If you're a Dylanologist, then you've hit the motherload. As it's been reported, a secret archive of Bob Dylan memorabilia, stretching from unreleased recordings and concert footage to "Blood on the Tracks" manuscripts has been bought by the George Kaiser Family Foundation and is on exhibit in the Brady Arts District.
For skeptics of Dylan's recent measure of work, his recent Frank Sinatra cover album, Shadows in the Night, has bode well with critics and fans alike. And in addition to the aging crooners release, too, he will also be giving away 50,000 albums to random AARP the Magazine subscribers.
In keeping up to date with anything Bob Dylan, Philadelphia rockers The War on Drugs have added a new tune to their set-list and it is none other than Blood on the Tracks opener "Tangled Up in Blue."
Ultimately, the '80s proved to be a lame duck decade for Dylan. No, the times were not entirely too kind to the Tambourine Man, and Dylanologists still regard the troubadour's Shot of Love and Knocked Out Loaded as lesser contributions to his canon. A recent Spotify playlist, however, is challenging that notion.