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Dylan.FM takes deep dives into specific albums/eras of Bob Dylan’s work. Show guests include insiders, authors, and fans as we work to understand and enjoy Dylan even more.

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Craig is a long-time Dylan fan, collector and obsessive. An audiophile and avid concert go'er, he relishes the chance to talk Bob with other fanatics. He's spent his career as a technology executive and entrepreneur.

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S03.04 Yonder Comes Sin & Every Grain of Sand w/ Michael Gray
We continue our series with Michael Gray on Song & Dance Man, Vol. 2 with a discussion of two chapters on great songs from Bob's Born-Again Period. The first is Yonder Comes Sin, and outtake captured at a live show soundcheck, and unreleased until the Trouble No More Bootleg Series. The Second is the beloved ...
S03.03 Dylan & The Dead - The Relationship w/ Harold Lepidus
In this episode we talk to Dylan and Dead expert Harold Lepidus about all aspects of that history, the shows, the rehearsals, the inspiration, and the impact ...
S03.02 Empire Burlesque (Song-by-Song) with Jim Beviglia
In this episode we talk about The Power and Politics of Bob Dylan’s Live Performances - Play a Song for Me, is anchored by chapters from co-editors Erin Callahan and Court Carney, ...
S03.01 Bob Dylan's Five Worst Years 1984-1988 (An Introduction)
In this episode we talk about The Power and Politics of Bob Dylan’s Live Performances - Play a Song for Me, is anchored by chapters from co-editors Erin Callahan and Court Carney, ...
S02.20 Bob Books: The Politics and Power of Bob Dylan's Live Performances w/Erin Callahan and Court Carney
In this episode we talk about The Power and Politics of Bob Dylan’s Live Performances - Play a Song for Me, is anchored by chapters from co-editors Erin Callahan and Court Carney, ...
S02.19 The Street to Slow Train - Song & Dance Man Vol.2 Ch.1 with Michael Gray
In this episode we talk with author Michael Gray about Chapter One of Volume 2 of Song & Dance Man: The Art of Bob Dylan - Yonder Comes Sin, which was just released. Much of the discussion is about Street-Legal, and how that album revealed Dylan's evolving search for salvation - in a way that ...
S02.18 Mixing Up The Medicine - The Bob Dylan Archives Book With Mark Davidson and Parker Fishel
Mixing Up The Medicine is a new book that takes us all inside The Bob Dylan Archives, and shares a wealth of photos, memorabilia, manuscripts, and new original writing. We talk with authors Mark Davidson and Parker Fishel to learn how they created it. ** The Extended Version of this Episode is 30 Minutes long ...
S02.17 Bob Dylan's Use of Pre-War Blues: Song & Dance Man Ch 8 With Michael Gray
Well over 100 musicians have played in Dylan's band over the past 60 years, and Ray Padgett spoke to nearly 50 of them for his new book 'Pledging My Time - Conversations With Bob Dylan Band Members'. In this episode we talk with Ray about the book and all these interesting conversations ...
S02.16 Lay Down Your Weary Tune - Song & Dance Man Ch 6 With Michael Gray
Well over 100 musicians have played in Dylan's band over the past 60 years, and Ray Padgett spoke to nearly 50 of them for his new book 'Pledging My Time - Conversations With Bob Dylan Band Members'. In this episode we talk with Ray about the book and all these interesting conversations ...
S02.15 Dylan Moves Toward Simplicity With Michael Gray
Well over 100 musicians have played in Dylan's band over the past 60 years, and Ray Padgett spoke to nearly 50 of them for his new book 'Pledging My Time - Conversations With Bob Dylan Band Members'. In this episode we talk with Ray about the book and all these interesting conversations ...
S02.12 Dylan Moves Toward Complexity (Pt.1) With Michael Gray
Well over 100 musicians have played in Dylan's band over the past 60 years, and Ray Padgett spoke to nearly 50 of them for his new book 'Pledging My Time - Conversations With Bob Dylan Band Members'. In this episode we talk with Ray about the book and all these interesting conversations ...
S02.11 What Dylan Took From Early Rock & Roll - Song & Dance Man Ch.3 - With Michael Gray
Well over 100 musicians have played in Dylan's band over the past 60 years, and Ray Padgett spoke to nearly 50 of them for his new book 'Pledging My Time - Conversations With Bob Dylan Band Members'. In this episode we talk with Ray about the book and all these interesting conversations ...
S02.10 Dylan and Literature - Song & Dance Man Ch.2 - With Michael Gray
Well over 100 musicians have played in Dylan's band over the past 60 years, and Ray Padgett spoke to nearly 50 of them for his new book 'Pledging My Time - Conversations With Bob Dylan Band Members'. In this episode we talk with Ray about the book and all these interesting conversations ...
S02.09 Pledging My Time: Conversations with Bob Dylan Band Members w/Ray Padgett
Well over 100 musicians have played in Dylan's band over the past 60 years, and Ray Padgett spoke to nearly 50 of them for his new book 'Pledging My Time - Conversations With Bob Dylan Band Members'. In this episode we talk with Ray about the book and all these interesting conversations ...
