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Thursday, 6 October 2016

The Rolling Stones: New Blues Album; Bob Dylan, Albert Hall 1966; Chuck Berry Turns 90, new album



From BBC News, Mark Savage - Rolling Stones announce first album since 2005


The Rolling Stones: 'We are theatre and reality at the same time', The Guardian


Review, with two videos -  The Rolling Stones, Blue & Lonesome


Looking back: Bob Dylan, Live at the Albert Hall, 1966 (yes, I was there - at the real Albert Hall concert)

"Columbia/Legacy will release Bob Dylan’s performance at the Royal Albert Hall from May 26, 1966 (two days after the artist’s 25 birthday) as an album entitled The Real Royal Albert Hall 1966 Concert. For decades, Dylan’s performance in Manchester was incorrectly labelled “The Royal Albert Hall Concert.” Now, for the first time, the REAL Royal Albert Hall concert–originally recorded for a live album by CBS Records–is finally being released, mixed by Grammy-winning engineer Chris Shaw. The Real Royal Albert Hall 1966 Concert will be released as a 2CD and 12″ 2LP collection on November 25" (from bobdylan.com)

I was at this concert.

She Belongs to Me (Live from London 5/26/66)
Fourth Time Around (Live from London 5/26/66)
Visions of Johanna (Live from London 5/26/66)
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (Live from London 5/26/66)
Desolation Row (Live from London 5/26/66)
Just Like a Woman (Live from London 5/26/66)
Mr. Tambourine Man (Live from London 5/26/66)
Tell Me, Momma (Live from London 5/26/66)
I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) [Live from London 5/26/66]
Baby, Let Me Follow You Down (Live from London 5/26/66)
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (Live from London 5/26/66)
Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (Live from London 5/26/66)
One Too Many Mornings (Live from London 5/26/66)
Ballad of a Thin Man (Live from London 5/26/66)
Like a Rolling Stone (Live from London 5/26/66)


Chuck Berry, pioneer of rock and roll, celebrates 90th birthday by announcing he has a new album coming, The Independent


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