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Come all without, come all within (you’ll not see nothing like the Mighty Quinn) — Manfred Mann, 1968

On Jan, 12, 1968, the band Manfred Mann released their 18th single, “Quinn the Eskimo (Mighty Quinn).” Keyboardist Manfred Lubowitz was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. He dreamed about a career playing jazz and blues. something not associated with his … Continue reading

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Dylan, with T-Bone Burnett & Mick Ronson, and a a protest song against protest folk

In the spring of 1976, Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Review Tour began its second leg, mostly with dates across the south and southwestern US. On May 23, at Hughes Stadium in Fort Collins, Colorado, the performance was filmed as a … Continue reading

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“Lay Lady Lay,” Dylan’s tardy soundtrack song

Bob Dylan’s “Lay Lady Lay,” from the Nashville Skyline LP, peaked at #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart on Sept. 6, 1969. The song would do a bit better in the UK, reaching #5. Dylan had written the … Continue reading

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