Monday morning, you said you’d never compromise.
Bob Dylan, Manchester, England, 1966, no secrets to conceal.
Robbie Robertson on guitar.
Thanks to YouTuber Zack
Monday, roll out of bed, and answer the door. It’s the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature winner trying to get in…
Literature? Nah, just a great friggin’ song. A lyric is a heck of a different thing from a poem.
Thanks to YouTuber mike campbell
Monday morning finds you Stuck Inside of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again, but it’s all good as Bob Dylan is your equally trapped companion.
This audio is from a live 1987 Dylan performance at the Philadelphia JFK Stadium. The Grateful Dead was the backup band. The studio version of this song from Blonde on Blonde is not available on YouTube (copyright issues, I would guess), but I did a little audio enhancement to bring up the vocals on this live audio performance, and it’s a pretty worthy version in and of itself.
Thanks to YouTuber archerfir77
Because you were so much older then, Monday morning brings the second half of a Dylan one-two punch.
In this great live version, Dylan’s joined by George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Tom Petty, G.E. Smith, and Roger McGuinn.
Sometimes love isn’t enough to get you up in the morning. Was there ever a more bitter song that made it onto mainstream radio? This Monday we get out of the cold bed kicked in the head by the sound of Mr. Warmth, Bob Dylan and Positively 4th Street.