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Any Major Bob Dylan Covers Vol. 4

The first three volumes comprised covers of most of the better-known Dylan songs. This compilation, and the upcoming Vol. 5, enters the terrain of some lesser-known tracks (unless you’re a Dylanista, in which case there is no such thing as an obscure song).

This means that for many listeners, some of these cover versions serve as an introduction to Dylan songs they didn’t know; and for the Dylan fans, I hope there are some versions of the tracks they know which they hadn’t heard before.

As ever, CD-R length, masterpiece-painted covers, PW in comments.

1. George Thorogood and The Destroyers – Drifter’s Escape (2006)
2. Counting Crows – You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere (2012)
3. Neko Case – Buckets Of Rain (2006)
4. Stan Ridgway – As I Went Out One Morning (1996)
5. Elvis Costello – Don’t Throw Your Love Away (2008)
6. Los Lobos – On A Night Like This (2003)
7. Yo La Tengo – 4th Time Around (2007)
8. Phoenix – Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands (2010)
9. The Dubliners with De Dannan – Boots Of Spanish Leather (1992)
10. The Neville Brothers – With God On Our Side (1989)
11. Patti LaBelle – Most Likely You Go Your Way And I’ll Go Mine (1977)
12. The Persuasions – The Man In Me (1971)
13. The Faces – Wicked Messenger (1970)
14. The Leaves – Love Minus Zero (1965)
15. Jackie DeShannon – Walkin’ Down The Line (1963)
16. Jason and the Scorchers – Absolutely Sweet Marie (1984)
17. Gary U.S. Bonds – From A Buick 6 (1981)
18. Joe Cocker – Watching The River Flow (1978)
19. David Bowie – Trying To Get To Heaven (1999)
20. George Harrison – Mama, You’ve Been On My Mind (1970)

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  1. halfhearteddude
    July 27th, 2017 at 06:52 | #1

    PW = amdwhah

  2. Aitch
    July 27th, 2017 at 13:08 | #2

    Great compilation (as usual), mate – Keep up the good work!
    Just one query… excuse my pedantry, but shouldn’t the Costello track be ‘I Threw It All Away’?

  3. rekkids
    July 27th, 2017 at 17:05 | #3

    Thank You !

  4. RhodB
    July 28th, 2017 at 22:20 | #4

    Thanks Amd

    Some great versions here. I’ll give it a good listen in the car over the weekend

    Nice work

    Regards

    Rhod

  5. Walter Endres
    August 4th, 2017 at 17:02 | #5

    Regarding George Thorogood’s “Drifter’s Escape”, there is also a German (Viennese) version by Wolfgang Ambros, “Des Sandlers Flucht” (Sandler is a Viennese word for homeless person).

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