Bob Dylan

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Airs Friday, July 29, at 10 p.m. Joyride Media’s newest Bob Dylan special features his “Basement Tapes” recordings with The Band, mostly recorded in Woodstock, NY 1967. Hear the inside stories of how these recordings were made, and how they became legendary. More details and samples posted soon. For now, preview this full alternate take of “Odds and Ends.”

Caravan: Brian Blade

Feb 26, 2016
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Airs Friday, February 26, at 9 p.m. This week on the Caravan we feature a special one our profile of Shreveport's own Brian Blade featuring selected works from Brian Blade and the Fellowship Band plus numerous works from other artists with whom he collaborated. You'll hear works by Norah Jones, Iron & Wine, Bob Dylan, Daniel Lanois, Joni Mitchell, Wayne Shorter, and of course Brian Blade & Fellowship Band.

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Airs Monday, February 15 at 10 p.m. So Many musical artists weighed in during the decades of the Civil Rights and Black Consciousness Movements... Nina Simone, Max Roach, Gil Scott-Heron, Archie Shepp, James Brown, John Coltrane, Bob Dylan, Sly Stone, Art Blakey, Curtis Mayfield... The list goes on! The Music of the Civil Rights and Black Consciousness Movements Radio Special takes us back to a time when the social revolution taking place in America was reflected in the popular music that was all around us.

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Airs Friday, November 13, at 11 p.m. Joyride Media’s newest Bob Dylan special features his “Basement Tapes” recordings with The Band, mostly recorded in Woodstock, NY 1967. Hear the inside stories of how these recordings were made, and how they became legendary. More details and samples posted soon. For now, preview this full alternate take of “Odds and Ends.”

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Airs Friday, November 13, at 9 p.m.Townes van Zandt was a singer-songwriter born to wealth who cared nothing for it; a man who, by outward appearances often seemed happy, but who struggled with personal demons. Yet somehow, through it all, Townes managed to write songs of lasting beauty and profound emotional power. It is a story of tragedy and artistic triumph.

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