S02.08 Dylan and Folk Music - Song & Dance Man Ch.1 - With Michael Gray
The first serious book to analyze and critique the work of Bob Dylan was Michael Gray's Song & Dance Man: The Art of Bob Dylan - and it's back in print after over a decade, in a new 50th Anniversary Series. To celebrate we're doing our own series of interviews with Gray, walking through the ...
S02.07 The Bob Dylan Center - First Anniversary and Beyond with Director Steven Jenkins
The World Gone Wrong album cover stands out amongst all the Dylan covers - Bob has a top hat on, the colors are vibrant, and he has a detached look that doesn't exude the confidence you find on all of his other covers. The picture was taken during the filming of a video for Blood ...
S02.06 Dylan's Guitar Playing on Good As I Been To You with Eyolf Østrem
The World Gone Wrong album cover stands out amongst all the Dylan covers - Bob has a top hat on, the colors are vibrant, and he has a detached look that doesn't exude the confidence you find on all of his other covers. The picture was taken during the filming of a video for Blood ...
S02.05 The World Gone Wrong Cover Photo Shoot with Ana Maria Vélez Wood
The World Gone Wrong album cover stands out amongst all the Dylan covers - Bob has a top hat on, the colors are vibrant, and he has a detached look that doesn't exude the confidence you find on all of his other covers. The picture was taken during the filming of a video for Blood ...
S02.04 Books On Bob: Bob Dylan in Minnesota w/ K.G. Miles
Bob Dylan knew - and often played - most of the songs he covered on Good As I Been To You for his entire professional life. In this episode we examine the original versions of these songs (there are always more than a few) and other interesting covers that have been done since Dylan's 1992 ...
S02.03 Good As I've Been To You - Originals & Covers w/ Ray Padgett
We begin our Season Two looking at the records Dylan made at home, Good As I Been To You and World Gone Wrong. Episode features a background to this move, an interview with Engineer Micajah Ryan, and and overview of the Good As I Been To You Reviews from top publications. This page is for ...
S02.02 Michael Gray on The Songs of Good As I've Been To You
We begin our Season Two looking at the records Dylan made at home, Good As I Been To You and World Gone Wrong. Episode features a background to this move, an interview with Engineer Micajah Ryan, and and overview of the Good As I Been To You Reviews from top publications. This page is for ...
S02.01 Home Alone - GAIBTY & WGW ft. Engineer Micajah Ryan
We begin our Season Two looking at the records Dylan made at home, Good As I Been To You and World Gone Wrong. Episode features a background to this move, an interview with Engineer Micajah Ryan, and and overview of the Good As I Been To You Reviews from top publications ...
S01.25 Why Do Some People Hate Bob Dylan's 'Make You Feel My Love' with Laura Tenschert
Make You Feel My Love is a song that has received a lot of attention - but not entirely out of admiration - a lot of Dylan fans just don't like it. On this episode Laura Tenschert talks about the song and those reactions. Laura is a writer, podcaster and musician who runs Definitely Dylan ...
S01.24 The Time Out Of Mind Tulsa Tapes and Jim Dickinson with Whirly Gig Author John Lewis
Whirly Gig is a new book that looks at the making of Time Out Of Mind. Today we talk with author John Lewis who shares his insights based on a longtime friendship with TOOM Musician Jim Dickinson and his time in The Bob Dylan Archives in Tulsa - where he was able to listen to ...
S01.23 Time Out Of Mind on Blu-Ray: The 2022 Mix in Hi-Res & Atmos with Paul Sinclair of SuperDeluxeEdition
It turns out Fragments wasn't the last Time Out Of Mind release for the year. A few days ago SuperDeluxeEdition.com made the surprise announcement of a new Time Out Of Mind Blu-Ray disc offering the 2022 Remix in 24/96 High Resolution and the Dolby Atmos Mix. This is on pre-sale until Feb 24, 2023 and ...
S01.22 Steven Hyden - Liner Notes Writer for FRAGMENTS: Time Out Of Mind Sessions (Bootleg Series 17)
Steven Hyden wrote the liner notes for The Bootleg Series 17: Fragments - The Time Out Of Mind Sessions, and in this episode talks to us about the assignment, his assessment of Bob Dylan in 1997, and how the narrative of the times stood up to 25 years of additional Bob Dylan output. Hyden is ...
S01.21 Michael Brauer on Remixing Time Out Of Mind for FRAGMENTS (Bootleg Series 17)
Michael Brauer was recently tapped to remix Time Out Of Mind, for the Fragments Bootleg Series 17 box set. Reimagining an Album Of The Year is no small task, and Michael tells us his goals for the project, what he was asked to do, and how he went about rebuilding this classic album and give ...
