3 Baseball Media Members, Craig Calcaterra, Steven Goldman & Mike Ferrin share their thoughts on Bob Dylan's work and legacy.
Taking a Break
Craig, Steven & Mike announce a pause to the podcast following the news of the week.
Episode 28-Knocked Out Loaded
You can blame Craig Calcaterra for this one...1986's Knocked Out Loaded is queued up and ready for us to drop the needle on it. Craig, Steven Goldman & Mike Ferrin discuss one of Dylan's most, um, infamous, albums that includes arguably his worst cover, and an epic that might get written up in the Corpus Christi Tribune
Episode 27-BOB DYLAN
Bob Dylan's 1962 debut gets "The Treatment" from Craig Calcaterra, Steven Goldman and Mike Ferrin as the 3 discuss its place in the Dylan lexicon and Dylan's eventual impact on the Greenwich Folk Movement. They also talk about the film "Inside Llewyn Davis" and the shadow Dylan casts over the period piece that would've been a mere months before this album was cut.
Episode 26-Nashville Skyline
The Boys (played by Craig Calcaterra, Mike Ferrin & Steven Goldman) are Back in town! But, instead of hanging out at Geno's, they're breaking down Bob Dylan's Country tinged 1969 almost LP Nashville Skyline. It's short (The album, not the podcast), fun, and an arrow towards New Morning.
Episode 25--Clinton Heylin
A special anniversary edition of "Everything is Broken", as Steve, Craig & Mike welcome Clinton Heylin, Dylan biographer and author of "The Double Life of Bob Dylan: Volume I: 1941–1966 A Restless, Hungry Feeling." We nerd out talking to one of the foremost Dylan scholars and researchers. It's like a Birthday present for ourselves.
EPISODE 24-John Wesley Harding
Steven Goldman, Craig Calcaterra & Mike Ferrin talk about outlaws, biblical figures, and the desire to be one's huckleberry with Bob Dylan's 1967 album John Wesley Harding. The album ran counter to the counter culture of 1967 music but wasn't really pop culture. It makes for an interesting album & potentially interesting discussion
Best of Dylan podcasts
This one is a keeper.
Not to be overlooked if you are a a deep cut Dylan fan or new to podcasts or new to anything related to Dylan as an artist.
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