Episode 32. “Song to Woody.” Bob Dylan. Live at Town Hall 1963. Bob Dylan and George Harrison Session. Bunker. Week 1 of Woody Guthrie Month. October 5, 2017.
MIXED UP CONFUSION
In addition to “Song to Woody,” we also recorded a special Mixed Up Confusion to talk about Woody and one of the many seminal moments in his life: The American Dust Bowl and his classic 1940 Dust Bowl Ballads.
Kelly spent the week with BoJack Horseman and American Horror Story: Roanoke.
Daniel recommends three new releases from this past week, from least essential to most, starting with The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die Always Foreign.
Then Worriers’ latest, Survival Pop.
Finally, early contender for his album of the year, Propagandhi’s Victory Lap
Kelly guessed #346, which was “High Water” off “Love & Theft.” It was #261, “Three Angels” from New Morning. EXCEPT (!!!) Woody Guthrie Month rolls on with “I Shall Be Free” from Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan!