#168 – my music recommendations for this week

The past week I've been on a non stop Bob Dylan train. The sun's finally coming out here in Limerick and I wanna drive around, walk around and sit around at home with Dylan soothing my ears with his vocal prowess and beauty. Doesn't Bob Dylan have such a powerful, unique and other passionate tone … Continue reading #168 – my music recommendations for this week

#159 – Just like a woman by Bob Dylan is beautiful, timeless and mystical

Released in 1966 Just like a woman by Bob Dylan, Tom Petty & the heartbreakers. This is some classic Bob Dylan music right here, with harmonica on hand he's unstoppable. This song here is a beautiful ode to love and it doesn't really matter who he's singing about here whether it's Edie Sedgwick the Andy … Continue reading #159 – Just like a woman by Bob Dylan is beautiful, timeless and mystical

#135 – I’ve got Bob Dylan on repeat πŸŽΆπŸŽΈ

I always have Bob Dylan playing either in the car, on my phone or on vinyl. He's the best to listen to, his songs have such vivid imagery and descriptive and often vague references. Dylan has been at the forefront of change in music as well as society for over 60 years now. There's been … Continue reading #135 – I’ve got Bob Dylan on repeat πŸŽΆπŸŽΈ

#126 – My 5 favourite songs πŸŽΆπŸŽ§

Here's my top 5 favourite songs of all time and they've been there for a while now! In no particular order here's a playlist I find myself listening to as often as I can. It's my 22 minutes of bliss anytime these songs are playing. Come and Get Your Love by RedboneBeast of burden by … Continue reading #126 – My 5 favourite songs πŸŽΆπŸŽ§

#56 – Bob Dylan & JFK

Friday twenty seventh of March 2020. Bob Dylan releases an almost seventeen minute masterpiece on former president of the United States John Fitzgerald Kennedy. The first original song of Dylan's in over eight years he brings us this sprawling epic covering the most public and shocking assassination in history. Dylan goes in depth and takes … Continue reading #56 – Bob Dylan & JFK