Bob Dylan

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Annotation

Bob is a member of SESAC, with member #102201
ASCAP has two listings for Bob Dylan: 1 and 2.

The following works are not Bob Dylan works:
* Abraham's Altar - fake
* Apollo's Love - fake
* As It Is Before - by Earth Opera, not Dylan
* Babylon - actual title is "Belchezaar", by Johnny Cash
* Bacon Fat - written and performed by The Band, without Dylan
* Be Careful of Stones That You Throw - traditional, not by Dylan
* Butcher's Crew - fake
* Celebration for a Passage of Time - by Earth Opera, not Dylan
* Coast to Coast Blues - "Barry Goldberg" is *not* a pseudonym for Bob Dylan
* Cow Pie (or anything else related to The Masked Marauders) - the voice is a Bob Dylan impersonator, and Dylan did not write anything on that album
* Daddy’s Going on One More Ride - by Shel Silverstein
* Death by Fire - by Earth Opera, not Dylan
* Death Letter Blues - traditional, not by Dylan
* Forever My Darling - actual title is "Pledging My Love", by Ferdinand Washington & Don Robey
* Friday - hoax; actually by Clarence Jey and Patrice Wilson
* If You Think I've Lost You (You're As Wrong As Can Be) - by Jerry West, some liners had a misprint incorrectly crediting it to Dylan
* I’ll Be Around - actual title is "I'm Glad I Got to See You Once Again", by Don Gibson, not by Dylan (and not by Alex Wilder, as some sources claim)
* I'm Glad I Got to See You Once Again - by Don Gibson
* I Need Your Love - by Bobby Dee Waxman
* I Wish It Would Rain - by Norman Whitfield, Barrett Strong, and Roger Penzabene
* Mad Lydia's Waltz - by Earth Opera, not Dylan
* Mr. Ragamuffin Man - actual title is "Ragamuffin Man", by Manfred Mann
* No Compassion - fake
* One More Time - actual title is "Daddy's Going On One More Ride", by Shel Silverstein
* One More Year - actual title is "(One More Year of) Daddy's Little Girl", by Hazel Smith
* Pneumonia Ceilings - hoax; this supposed 1966 Bob Dylan, John Lennon, and Paul McCartney collaboration never actually happened.
* Police State - hoax, non-existant work
* Prisoner of Love - hoax; supposedly from the "The Masked Marauders" release, but this song never existed. Not to be confused with another song also titled "Prisoner of Love", which has not been confirmed, but was supposed to have been written and recorded in 1987 as a collaboration between Dylan and Bono.
* Ramblin' Woman Blues - aka "Ramblin' Woman"; by George Harrison, not Dylan
* Rio - hoax, Dylan had no involvement with this song; by Michael Nesmith
* Snow Over Interstate 80 - hoax, non-existant work
* Stormy Season - hoax, non-existant work
* Stuck Inside the Twilight Zone - hoax
* Talkin' Lobbyist - actual title is "Talkin' Inflation Blues", by Tom Glazer
* The Big Flood - actual title is "Tupelo", by John Lee Hooker
* The Fire Starter - fake
* The Iron Lady - by Phil Ochs
* Time and Again - by Earth Opera, not Dylan
* Titus Andronicus - hoax
* To Care At All - by Earth Opera, not Dylan
* Up On The Hill - fake
* When a Fellow's Out of a Job - by Grant Rogers & John Barnes
* When You Give Me Your Love - hoax, non-existant work
* When You Were Full of Wonder - by Earth Opera, not Dylan
* Woodstock Yule - hoax; non-existant song
* We Just Disagree - by J. Krueger
* Snakeskin Blues - hoax
* Still the Same - by Bob Seger, not Bob Dylan
* Fear, Hate, Envy, and Jealousy - by Art Neville & Cyril Neville
* The Fire Starter - hoax
* Freewheelin' - hoax
* Runnin' - by Floyd Tillman
* Hard Times Blues - hoax; not to be confused with Hard Times or Hard Times in New York Town
* (High on a) Mountain of Love - by Harold Dorman

