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  1. Aug 20,  · The Days Before Hard Rain, a Bootleg of songs by Bob Dylan. Released in (catalog no. DS92J; CD)/5(7).
  2. Oct 29,  · The line ‘I had a job in the great north woods’ to me refers to the huge tracts of forest in Minnesota, where Dylan was from. And the line ‘and one day the axe just fell’ made me laugh the first time I heard the song, because to me it’s a clever play on words that refers to losing his job and also a nod to Paul Bunyan, the legendary lumberjack of the north woods.
  3. Mar 11,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Bob Dylan - Tangled up in Blue (Audio) YouTube Jerry Garcia Band - Tangled Up In Blue - Duration: whitefox , views.
  4. General CommentPush comes to shove "Tangled Up In Blue" and The Beatles' "In My Life" are my all-time favorite mondmilksevemengeotroxtunordovora.coinfo lyrics to "Tangled Up In Blue" are truly a thing of genius. Imo the phrase "tangled up in blue" essentially refers to his life-long struggle with the sorrow and frustration of having lost this woman, the love of his life.
  5. "Tangled Up in Blue" is a song by Bob Dylan. It appeared on his album Blood on the Tracks in Rolling Stone ranked it #68 on their list of the Greatest Songs of All Time. It was originally recorded in Nashville TN. with Eric Weisberg and Deliverence, A bluegrass band.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Days Before Hard Rain on Discogs. Label: Dynamite Studio - DS92J • Format: CD Unofficial Release • Country: Luxembourg • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock Tangled Up In Blue: Bob Dylan: The Days Before Hard Rain ‎ (CD, Ltd, Unofficial) Dynamite Studio 4/5(3).
  7. Tangled Up in Blue off of Blood On The Tracks is one of my favorite songs, and yet I'm only familiar with the original album version. I'm relatively new to listening to Bob Dylan, but I've heard that there are several great versions.
  8. Jul 08,  · The closest thing to being “tangled up in blue” is probably being “stuck inside a mobile with those Memphis blues again.” He weaves together recitations of actual events (perhaps meeting Sara who had worked at a “topless” place/ although the bunnies were clothed) with fanciful recollections (working on a boat outside Delacroix).

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