S01.19 The World of Bob Dylan 2023 Preview with Sean Latham
Sean Latham is the Director of the Tulsa University Institute for Bob Dylan Studies, which is related to The Bob Dylan Archives and The Bob Dylan Center. He is also the Pauline McFarlin Walter Endowed Chair of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Tulsa where he serves as Editor of the James Joyce ...
S01.16 Pledging My Time with Bob Dylan's Band Members (New Book by Ray Padgett)
Ray Padgett is writing a new book that compiles 50+ interviews with musicians and others who've been involved with Bob Dylan's live shows. It's called Pledging My Time, and there is a pre-release Indiegogo campaign running that allows you to pre-order the book and take advantage of special bonus offers. The campaign runs through December ...
S01.15 Jeff Slate on Bob Dylan and Time Out Of Mind
Jeff Slate is a musician, writer, and radio host with a long and deep connection to Bob Dylan. He wrote the liner notes to the More Blood, More Tracks edition of The Bootleg Series, and has done several events for The Bob Dylan Center in Tulsa. He shares his insider's view and personal memories on ...
S01.14 Reviewers Roundtable - Bob Dylan's The Philosophy of Modern Song
Five respected music writers - each with recent reviews of Bob Dylan's new book - joined us to share their thoughts and discuss the contents of this incredible work. Our panel includes Anne Margaret Daniel, Seth Rogovoy, Allison Rapp, David Yaffe, and David Hajdu (Bio's below). They share their favorite entries from the book, the ...
S01.12 Michael Gray on the Four Major Songs on Time Out Of Mind
Micheal Gray wrote the first serious critical book on Bob Dylan's work in 1972's Song and Dance Man, and for the 50 years since has remained one of the most respected and important voices even in the very large world that joined him in that effort. He's expanded Song and Dance Man twice, wrote The ...
S01.11 Jochen Markhorst on Cold Irons Bound from Time Out Of Mind
Jochen Markhorst is a key member of the ring of Dylanologists who help the rest of us know about the references, influences, and ideas found in Dylan's work. In hundreds of blog posts and 15 books he's shared an impressive ability to put Bob's work into context of other music, literature, poetry, and art. He ...
S01.10 Robyn Hitchcock on Bob Dylan and Time Out Of Mind
Robyn Hitchcock is a broadly respected singer-songwriter with a lifetime of connections to Bob Dylan. He saw Bob Dylan perform at the Isle of Wight as a teenager in 1969, became the kind of songwriter that could only exist in the world after Dylan, and has regularly performed and recorded Dylan songs - for decades ...
S01.07 Wesley Stace on Dylan's Time Out Of Mind (Pt.1)
Wesley Stace was probably first known to Dylan fans by his stage name, John Wesley Harding - when he delivered great songs and albums from the late 80's through the turn of the century - including 'It Happened One Night', 'Here Comes The Groom', 'Awake' and others. This century he's continued to put out fine ...
S01.05 Influences and Lyric Borrowing in Dylan's Time Out Of Mind with Scott Warmuth
Scott Warmuth is a Dylan fan, scholar, and researcher who is known as the guy who discovered the 'late period' writing style of Bob Dylan by identifying hundreds of influences and borrowed lyric sources across all kinds of books, movies, magazines, and more. In this episode he points his magnifying glass at Time Out Of ...
S01.04 Bob Books: Dreams & Dialogues in Dylan's Time Out Of Mind
Graley Herren is the author of 'Dreams and Dialogues in Dylan's Time Out Of Mind, and a professor (Chair of the English Department) at Xavier University in Cincinnati Ohio. He specializes in Modern Irish Literature, Modern Drama, Samuel Beckett, Don DeLillo, and Bob Dylan. He is the author of Samuel Beckett's Plays on Film and Television, The ...
S01.03 Recording Time Out Of Mind with Engineer Mark Howard
Mark Howard is an accomplished Engineer, Producer and Musician - who worked with Bob Dylan as the Engineer on two of his most loved albums: Oh Mercy and Time Out Of Mind. In this conversation Mark tells us about the everything from the very beginning when Dylan drove himself up to the Teatro Studio for ...
S01.02 The Land Before TOOM
Time Out Of Mind followed 20 years in which Dylan was not always loved. In this episode we look at his career from 1977 through 1996 to understand where he was and to highlight how remarkable a comeback this album really was. We'll revisit the less successful years and see how his relationship with fans, ...
S01.01 Dylan in the 90's and Beyond with Author Howard Sounes
In this episode Howard Sounes shares the results of the extensive work he did writing the biography 'Down the Highway: The Life of Bob Dylan' which was recently updated for Dylan’s 80th. Howard tells us what he learned about the man, his life in the early 90's before Time Out Of Mind, and then the making ...
S01.00 Announcing Dylan.FM (The Podcast)
This is a new Bob Dylan podcast from Freak Music Club. Our Season One focuses on Dylan's Time Out Of Mind album in celebration of its 25th Anniversary. Episodes feature interviews with authors, experts, musicians, dylanologists, fans, and even some who worked with Dylan making on this great record.  Our hope is that the show ...

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