Bob Dylan – Tangled up in blue

It’s been a rough morning over here thanks to open rebellion from the cats. Sushi has been increasingly whiny lately (we are actually wondering if he has cat Alzheimer’s) but this morning it was worse than usual. Jojo was busy preparing for a work event that took her out of town so she didn’t get to the normal routine of cleaning up the litter box.

I had a feeling that Sushi’s complaining actually meant something this time and unfortunately I was right. I would have taken care of business outside of that disaster area too and yes, he was fully justified in his open rebellion. Oh well, at least that job is done for a few weeks.

The weather is stuck in blah at the moment, with consistent gray skies and typical autumn weather that’s around 45-50 degrees. Until March the best we can hope for is discovering surprise sunshine here or there and maybe if we’re lucky, the temperature will climb up a few more degrees.

What will be more interesting to follow this winter is whether or not we see snow the way we’ve seen it in recent years. Now that the North Atlantic is warmer and we’re receiving a lot more rain and moisture, will we seeing snow every winter? Strange times.

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  • arcadesproject

    Do yourself a huge favor and get Dylan’s latest, ‘Tempest’. Then settle in to listen to Pay in Blood and Early Roman Kings. (The rest of the album is out of sight, too.) These two cuts are comments on Obama and on plutonomy, respectively. They will blow you away.

  • StL Matthew

    Love this song. Also really like the Indigo Girls remake of it…

  • Hue-Man

    Far-right-wing newspaper, Toronto Sun, didn’t think too much of Dylan’s Toronto appearance this past week:
    “There was no faulting the actual playing of Dylan and his five crack musicians, but it was definitely a listening challenge as the topnotch lyrics of drastically rearranged versions of such classics as Tangled Up In Blue, Visions of Johanna, Highway 61 Revisited, Like A Rolling Stone, All Along The Watchtower and Blowin’ In The Wind were delivered by Dylan in what can fairly be described as a hoarse mumble.

    It was hard to tell most of the time what he was actually singing due to his exaggerated gravel-voiced delivery.”

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