By Bob Shiel
Sixty one Highways Revisited glimpses again at sixty one Dylan albums that experience reworked own lives, revolutionized renowned song, and changed global occasions. A freewheeling voyage chronologically detailing fifty four years of Bob Dylan's experimentations in songwriting, musical genres, and laser specialize in answering the decision of the foundation inside of. Compliments of a Chicago author, instructor, musician, and veteran Dylan follower, Bob Shiel, whose 2 CD audio significant other of an identical name (benefitting a north aspect Chicago alcohol/drug therapy facility) is obtainable on Amazon.com in addition. dangle on tight and luxuriate in the ride!
Bob Shiel obtained at the Dylan educate a bit overdue within the video game in 1970 and, in keeping with Dylan's tips, has now not regarded back...well, now not until eventually writing sixty one Highways Revisited. Chicago songwriter, recording artist, educator, author, committed reader, old-timer athlete, kindergarten yoga practitioner, complicated qualified yoga teacher, and definitely rather the Dylan fan, upon retiring from 27 years as a neighborhood university English instructor, Shiel got down to take on the monster subject of the albums of Bob Dylan in a way that will reflect a Bob Dylan music. Daunting, doubtless. but, basically highbrow sweet craving to burst forth. Shiel's subsequent booklet, in among recording an audio e-book of his Dylan retrospective, goals to inform a number of autobiographical tales from the guts, shedding a couple of pearls of tidbits alongside the way in which. All whereas carrying on with to put in writing, list, and free up new musical fabric suiting his fancy.
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The music was in all the hard keys, like A major and E major. Most of the other bands played in F, B-›at and E-›at, but Fletcher made his band sound better. He gave it a more brilliant sound [by using sharp keys that other bands didn’t use]. And it was easy for Fletcher because he was a natural musician. But it required top players to play that music. Ben had so much trouble, so he worked really hard with the arrangements. ”5 While Ben was welcomed to Henderson’s orchestra and accepted the musical challenge, he was sorely missed in Kansas City, not least by Mary Lou Williams.
And they couldn’t play. They laughed so hard they cried. Everybody was crying. I followed the leader, Hilton Jefferson played the lead then. The band just stopped. They laughed so hard they didn’t hear anything. 9 The depression years were hard on Henderson, and 1934 in particular brought many booking problems that forced the orchestra into 33 From Smack to Duke periodic inactivity, especially in the early summer of that year, while Lester Young was still with the band. After the job with Ben at the Savoy Ballroom, the band calendar was empty until the beginning of August, when the orchestra toured brie›y, playing in Pittsburgh before continuing south to perform at dances in a number of tobacco warehouses.
After the job with Ben at the Savoy Ballroom, the band calendar was empty until the beginning of August, when the orchestra toured brie›y, playing in Pittsburgh before continuing south to perform at dances in a number of tobacco warehouses. Ben took advantage of the spare time, frequenting small clubs in Harlem, listening and occasionally joining a jam session. Among the musicians he met was Roy Eldridge, himself always an avid participant in jam sessions. Eldridge introduced Ben to Billie Holiday, who was singing at the HotCha Bar and Grill on Seventh Avenue.