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Is It Rolling Bob: A Reggae Tribute to Bob Dylan - Is It Rolling Bob?-Tribute to Bob Dylan

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Number of Discs
1
Release Date
08/10/2004
Artist
Is It Rolling Bob: A Reggae Tribute to Bob Dylan
Format
CD / Album
Label / Studio
Sanctuary Records

A phenomenal re-imagination of songs of America's most noted songwriter by some of the most celebrated reggae musicians, this remarkable collection marries reggae stars like Toots Hibbert, Beres Hammond, the Mighty Diamonds and Sizzla with Dylan material ranging from "Blowin' in the Wind" (1963) to "Gotta Serve Somebody" (1979). The album also features a newly crafted, Dylan approved, reggae remix of "I And I." the song originally appears on Dylan's Infidels album, and features the legendary drum and bass duo Sly & Robbie. Says album producer Doctor Dread, "As a major fan of both Bob Dylan and Bob Marley, I believe this record really addresses the commonality between their audiences; Dylan was a voice of the oppressed in the 1960s just as Bob Marley was a voice of the oppressed in 1970s."

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1) The Times They Are A-Changin' - Apple Gabriel
2) Maggie's Farm - Toots Hibbert
3) Just Like a Woman - Beres Hammond
4) Lay Lady Lay - the Mighty Diamonds
5) Gotta Serve Somebody - Nasio
6) Knockin' on Heaven's Door - Luciano
7) The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carrol - Michael Rose
8) Subterranean Homesick Blues - Sizzla
9) Mr. Tambourine Man - Gregory Isaacs
10) Don't Think Twice It's All Right - JC Lodge
11) One Too Many Mornings - Abijah
12) Blowin' in the Wind - Don Carlos
13) A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - Billy Mystic
14) I and I (Reggae Remix) - Bob Dylan

Album
Is It Rolling Bob?-Tribute to Bob Dylan
Main Format
CD
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