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Constellation Blues

(2012)
Album: "Glad All Over"
Lyrics: Jakob Dylan
Music: The Wallflowers (Jakob Dylan, Greg Richling, Rami Jafee, Stuart Mathis, Jack Irons)

"Constellation Blues" touches on global conflict, with its dead soldiers "bankrupt and buried by war that is carried out by messengers now," as Dylan puts it in the lyrics of the song. As the father of four, it's his biggest concern, he said.
"That's the first fear that anybody has who has children, that there's going to be a war anywhere close to them, and that their children may be asked to be involved -- especially in a war that they don't agree with," he said. "A lot of songs I write have images of that. That's just because it's eternal and war is inevitable. It's a strong place to draw the images you need to write lyrics."

Montreal Gazette
Anything we should know about your change?
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2012/11/21 - 22:43
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Days of Wonder

(Jakob Dylan)

Album: Rebel, Sweetheart (2005)
Cherry picking through the stars
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2012/9/15 - 22:08
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(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding

da "The New Favourites of Brinsley Schwarz" (1974)

Scritta da Nick Lowe per il suo gruppo, Brinsley Schwarz, la canzone è universalmente nota grazie alla versione di Elvis Costello & The Attractions che la incisero nel 1979.

La canzone è stata incisa anche da Curtis Stigers (la sua versione fa parte della colonna sonora del film "The Bodyguard") dai Wallflowers e recentemente cantata addirittura dagli Audioslave.

(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding is a song written by English musician Nick Lowe. The song was originally released in 1974 on the album The New Favourites of Brinsley Schwarz by Lowe's band Brinsley Schwarz.

The cover by Elvis Costello & The Attractions is the version of the song that most people know but, strictly speaking, Elvis Costello & The Attractions never recorded this song. It was originally the B side of Lowe's American Squirm and... (Continues)
As I walk through
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2006/1/26 - 00:09




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