Отправлено:21.10.10 13:42.Заголовок:В моей памяти с конц..
В моей памяти с конца 80-х The Traveling Wilburys не отразилась и не помню, что ее обсуждали. Первое знакомство с группой произошло через муз. передачу на ЦТ, которую вел, кажется, Антипов (возможно о нем говорил Дмитрий). Чуть позже, в других передачах, из репертуара группы раскручивали одну песню в соло-исполнении Роя Орбисона. Музыка очень запала, также как и странноватость Роя.
Отправлено:22.10.10 09:50.Заголовок:Борис,а чем вам пока..
Борис,а чем вам показался Рой странноватым?
Отправлено:22.10.10 10:46.Заголовок:Список песен на дожд..
Список песен на дожде расширили до 15.Отправленный мною вариант выглядит так.
Шутки продолжаются,скетч в исполнении художника Дена Метта.
THE TRAVELING WILBURYS by Dan Meth
Why is this supergroup so forgotten? Sure, their albums aren’t exactly the sum of their parts and maybe all of our dads “de-cooled” them by overplaying the cassette tapes… But it’s the closest we have to a Dylan/Beatle duet… which also happens to feature Tom Petty at his peak, rock pioneer Orbison, and the guy from ELO thrown into the mix.
Отправлено:13.12.10 21:38.Заголовок:Самый ржачный тут То..
Самый ржачный тут Том.
Отправлено:20.12.10 11:25.Заголовок:Все таки сеть полна ..
Все таки сеть полна дебилами.Очередной прорезался на днях,вообще то он больше всего наехал на Тома и Майка,но заодно ещё и Джеффу досталось...
The 20 Worst Songs of 2010, #4: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, "Don't Pull Me Over"
By Christopher Weingarten, Fri., Dec. 17 2010
Here is the moment where Jeff Lynne finally captures the hard-earned title of "second worst Wilbury."
Tom Petty doing a reggae song broke my brain. Usually when a misguided, quasi-hippie dudebro takes an earnest, po-faced trip to Bonaroo island, I have a stockpile of easy gags to go too--Bob Marley posters in the ol' dorm room, telling mom you've converted to Rastafarianism freshman year. But Tom Petty is no Ras Trent. He's a 60-year-old man. He's old enough to be on posters with Bob Marley, if he were cool and dead like Jim Morrison. This is more like your dad using his golden years to follow around 311. Joke scientists haven't even discovered a word for this (though I recommend "Irie-tirement").
"Don't Pull Me Over" combines the halting, all-elbows island rhythms of a gang of AARP-members doing Peter Tosh with the sad croon of poor, hapless, beaten-down working man Tom multimillionaire Petty crying "Don't pull me over, Mr. Pooooliceman." As far as I can tell, the two underlying messages of the songs are 1)"it [marijuana] should be lee-goo-lized" and 2) Tom Petty fans will listen to anything as long as he drags his husk out and plays "American Girl" once in a while. Seriously this makes the music videos of him trading spit with dead-ass Kim Basinger look sane as hell.
Also, hey Mike Campbell, how about some more wah-wah pedal on that guitar solo, you fuck.
As Petty told Rolling Stone, "We were having so much fun recording that we had to force ourselves to pull the plug -- it could have gone on and on." Congrats dude, it totally feels like it does!
How did Jeff Lynne go from being the best Wilbury to "second worst" based on an album he had nothing to do with?
Да, тяжёлый случай. Боюсь, даже стационарное лечение не поможет. Ответил чудаку.
Отправлено:20.01.11 10:48.Заголовок:Боб подписался под в..
Боб подписался под выпуск следующей книги своих мемуаров.В Хрониках №2 ,он собирается написать и о Traveling Wilburys.
Bob Dylan to Publish 6 More Books
Bob Dylan has not only inked a deal to publish the highly anticipated second and third volumes in his trilogy of memoirs, Chronicles, but the poet laureate of rock has even more books on the way, as well. Crain’s New York Business reports that Dylan’s literary agent sought an 8-figure deal with publishing house Simon & Schuster for the iconic singer-songwriter, which would include the Chronicles follow-ups, a book of dialogue from his “Theme Time Radio Hour” show on Sirius/XM, and 3 more to-be-revealed efforts.
As Rolling Stone points out, Dylan discussed Chronicles: Volume Two back in 2006: “I think I can go back to the Blonde on Blonde album — that’s probably about as far back as I can go on the next book,” he said, adding that he plans to reflect on the period of time in which he was simultaneously recording with the Traveling Wilburys supergroup for their second LP and laying down tracks for his 1990 Don Was-produced Under the Red Sky album.
Bob Dylan has signed a six-book deal with Simon & Schuster, according to Crain's New York Business, encompassing two sequels to his acclaimed 2004 book Chronicles: Volume One as well as another book based on dialogue from his Sirius/XM radio show Theme Time Radio Hour.
It's unclear what the other three books are going to be. According to the Crain's, Dylan's literary agent Andrew Wylie was seeking an eight-figure deal for the books. (Dylan has not responded to Rolling Stone's request for comment).
In 2006 Dylan told Rolling Stone that he was stunned by the overwhelmingly positive response to the first volume of Chronicles. "The reviews of this book, some of 'em almost made me cry - in a good way," he told writer Jonathan Lethem. "I'd never felt that from a music critic, ever....Most people who write about music, they have no idea what it feels like to play it. But with the book I wrote, I thought, 'The people who are writing reviews of this book, man, they know what the hell they're talking about.' It spoils you."
In that same article, he discussed his possible plans for Chronicles: Volume 2. "I think I can go back to the Blonde on Blonde album — that's probably about as far back as I can go on the next book," he said. "Then I'll probably go forward. I thought of an interesting time. I made this record, Under the Red Sky, with Don Was, but at the same time I was also doing the [second] Wilburys record. I don't know how it happened that I got into both albums at the same time. I worked with George [Harrison] and Jeff [Lynne] during the day — everything had to be done in one day, the track and the song had to be written in one day, and then I'd go down and see Don Was, and I felt like I was walking into a wall. He'd have a different band for me to play with every day, a lot of all-stars, for no particular purpose. Back then I wasn't bringing anything at all into the studio, I was completely disillusioned."