2/66: Dylan Goes Nashville; James Brown Goes NYC; Brian Just Keeps Going

Posted: February 20, 2011 in Audioblog
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My 60-second version of Bob Dylan’s quick evolution, leads us to February 1966 with Bob recording cuts for Blonde on Blonde in Nashville, after giving up in NYC.  James Brown has gone the other way, recording in New York the same day. You gotta love lyrics like:  “It’s a man’s world, but it would be nothing without a woman or a girl.”  (you have to be careful to cover all age groups and demographics obviously).

And Brian Wilson finally lets his bandmates actually play on a backing track for Pet Sounds. Hear it here.


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