!" back to the band just before Robbie's guitar solo.


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 10:45 GMT 
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The intro of Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You.

The accordion and banjo rhythms of High Water.


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 10:51 GMT 
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The way he rolls around the words of Red River Shore.... a great vocal!


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 11:39 GMT 
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- The last verse of "Queen Jane" : "you need someone you don't have to talk to" and the "aaaaaaaaah won't you" at the end.
- The beautiful guitar on "Corrina, Corrina" and the way he sing on this one
- The accordeon at the beginning of "Joey"
- The harmonica of "Was It What you Wanted?".


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 11:47 GMT 
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i love the last verse of Hard Rain at Brixton 2003, so intense


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 12:26 GMT 
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It's been said before, but I like the rhyme of sons-of-bitches and orphanages. I don't even care if it's an original rhyme, it's cool.


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 12:55 GMT 
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rimbaud wrote:
The way he says "Even the bloodhounds of London" in Something's Burning, Baby.


nice tout


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 13:06 GMT 
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The way he sings "crying in the wilderness" in Someone got a hold of my heart.


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 13:45 GMT 
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the chair creaking in Going, Going, Gone

Eeeee-idiot wind!

Groom's Still Waiting at the Alter: "East of the Rock of Gilbraltaaaaar"

the way he says, "It's true" (just like Lili von Shtupp from Blazing Saddles: "It's twoo") in "If Not for You." George Harrison does a similar "It's twoo" in "Crackerbox Palace."


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 13:46 GMT 
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The way he sings 'Lily had already taken all of the dye out of her hair'


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 13:50 GMT 
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'iii-dentifyyy" in Hurricane


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 14:20 GMT 

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"How does it feeeeeel" - The long long feel, it makes the song
" And when I saw you break down in front of the judge and cry real tears..." The nasal, yet sincere high pitch.
" .......You could get wrecked in this dance" and "I think the rain has stopped" The low voice, foreshadowing-warning tone.
" I'm on a rollin' river in a jerkin' boat"- The voice matches the lyrics perfectly. The earnest, almost panicked tone is a perfect match for the song.
And lots, lots more.


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 14:26 GMT 

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"goin' all the way, 'til the wheels fall off and buuuuuurn"

"the world of research has gone beserk.....too much paperwork"


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 14:29 GMT 
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His harp work on the opening bars of 4th Time Around, either live or on the record.


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 14:54 GMT 
tellmemomma1966 wrote:
the little bit in the background of "one too many mornings" on Live 1966 where he says "all right!!" back to the band just before Robbie's guitar solo.
all right!


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 15:04 GMT 
On the still-unreleased (but that doesn't stop all of us Bob detectives from knowing it backwards) Idiot Wind, where he sing:

It's gonna cost you all your love
And you won't.. get it... for... money

If I was there while that was being sung, I'd be backing slowly out of the room.


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 15:10 GMT 
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"The Man in Me" -
"Take a woman like you, to get THROOOUGH to the Man in Me.."

As well as the la la la's and the overall sound of his voice. I absolutely love the one of a kind, husky timbre throughout the whole song, captured in that one of a kind song. Slightly raspy and perfectly hoarse.

"But, ohh what a wonderful FEELING.."


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 15:11 GMT 
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the "Oh My Goodness!" part in Days of 49!


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 15:24 GMT 

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jman wrote:
"goin' all the way, 'til the wheels fall off and buuuuuurn"

"the world of research has gone beserk.....too much paperwork"



Coud'nt agree more.

Also "...tried to get you to love me but I won't repeat that mistake". The way he sings this line, reminds me a lot of the tone on "Positivley 4th Street" and others from that period.


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PostPosted: Wed August 3rd, 2011, 15:29 GMT 

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I especially like the scene from Dharma & Greg.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ix5Hn_N ... F6E7196754


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