And perhaps he will weep for me Javascript is required to view shouts on this page. I love Dylan, more than any crop to pick up a guitar, ever. Untold Dylan: “I’ll let you be in my dream if I can be in yours”. What I can’t understand is why, having worked on this song Bob would only play it once; it is a super song, and his arrangement is exquisite. Holy smokes!! Tour Dates; Setlists; News. Bob played the song just once (hence an inclusion here) on July 14 2013 in Clarkston MI. I just saw that Bob Dylan covered Richard Thompson's 1952 Vincent Black Lightning. For what it is worth, I think it is really worth listening to Bob’s version again after hearing the original; it gives a greater insight into the song and the process Bob and the band had gone through to get to their version. And Black Lightning is a song that would make any mix tape or disc better, a song that makes me well up many a time. A different Bob again! Required fields are marked *, The meaning behind the music and words of Bob Dylan. Start the wiki. By Tony Attwood. (Carter Family: Weeping Willow Tree ~ traditional). Tony Attwood, Oh, bury me under the weeping willow So he may know where I am sleeping Of course one of the great problems with featuring once only performances is that the song and the performance may be wonderful, but sometimes bits of the recording are not so good, but I beg you to stay with this and ignore the voice that occasionally pops up. Yes, under the weeping willow tree Everyone who knows Richard Thompson’s incredible contribution to popular music knows the 1952 Vincent Black Lightning. News; Hype; Albums; Songs; Books; Art; Whiskey; Store; 1952 Vincent Black Lightning. View All. We don‘t have an album for this track yet. If you are enjoying it one tenth as much as I am, scurrying around listening to the once only played songs and tracing the originals, then you are having a good time. Some user-contributed text on this page is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. 2013/07/14 Bob Dylan 2013 DTE Energy Music Theatre - Clarkston, MI. Go directly to shout page. You can also see details of our main sections on this site at the top of this page under the picture. The song was included in Time magazine’s “All Time 100 Songs” list of the best English-language musical compositions released between 1923 and 2011 – and indeed in 2011 Richard Thompson was given an OBE. This is the second piece in the new “Once only file” series. It is so worth it. Untold Dylan is written by people who want to write for Untold Dylan. Last Played Jul 14, 2013. times Played 1. November 17 1993, at the Supper Club New York. Lyrics 1961-2012. We also have a very lively discussion group “Untold Dylan” on Facebook with around 7000 active members. 2013/07/14 Bob Dylan 2013 DTE Energy Music Theatre - Clarkston, MI. He followed this rendition with “Delia’s Gone” and “Jim Jones at Botany Bay”. The song was included in Time magazine’s “All Time 100 Songs” list of the best English-language musical compositions released between 1923 and 2011 – and indeed in 2011 Richard Thompson was given an OBE. It’s a song that has guitarists tearing their hair out because of the unusual chordal accompaniment. Just type the phrase “Untold Dylan” in, on your Facebook page or follow this link, You’ll find some notes about our latest posts arranged by themes and subjects on the home page of this site. I will never understand this guy no matter how much I listen. Written by: Richard Thompson Appears on. We welcome articles, contributions and ideas from all our readers. Do you know a YouTube video for this track? It is simply a forum for those interested in the work of the most famous, influential and recognised popular musician and poet of our era, to read about, listen to and express their thoughts on, his lyrics and music. Sadly no one gets paid, but if you are published here, your work will be read by a fairly large number of people across the world, ranging from fans to academics. Let us know what you think of the Last.fm website. By Tony Attwood. Here’s the original – it really is a fantastic tune with a gorgeous guitar part. If you have an idea, or a finished piece send it as a Word file to Tony@schools.co.uk with a note saying that it is for publication on Untold Dylan.