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Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour.

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  1. jiminks

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    Anybody besides me a fan of this three season series that was on the XM?

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    What is it? I'm a fan of Dylan, but I haven't heard of this.

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    Check out this site. It'll explain it all. https://www.themetimeradio.com/

    I did find it interesting that Dylan never played any of his own songs.

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    Love the Bob Dylan Theme Time Radio show! I particularly enjoy the holiday themed episodes, and for the past 7 or 8 years, my wife and I always play the Halloween episode every Fall to get in the mood for Halloween! Thanksgiving Leftovers are great too, and the 2 part Christmas episode in fantastic! Aside from the holiday themes eps, the Baseball one is another that sticks out. Oh and the “Drinking” episode is hilarious...so many good tunes and one liners from Bob on that one! How about you Jim? Which are your faves?

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    I can't stand the screeching that he does.

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    Kcghost: Dylan didn't play his own songs on his show. He played lots of seldom heard, obscure blues, rock, folk, country, and even some jazz. I learned a lot by listening.

    Scottbtdmb: My favs are yours. Those were the best episodes. I did like Friends and Neighbors, too. They were taking ideas for shows from fans if a fourth season was to happen. My idea was "Red Heads". Wish they'd have done that one.

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    I'm aware of the radio show but haven't heard any of it yet...going to have to find time to listen to some of it.

    I am really looking forward to seeing Scorsese's follow up to his previous Dylan documentary.

    This one focusing on the Rolling Thunder years:

    Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese (2019)

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    Ok so I tuned in and listened to the intro and the first song in the first episode. This is gold! Thanks guys, I'm gonna listen.

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    You can subscribe on your podcast app too for all archives.

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    I enjoyed it, but Tom Pettys Buried Treasure was a lot better.

    Al

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    Tom Pettys Buried Treasure

    I definitely need to check that out too.

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    Been going back into these since this post and man does he spin some great records. Hilarious commentary at times too. Thanks for bringing this up Jim.

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