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Kafka
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Kafka
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Kafka
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re: Dylanesque -- covers of Mr. Zimmerman
Jimmy Gilmer The Fireballs - "She Belongs To Me" -- Yes, the same act that had a #1 hit with "Sugar Shack"

Ricky Nelson - "Walkin' Down the Line" -- I don't know who's doin' the pickin' but it's nice

Can't believe I forgot this one:
Bryan Ferry - "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall"


Kafka
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Johnny Cash - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right


Cash was good friends with Dylan, covered several of his songs, and they recorded a duet of Dylan's "Girl from the North Country" that made album cuts for each of them. There's a Dylan/Cash bootleg that has them jamming together and singing several duets.
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Kafka
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Johnny Cash - "Understand Your Man"

This is "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" with different lyrics


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Pete Seeger did some Dylan covers too-- off the top of my head...

A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall

and he also does a nice cover of "Farewell" but I don't see that video readily available to link.


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Jimmy Lafave is one of the best of the best at Dylan covers. Great versions on almost all of his records.

Here is a compilation of live stuff that has some great versions:

Jimmy Lafave - "Trail"


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Kcrad
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Hi-Jack officialy over.

Drifter's Escape


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Back to hijacking.

3 Little Bears

He plays the riffs for Drifting, Angel and one other song I don't remember. Also, some Hey Baby.

Calling KafKa.


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Kafka
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TigerPanzer
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re: Dylanesque -- covers of Mr. Zimmerman
Byrds fan here. Always liked their take on "This Wheel's on Fire" featuring Clarence White.
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Kafka
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Byrds fan here


Me too but I've been trying to post some of the lesser known covers

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Always liked their take on "This Wheel's on Fire" featuring Clarence White




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TigerPanzer
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Kafka, I know you're a Byrds/White fan—here's something that, if you haven't already checked it out, you should: it's an interview with John York, the bass player for the second lineup: McGuinn/White/York/Gene Parsons. Unfortunately I can't find the entire interview, but here's a link to a small portion of it. If you haven't seen this interview in its entirety, I strongly suggest you hunt around for it on youtube—it's broken up into something like 13 or 14 3-minute clips. York has a ton of fascinating stuff to share about his 1 1/2 years as a Byrd. A must-view for Byrds junkies.
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