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Old 09-21-2020, 07:31 PM
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Default Remember the Traveling Wilbury’s?

A bunch of old rockers near the end of their careers getting together for old times sake. Here they are with their ages at the time their album was released. How’s that make you feel?

It was a pretty good album.
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Old 09-21-2020, 07:50 PM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMVj...ialWilburyVEVO
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Old 09-21-2020, 10:31 PM
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One of the first concerts I went to (that, and The Highway Men) that I ever went to. Didn't know how good I had it at the time....
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Loved them, bought the cassette as soon as it came out. Unfortunately Roy was gone( rip) by the time they shot their MTV video
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Love their music, that's Bob Dylan on the left.
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32 years ago. I’m older now than any of them were then. Roy always seemed like a whole different generation than Bob and George, only a few year’s difference.

If you like Bob there’s a documentary on Netflix, Rolling Thunder Revue that’s really good. Directed by Scorsese, extremely weird ‘70s stuff and a cautionary tale about rampant cocaine use. Like most of the ‘70s entertainment scene.
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32 years ago. I’m older now than any of them were then. Roy always seemed like a whole different generation than Bob and George, only a few year’s difference.

If you like Bob there’s a documentary on Netflix, Rolling Thunder Revue that’s really good. Directed by Scorsese, extremely weird ‘70s stuff and a cautionary tale about rampant cocaine use. Like most of the ‘70s entertainment scene.
I've been a Dylan fan for decades, I have 62 vinyl albums previous to 1995. Colour albums, picture albums, interview albums with the press.
Some of his best music has been released in the last 12 years called Bootleg Series which where songs that never got recorded from the 60's.
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Yikes it sure doesn’t seem that long ago. Love the music these guys made
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I saw Jeff Lynne last year, amazing!
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I've been a Dylan fan for decades, I have 62 vinyl albums previous to 1995. Colour albums, picture albums, interview albums with the press.
Some of his best music has been released in the last 12 years called Bootleg Series which where songs that never got recorded from the 60's.
Took my son to see Bob about seven years ago and it was a great show. He was absolutely thrilled with it. I've seen Bob a number of times with mixed results. Once with TP & The Heartbreakers when the sound system didn't work. Once when he did new arrangements of all the songs and they were barely recognizable. With Steve Earle opening in Grand Rapids and it was incredible. Also incredible at the Fox Theater in Detroit, the State here in Kalamazoo and some baseball stadium in Fort Wayne.

He's done things and been a part of not just music history, also national history. One of the figures that will come up in history books 100 years from now. Amazing person.
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