Work info for works not yet listed for Bob Dylan:
Composers:
* 900 Miles - writer: traditional
* A-11 - writer: Hank Cochran
* Acne - writer: Eric Von Schmidt
* A Fool Such As I - writer: Bill Trader
* Alligator Man - writer: Jimmy ‘C’ Newman & Floyd Chance
* Annie’s Going To Sing Her Song - writer: Tom Paxton
* Annie’s Song - writer: John Denver
* Ballad Of Ira Hayes - writer: Peter LaFarge
* Be Careful Of Stones That You Throw - writer: Bonnie Dodd
* Belshazzar - writer: Johnny Cash
* Big Boss Man - writer: Luther Dixon & Al Smith
* Black Muddy River - writer: Robert Hunter & Jerry Garcia
* Blue Bonnet Girl - writer: Glenn Spencer
* Blue Monday - writer: Dave Bartholomew
* Blue Moon Of Kentucky - writer: Bill Monroe
* Boom Boom Mancini - writer: Warren Zevon
* Boppin’ The Blues - writer: Griffin & Perkins
* Branded Man - writer: Merle Haggard
* Bright Lights, Big City - writer: Jimmy Reed
* Buffalo Skinners - writer: Traditional, arranger: Woody Guthrie
* But I Forgive You - writer: Tampa Red
* Buzz, Buzz, Buzz - writer: Byrd & Gray
* Can’t Lose What You Ain’t ever Had - writer: McKinley Morganfield
* Carrying a Torch - writer: Van Morrison
* Carry Me Carrie - writer: Shel Silverstein
* Casey Jones - writer: Wallace Saunders & Lawrence Seibert
* Chain Gang - writer: Sam Cooke
* Come a Little Bit Closer - writer: Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart & Wes Farrell
* Come Back Baby (One More Time) - writer: Billy Lee Riley
* Crazy Love - writer: Van Morrison
* Crossroads - writer: Robert Johnson
* Cupid - writer: Sam Cooke
* Daddy’s Going On One More Ride - writer: Shel Silverstein
* Dear Mrs Roosevelt - writer: Woody Guthrie
* Death Letter Blues - writer: Son House
* Deep Elem Blues - writer: Traditional
* Devilish Mary - writer: Traditional & Bess Lomax Hawes
* Dire Wolf - writer: Robert Hunter & Jerry Garcia
* Dizzy Miss Lizzy - writer: Larry Williams
* Doney Gal - writer: Traditional
* Don’t Go Home With Your Hard-On - writer: Leonard Cohen
* Don’t Let Your Deal Go Down - writer: Traditional
* Don’t Start Me Talkin’ - writer: Sonny Boy Williamson II
* Easy Loving - writer: Freddie Hart
* El Paso - writer: Marty Robbins
* Everybody’s Crying Mercy - writer: Mose Allison
* Fare Thee Well - writer: Traditional
* Fishin’ Blues - writer: Henry Thomas
* Five Feet High And Rising - writer: Johnny Cash
* Four Strong Winds - writer: Ian Tyson
* Get Out Of Denver - writer: Bob Seger
* Go Bring Me Back My Blue-Eyed Boy - writer: Traditional, arranged by Carl Sandburg
* Go Down, Moses - writer: Traditional
* Go Tell It On The Mountain - writer: Traditional
* Gotta Do My Time - writer: Unknown
* Go Way From My Window - writer: John Jacob Niles
* Grand Coulee Dam - writer: Woody Guthrie
* Hangknot, Slipknot - writer: Woody Guthrie
* Hava Negeilah - writer: Traditional
* Hazy Shade Of Winter - writer: Paul Simon
* Hello Stranger - writer: A.P. Carter
* Hills Of Mexico - writer: Traditional
* I Believe I’ll Dust My Broom - writer: Traditional
* I Can’t Turn You Loose - writer: Otis Redding
* I Don’t Hurt Anymore - writer: Don Robertson & Jack Rollins
* I Don’t Want To Hang Up My Rock ‘n’ Roll Shoes - writer: Chuck Willis
* If You Need Me - writer: Bateman & Pickett & Sanders
* Iko Iko - writer: James “Sugar Boy” Crawford
* I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man - writer: Willie Dixon
* I Want My Milk (I Want It Now) - writer: Woody Guthrie
* The Boxer - writer: Paul Simon
* The End Of The Innocence - writer: Don Henley & Bruce Hornsby
* The French Girl - writer: Ian Tyson & Sylvia Fricker
* The Girl I Left Behind - writer: Traditional
* The Great Divide - writer: Sara Carter Bayes
* The Harder They Come - writer: Jimmy Cliff
* The Heart That You Own - writer: Dwight Yoakam
* They Gotta Quit Kickin’ My Dog Aroun’ - writer: Traditional
* I’m In The Mood / I’m In The Mood For Love - if from the Basement Tapes, it's I'm in the Mood. If it's from a bootleg of a show in the 1980's, it's I’m In The Mood For Love
* In the Summertime - if the recording is from a 1985 (often mislabeled 1984) recording session/outtake, it is this work by Ray Dorset. (There were 4 different takes of that song at that session. All are in circulation.) Otherwise, it is this work by Bob Dylan.

