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ROLLING THUNDER REVUE: A BOB DYLAN STORY BY MARTIN SCORSESE captures the troubled spirit of America in 1975, and the joyous music that Bob Dylan performed.
The Rolling Thunder Revue was a concert tour by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan with numerous musicians and previous collaborators. The purpose of the tour was to allow Dylan, who had now become a major recording artist and concert performer, to play in smaller auditoriums in less populated cities where he could be more intimate with his audiences. Some of the performers on the tour were Joan Baez, Roger McGuinn, Joni Mitchell, Ronee Blakely and Ramblin' Jack Elliott
Rolling Thunder was a working contradiction. Inspired by a reimmersion in the fluid, performing energies and still-active song-sharing of the Greenwich Village scene, Dylan folded peers and elders into a troupe charged with fresh blood. Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell, Bob Neuwirth and Ramblin’ Jack Elliott had spotlight roles while the band was an air force of guitarists – ex-Byrd Roger McGuinn, David Bowie alumnus Mick Ronson, a young T-Bone Burnett – with a decisive country-folk tang in Rivera’s fiddle and David Mansfield’s steel guitar. A 2002 Bootleg Series treatment of the Rolling Thunder tour simulated a typical night across two CDs, drawing from the entire Dylan performances presented here (which also include Cambridge, Massachusetts on November 20th and afternoon and evening shows on the 21st in Boston). This box is still not the entire tale.
Directed by Martin Scorsese. With Bob Dylan, Allen Ginsberg, Patti Smith, Martin von Haselberg. In an alchemic mix of fact and fantasy, Martin Scorsese looks back at Bob Dylan's 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue tour and a country ripe for reinvention. Director: Martin Scorsese.
This ungainly sprawl suits the Rolling Thunder Revue, which was meant not as a mere evening of entertainment but rather an immersive theatrical experience. Trending Now. Charly Bliss Rate Cats the Musical, Pixar, and Sonic the Hedgehog. Baez helped bring Dylan to stardom during the peak of the folk boom in the early 1960s, and here she’s determined to let the audience know that they’re on equal footing, harmonizing and sometimes dominating Dylan during their duets.
This extraordinary box set proves that Dylan was once a great rock star. Joan Baez and Bob Dylan in concert. ★★★★ Bob Dylan fans have long had to manage expectations when seeing their hero live. For the past three decades he has variously mangled classics into indecipherability, foregone his catalogue in favour of retirement-friendly golden oldies and spent entire sets hiding at the side of the stage, behind a keyboard, singing little and saying less. Yet Dylan hit a purple patch in 1975 with The Rolling Thunder Revue
Launched in the fall of 1975, Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue flouted the touring conventions of the time by featuring an eclectic cast of characters and playing small and unusual venues with little advance notice.
Combing the Rolling Thunder Revue companion album, which collects shows and rehearsals from the tour, you note that Dylan really did do The Ballad of Ira Hayes, the Peter LaFarge song about the Native American Iwo Jima hero said to have died of alcohol poisoning, at the Tuscatora Reservation near Niagara Falls and treated baffled old ladies at a Massachusetts mah-jongg parlor. Rolling Thunder Revue truly shines in the concert footage. The band is absolutely electric throughout searing renditions of Desire cuts like Isis. It brings out another side of Joan Baez, who admits to trying dance moves with the Revue that she’d never pull in her own shows. Mick Ronson is a titan. Scarlet Rivera’s playing is enticing and intuitive. Roger McGuinn is absolutely overjoyed to be singing alongside the man whose songs helped the Byrds take flight.
Bob Dylan and the Rolling Thunder Revue – in pictures. The film is about Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue show of US and Canada in 1975 – a 57-date tour in which the troubadour appeared in whiteface makeup, with an extraordinary changing list of support acts that included Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell, Roger McGuinn, Ronee Blakley, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Bob Neuwirth and the violinist Scarlet Rivera.
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