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[Free Download] Honoring Bob Dylan

Reimagine Music is set to release a tribute to Bob Dylan's Bringing It All Back Home on October 5th!  The album will feature a variety of artisits each covering one track from the iconic album.  In addition to every original track there will also be various outtakes from the sessions that produced the album.  Artists like Fleet Foxes member J. Tillman, Morning Benders, Peter Bjorn and Sea Bear all lend their talents to this incredible compilation entitled, Subterranean Home Sick Blues: A Tribute to Bob Dylan's Bringing It All Back Home. Track Listing 01 Peter Morén: "Subterranean Homesick Blues" 02 Ane Brun: "You Belong to Me" 03 Castanets: "Maggie's Farm" 04 Mirah: "Love Minus Zero" 05 The Morning Benders: "Outlaw Blues" 06 Julie Doiron: "On the Road Again" 07 Asobi Seksu: "Bob Dylan's 115th Dream" 08 Helio Sequence: "Mr. Tambourine Man" 09 DM Stith: "Gates of Eden" 10 Franz Nicolay: "It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)" 11 Sholi: "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue" 12 J. Tillman: "If You Gotta Go, Go Now" 13 Sea Wolf: "Sitting on a Barbed Wire Fence" 14 Denison Witmer: "I'll Keep It With Mine" 15 Laura Veirs: "Mama, You've Been on My Mind" 16 William Fitzsimmons: "Farewell Angelina" Earlier today, Reimagine Music put the Morning Benders’ rendition of Dylan’s “Outlaw Blues” up for free download, in exchange for an email address. Download the cover below.
Want to see the real Bob Dylan right here in Madison on October 25th? Check out our concerts page for more information!


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