Bettye LaVette covers Dylan. ‘Times were a-changin’,’ now ‘Things Have Changed’ So what’s next?

Bettye LaVette' 'Things Have Changed' is her tenth studio album featuring twelve covers of Bob Dylan songs, produced by Steve Jordan, with Keith Richards on one song and released on March 30, 2018 by Verve.

Bettye LaVette

Financial Times

‘Dylan reinterpreted with originality’
LaVette is throaty and vibrant, stamping herself on the songs so assertively that she even tweaks..

Paste Magazine

He (Dylan) ’ll take you up to the ledge, but he won’t push you. If I get that close to the ledge, I’m going to push you The Guardian

her pipes intact at 72, brings a slinky ferocity to her Dylan covers album that

Bettye LaVette - Things Have Changed


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Happy Birthday Bob Dylan. ‘We Do Look Back’

This day (May 24, 1941), in Duluth, Minnesota is born Robert Allen Zimmerman better known as Bob Dylan, American singer, poet & songwriter and Nobel prize

Tracklist :

1 . Blowing In The Wind (1963)

2 . Mr. Tambourine Man (Newport Folk Festival, 1964)

3 . Like a Rolling Stone (1966)

4 . I Threw It All Away (The Johnny Cash Show, 1969)

5 . Soundcheck in NYC (w/ George Harrison, 1971)

6 . Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door (1974)

7 . Hurricane

8 . Idiot Wind (1976)

9 . Gotta Serve Somebody

10 . let’s begin (Avignon, 1981)

11 . Sweetheart Like You

12 . Jokerman (Letterman, 1984)

13 . Shake (Farm Aid, 1985)

14 . Across The Borderline (Farm Aid, 1986)

15 . Soon (The Gershwin Gala, 1987)

16 . With God On Our Side (Oakland Coliseum Arena, 1988)

17 . Political World

18 . April 28 (w/ Willie Nelson, KRLU

This week In New Music Videos (calm) N°189

Marta Rosa, Daniela Andrade, Muni Long, Dave McMurray, Pip Millett, Fousheé, Tinashe, Normani, L'Orange, Not3s, Arcangel, Gigolo . La Exce, Natasha Bedingfield

They are the performers of the music videos

that caught, these past days, our interest and musical or visual liking.

Here, they are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy!


1 . Marta Rosa . Balada de um Amanhecer

Lyrics >> More by the same . Facebook

2 . Daniela Andrade . Alone

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same . Instagram

3 . Muni Long . Just Beginning

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same . Instagram

4 . Dave McMurray . Loser (w/ Bettye LaVette, Bob Weir)

Review >> More by the same . Official Site

5 . Pip Millett . Hard Life

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same . Instagram

6 . Fousheé . Clap For Him (w/ Lil Yachty)