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A Nod to Bob (An Artists' Tribute to Bob Dylan On His 60th Birthday)

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This 2001 collection, issued to celebrate Bob Dylan’s 60th birthday, is a respectful and sedate tribute to one of the 20th century’s most important musical figures. The focus here is on folk and blues performers taking turns with mostly Dylan’s early material with a few exceptions. Guy Davis dares a husky growl through the latter-day “Sweetheart Like You” and Dave Ray and Spider John Koerner take on the folk-blues standard “Delia” that Dylan adapted. Everyone has his or her own way of paying tribute. Maggie and Suzzy Roche take an adventurous route with “Clothes Line Saga,” turning Dylan’s Basement Tape into a meticulous performance of uptown harmony. Cliff Eberhardt slows “I Want You” into a desperate plea. Martin Simpson transforms “Boots of Spanish Leather” into an intricate guitar-piece with Celtic overtones. Dylan’s fellow traveler Ramblin’ Jack Elliott sings “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” with the passion of someone singing it for the first time. Norman Blake and Peter Ostroushko beautifully interpret “Restless Farewell.” Rosalie Sorrels takes control of “Tomorrow Is a Long Time.”

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On the whole, some really nice covers

These covers of Bob are, on the whole, really quite fine. The whole album would be worth the price of guitar virtuoso Martin Simpson's "Boots of Spanish Leather." This has to be one of the most beautiful, soulful covers of this song ever recorded, and the guitar work is achingly beautiful. There are some less than stellar cuts on this, but there's also really fine work by Guy Davis on "Sweetheart Like You" and Greg Brown on "Pleding my Time" and I love Eliza Gilkyson on "Love Minus Zero/No Limit." Rablin' Jack Eliott is terrific, as you'd expect, on "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right." An unever album, yes, but well worth the price of these gems. Especially Martin Simpon's "Boots of Spanish Leather." If you don't know this guitar genius/god, this is a great introduction to one of the best in the world, and what a soulful cover it is.

"When Your Rooster Crows At The Break Of Dawn!"

.."Look Out Your Window And I'll Be Gone!"..Well; "A Nod To Bob" (An Artist's Tribute To Bob Dylan On His 60th Birthday) is as fine a "Happy Birthday Cake" as anyone could wish for! For there's a little something in here for Everybody={ Folkies Old & New; Traveling Troubadors who knew Bobby from the old Gaslight "Hootenanny" Nights to young admirers who owe a huge debt to the Master's Style!} You can Nod Along to: Love Minus Zero; Tomorrow Is A Long Time; Delia & Restless Farewell! { Bob Dylan will be 67 this year and is currently on tour with his "Modern Times" Band & Showing no signs of going into a nursing home anytime soon!} "A Nod To Bob" deserves another listening!...by Grimmbo.

Worthwhile -- judge for yourself!

One reviewer said this was more like a slap in the face.... Well, I'll tell you what.... Music is a taste thing... What one person may like another may not.... And anyone who has seen Dylan himself perform a number of times either live or on television knows full well that he can do a good job of butchering his own songs from time to time.... With that said Why would anyone find fault with a woman recording "It ani't Me Babe"? After all it has been done as a duet more than once including Johnny Cash and & June Carter Cash. True there may be some Dylan fans out there that think only Dylan can perform his songs as they should be performed or that no one else can do them better but there are also a lot of folks that don't even like Dylan's sound or his voice [I'm not one of those] and they might enjoy these renditions. Then there are those who collect different renditions of Dylan's songs covered by other artists. This album is worthy of adding to such a collection. I have others that I like a lot less mostly because they contain the harder rock versions of Dylan's music which is not my preference. As I said, it's all a taste thing. While I don't recognize all the artists on this disc, I do recognize a number of them as established artists. In my opinion, the person who wrote the negative review I referred to is all wet.

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