3 Baseball Media Members, Craig Calcaterra, Steven Goldman & Mike Ferrin share their thoughts on Bob Dylan's work and legacy.
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Episode 33--Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid
1:17:33Steven Goldman, Craig Calcaterra & Mike Ferrin talk about The Soundtrack to "Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid" and the Sam Peckinpah movie that Dylan appeared in. It's more film review than music review, but, how did Dylan color inside the lines for this assignment?
EPISODE 31--SELF PORTRAIT
59:13Steven Goldman, Craig Calcaterra & Mike Ferrin spend this episode perusing the 1970 flop "Self Portrait". A haphazard collection of covers and a couple originals, was this record a truly a look into the soul of Bob Dylan? Did it really stink? Or is it just different?
EPISODE 30 UNDER A RED SKY
49:26For Episode 30, Steven Goldman, Craig Calcaterra & Mike Ferrin look at Dylan's 1990 release "Under a Red Sky". It's been universally panned. Is it as awful as its reputation? Is there merit to the ideas? How exactly does a bowl of soup "wiggle"? We'll discuss most of that.
EPISODE 29--SHOT OF LOVE
1:03:12Craig Calcaterra, Steven Goldman & Mike Ferrin are back, and, well, not better than ever. And this album certainly isn't either. They spend an hour talking about Shot of Love, what meaning there is to be found, and like most others, how a better album may be on the cutting room floor.
Episode 28-Knocked Out Loaded
1:09:02You can blame Craig Calcaterra for this one...1986's Knocked Out Loaded is queued up and ready for us to drop the needle on it. Craig, Steven Goldman & Mike Ferrin discuss one of Dylan's most, um, infamous, albums that includes arguably his worst cover, and an epic that might get written up in the Corpus Christi Tribune
Episode 27-BOB DYLAN
1:09:39Bob Dylan's 1962 debut gets "The Treatment" from Craig Calcaterra, Steven Goldman and Mike Ferrin as the 3 discuss its place in the Dylan lexicon and Dylan's eventual impact on the Greenwich Folk Movement. They also talk about the film "Inside Llewyn Davis" and the shadow Dylan casts over the period piece that would've been a mere months before this album was cut.