Dylan’s Late-Career Classics: Not Dark Yet

In revious posts, we have discussed some of the classics song written by Bob Dylan late in his career. Recently, two of our favorite artists covered one such classic song when sisters Allison Moorer and Shelby Lynne recorded Dylan’s “Not Dark Yet.” “Not Dark Yet” first appeared on Dylan’s Time Out of Mind album in … Continue reading “Dylan’s Late-Career Classics: Not Dark Yet”

Dylan’s Late-Career Classics: Mississippi

On May 8, 1541, explorer and conquistador Hernando de Soto became one of the first Europeans to reach the Mississippi River. A little more than a year later on May 21, 1542, still on a search for silver and gold in what would become the southern U.S., de Soto died from a fever on the … Continue reading “Dylan’s Late-Career Classics: Mississippi”

Dylan’s Late Career Classics: Make You Feel My Love

One of the many amazing and unusual things about Bob Dylan is that he continues to write great songs after such a long career. Most talented artists have a short period of brilliant creativity, but Dylan has transcended time. Few artists in any field have had such a long career of such quality. While Dylan … Continue reading “Dylan’s Late Career Classics: Make You Feel My Love”

Marty Brown Releases “Make You Feel My Love”

Country singer-songwriter Marty Brown launched a major comeback on America’s Got Talent when he stood on the stage and sang Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love.” Now, Brown has made an official recording of the song, which is available for download starting February 5. The new single was produced in Nashville by Keith Stegall. … Continue reading “Marty Brown Releases “Make You Feel My Love””

Marty Brown: “King of Music Row”

Singer-songwriter Marty Brown has been busy recording new music in Nashville, and we cannot wait for the new release. One of the recordings will be his official version of the song that launched his comeback career on America’s Got Talent, Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love.” Also, during recent studio sessions, he recorded the … Continue reading “Marty Brown: “King of Music Row””