Compared to some recent Dylan archive releases, the 15th volume of The Bootleg Series looks a little slim – just three discs! But if you think of Travelin’ Thru as a prequel to 2013’s Another Self Portrait, it brings us to a total of six discs dealing with Bob’s late 1960s/early 1970s period. Set entirely in Nashville, Vol. 15 isn’t quite as revelatory as Another Self Portrait – but it’s plenty revelatory.
It wasn’t necessarily going to end this way for Johnny Cash. When the 62-year-old singer first sat in Rick Rubin’s Sunset Strip living room and played him the handful of […]
As mentioned a couple of weeks ago in Bob Dylan :: After The Crash (1967-1970) , back in 2005 AD posted the unreleased tracks from Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash’s 1968 sessions. With the Legacy reissue of […]
Perhaps the true test of “a legend” is when, even in the midst of total and complete over-saturation, their legacy remains untarnished and beyond reproach. If so, when it comes […]
“Hello, I’m Johnny Cash.” The other night PBS, as part of their P.O.V. Series, aired the 1969 Johnny Cash documentary Johnny Cash: The Man, His World, His Music . Shot in 1968 and ’69, the film is an […]