December 14, 2015
Today Team Legacy has a confession to make… Sometimes, yes, *sometimes*… we do watch X Factor… Did you hear X factor winner Louisa Johnson’s first single? Did it ring a bell? Well look no more, our very own Bob Dylan recorded the song in 1973 and created two versions (slow and fast). The song later featured on the 1974 album ‘Planet Waves’.
Whilst penning the song, Dylan is said to have been thinking about his son, and the track is commonly interpreted as a blessing from a father to a child.
To listen to more songs like ‘Forever Young’ check out our playlist below!
Shadow Kingdom presents Bob Dylan performing revelatory 21st century versions of songs from his storied back catalog — including fan favourites like “Forever Young” and “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue,” and deep catalog gems like “Queen Jane Approximately” and “The Wicked Messenger.”Read more
We’re excited to be releasing a host of iconic albums as part of HMV Vinyl Week. Happening on 17th June, in-store & online.Read more
Bob Dylan – Fragments – Time Out Of Mind Sessions (1996-1997): The Bootleg Series Vol. 17 to be released in deluxe 5 disc set on Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings on Friday, January 27th.Read more
In celebration of Bob Dylan’s Birthday today, he just had to be this month’s Artist Spotlight!Read more
To commemorate Bob Dylan’s 60th Anniversary as a recording artist of immeasurable musical and cultural impact, a new music video, “Subterranean Homesick Blues 2022,” – featuring a kinetic collage of visuals by a diverse array of artists inspired by the original video’s lyric cue cards – has been launched.Read more
What do all of these artists have in common? They are some of the solo artists that have achieved the most Number 1 albums on the Official UK Chart!Read more
Our Artist of the Month Bob Dylan – voice of a generation, Nobel laureate and American treasure – today releases his first new studio album in eight years. And the reviews are in…Read more
Fifty five years on from his domination of the UK album chart with five albums in the top twenty, and with the Nobel Laureate once again releasing new music with ‘Murder Most Foul’ and ‘I Contain Multitudes’, our Artist of the Month for May is the one and only Bob Dylan.Read more
From charts to shows, record releases to record-setters – it’s This Week In Rock…Read more