Highlights of Bob Dylan’s ‘Bootleg Series’
Here are several gems from Dylan's prolific body of work.
7. “Dreamin’ Of You” (Volume 8)
Recorded in 1997, “Dreamin’ Of You” almost has the feel of a funk song. Dylan is at his ghostly best, narrating the song with a masterful sense of restraint. You can imagine yourself driving down a dark highway in the middle of nowhere at night to this song. Hazy, evocative and mysterious, Dylan shows his incredible vitality in this track.
Jackson Maxwell is a freshman at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He is double majoring in history and journalism. He is a staff writer for the Massachusetts Daily Collegian and has his own music blog entitled “Two Dudes, Two Computers” with his friend Zach Newman. You can follow him here at twodudestwocomputers.tumblr.com/ or http://themotorcade.tumblr.com/
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