ISWCs
Translated works and other variations:
BALADA DE UN TIPO FLACO T-042.672.774-3
COMO UNA MUJER T-042.669.149-7
HERBALZ IN YOUR MOUTH T-072.285.489-8
LEVEN NA DE DOOD T-900.485.700-5
MORKE SKYGGER OVER VANDET T-903.593.709-8
POLLETEEK EN LEIVE T-900.485.703-8

Other works not yet in the list:

BOVENAAN T-900.485.702-7
CRIMES OF FREEDOM T-070.249.969-1
I KNOW ALLA YA T-071.276.397-7
IN A STATION T-070.250.279-1
LETS ROLL EM T-060.723.795-5
RASTLOS T-903.593.090-6
SHES MY BABY T-070.250.118-5
SHOUTIN GROUND T-071.215.696-1
SUNDAY MORNING T-904.309.198-1
TELL ME IT ISNT TIME T-070.250.247-3
TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGIN T-070.250.142-5
U T-906.352.609-0
WE CAN TALK T-070.250.343-2
WIND OF CHANGE T-070.250.358-9

Annotation last modified on 2012-01-05 17:24 UTC.

Legal name: Robert Allen Zimmerman

Wikipedia

Bob Dylan (/ˈdɪlən/; born Robert Allen Zimmerman, May 24, 1941) is an American musician, singer-songwriter, artist, and writer. He has been an influential figure in popular music and culture for more than five decades. Much of his most celebrated work dates from the 1960s, when he was both a chronicler and a reluctant figurehead of social unrest. A number of Dylan's early songs, such as "Blowin' in the Wind" and "The Times They Are a-Changin'", became anthems for the US civil rights and anti-war movements. Leaving behind his initial base in the culture of the folk music revival, Dylan's six-minute single "Like a Rolling Stone" radically altered the parameters of popular music in 1965. His mid-1960s recordings, backed by rock musicians, reached the top end of the U.S. music charts while also attracting denunciation and criticism from others in the folk movement.

Dylan's lyrics have incorporated a variety of political, social, philosophical, and literary influences. They defied existing pop music conventions and appealed hugely to the then burgeoning counterculture. Initially inspired by the performance style of Little Richard, and the songwriting of Woody Guthrie, Robert Johnson, and Hank Williams, Dylan has both amplified and personalized musical genres. His recording career, spanning fifty years, has explored many of the traditions in American song—from folk, blues, and country to gospel, rock and roll, and rockabilly to English, Scottish, and Irish folk music, embracing even jazz and swing. Dylan performs with guitar, keyboards, and harmonica. Backed by a changing line-up of musicians, he has toured steadily since the late 1980s on what has been dubbed the Never Ending Tour. His accomplishments as a recording artist and performer have been central to his career, but his greatest contribution is generally considered his songwriting.

