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Ep. #828: ‘Bob Dylan: Mixing Up the Medicine’ with Mark Davidson & Parker Fishel

Mark Davidson and Parker Fishel discuss their work on the essential new book, Bob Dylan: Mixing Up the Medicine, its fascinating essays and notable contributors and their access to almost any of Dylan’s manuscripts and lyric notebooks at the Bob Dylan Center that they asked for, clamouring for mythical material by Dylan, Charlie Parker, and Fugazi, why it feels like Dylan is telling us he’s retiring, the latest on the Bob Dylan Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, other future plans, and much more.

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Related links:

Bob Dylan and His Band Took Toronto to Unexpected and Rewarding Places Massey Hall, October 26
Last Night in Toronto (by Vish Khanna)
In Review: ‘Fragments: Time Out of Mind Sessions (1996-1997) – The Bootleg Series Vol. 17’ by Bob Dylan
In Review: Bob Dylan’s Rough and Rowdy Ways

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Ep. #809: Faith Healer

Jessica Jalbert and Rene Wilson discuss their band Faith Healer and brilliant new album, The Hand That Fits the Glove, strange Edmonton birds, why it’s been six years since they last released an album, working with many other people, intentionality and confidence, dogs and a specific dog, going viral, huge life news, other future plans, and much more.

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Ep. #808: Land of Talk

Elizabeth Powell discusses the new Land of Talk album Performances, caregiving and a culturally-rich upbringing, experimenting with their singing voice, trading guitar in for keys, gender fluidity, abuse, and the lack of protection in music communities and infrastructures, voyeurism, objectification, and dress codes, sitcoms like Family Ties, the Twin Peaks theme song, reflecting on who they are and who they are becoming, Patreon treats, other future plans, and much more.

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