I am blessed to see you are back in the groove - and with our man Bob, too, how kewel is that? The Red is one of America's premier channel catfish angling destination because of its abundance of 20-pounders and the occasional giant that grows up to 30 pounds. Thanks for the comments Cosmo and Scott.All of this makes you wonder if there are other Dylan 'epics' hidden in some archive somewhere waiting to find the light of day. That might be the best cover of a Dylan song I’ve ever heard. Great words, great melody and arrangement. One more day is another day away – Sean Wilentz (Bob Dylan in America). Was the girl from the red river shore, Well I’m wearing the cloak of misery Red Ryder. But I know this is where I belong Bob Dylan’s best songs: Blowin’ in the Wind, Bob Dylan All the Songs: The Story Behind Every Track, Still on the Road: The Songs of Bob Dylan Vol. And from time to time, it seems he takes pleasure in rearranging the pieces of the puzzle. Playing next. I’ve never wanted any of ’em wanting me Dylan’s narrative is so much richer and puts the responsibility for the star-crossed love affair right back where it belongs. … In listening to “Red River Shore,” the quality of the song and production make us wonder why Dylan excluded it from Time Out of Mind. If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices. One look at her and I knew right away Some of us scare ourselves to death in the dark Dylan has always used Biblical imagery in his songs so we shouldn't be surprised that Jesus makes an appearance in the last verse. (Looking forward to seeing you all next week), Let me say right now, that I was so blessed to run across your BLOG, Nick. 2, . it’s steamboat, civil war, very Mark Twain. Well the sun went down on me a long time ago It’s, at the least, about love and loss and regret and delusion. Some short comments on this song from “Positively Bob Dylan“: Well I sat by her side and for a while I tried One question for now - where did you get this version of Red River Shore...it is different from the one on Disc 1 of the Tell Tale Signs release?-Scott (Iowa, USA). She should always be with me I was disappointed it wasn’t on the album.” -Scott. That if someone around him died and was dead And I’ve tasted jilted love 8 (2008), the Bob Dylan CD that features unreleased songs from the time period of his more recent albums, the song “Red River Shore” stood out immediately as I played the CD in my car. Dylan Station. It's magnificent. And this song features one of the greatest closing verses Dylan’s ever written, wondering what kind of language Jesus used to resurrect the dead and if “they do that kind of thing anymore.” Chilling, anthemic stuff."