Since 1994, Dylan has published six books of drawings and paintings, and his work has been exhibited in major art galleries. As a musician, Dylan has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling artists of all time; he has received numerous awards including Grammy, Golden Globe, and Academy Award; he has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Minnesota Music Hall of Fame, Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, and Songwriters Hall of Fame. The Pulitzer Prize jury in 2008 awarded him a special citation for "his profound impact on popular music and American culture, marked by lyrical compositions of extraordinary poetic power." In May 2012, Dylan received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama.

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Album

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1962 Bob Dylan Bob Dylan 4.65 12
1963 The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan Bob Dylan 4.6 15
1964 The Times They Are A-Changin' Bob Dylan 4.6 12
1964 Another Side of Bob Dylan Bob Dylan 4.65 23
1965 Bringing It All Back Home Bob Dylan 4.8 38
1965 Highway 61 Revisited Bob Dylan 4.45 18
1966 Blonde on Blonde Bob Dylan 4.5 37
1967 John Wesley Harding Bob Dylan 5 17
1969 Nashville Skyline Bob Dylan 13
1970 Self Portrait Bob Dylan 2 5
1970 New Morning Bob Dylan 8
1973 Dylan Bob Dylan 7
1974 Planet Waves Bob Dylan 3 16
1975 Blood on the Tracks Bob Dylan 4.35 14
1975 The Basement Tapes Bob Dylan & The Band 5 9
1976 Desire Bob Dylan 4.35 9
1978 Street-Legal Bob Dylan 4 7
1979 Slow Train Coming Bob Dylan 4 12
1980 Saved Bob Dylan 3 8
1981 Shot of Love Bob Dylan 3 7
1983 Infidels Bob Dylan 4 14
1985 Empire Burlesque Bob Dylan 3 6
1986 Knocked Out Loaded Bob Dylan 3 5
1988 Down in the Groove Bob Dylan 6
1989 Oh Mercy Bob Dylan 4 16
1990 Under the Red Sky Bob Dylan 3 7
1990 John Wesley Harding + Nashville Skyline Bob Dylan 1
1992 Good as I Been to You Bob Dylan 7
1993 World Gone Wrong Bob Dylan 5
1997 Time Out of Mind Bob Dylan 4 14
2001 "Love and Theft" Bob Dylan 4 12
2006 Modern Times Bob Dylan 7
2009 Together Through Life Bob Dylan 3 7
2009 Christmas in the Heart Bob Dylan 4
2012 Tempest Bob Dylan 4 5

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1966 Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits Compilation Bob Dylan 4.5 2
1967 Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits Compilation Bob Dylan 3 10
1967 Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits 2 Compilation Bob Dylan 4 3
1967 Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits, Volume III Compilation Bob Dylan 3
1967 Greatest Hits Compilation Bob Dylan 5 6
1971 Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits, Volume II Compilation Bob Dylan 8
1977 Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits, Volume I Compilation Bob Dylan 1
1978 Masterpieces Compilation Bob Dylan 4
1985 Biograph Compilation Bob Dylan 4 7
1988 The Times They Are A-Changin' Compilation Bob Dylan 5 2
1991 The Bootleg Series, Volumes 1-3: 1961-1991: Rare and Unreleased Compilation Bob Dylan 5 8
1993 Mr. Tambourine Man Compilation Bob Dylan 1
1994 Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits, Volume 3 Compilation Bob Dylan 7
1994 All I Really Want to Do Compilation Bob Dylan 1
1997 The Best of Bob Dylan Compilation Bob Dylan 2

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