Isn't Dylan's 4th Time Around just Norwegian Wood anyway?this guy
YouTube - The Tallest Man on Earth - Pistol Dreams
takes bob dylan songs
YouTube - Tangled Up in Blue
but wimmin all fancy him so its all kosher.
I always thought he nicked 10538 for Sunflower.Weller's a great songwriter, but he's borrowed a few riffs himself in his time.
YouTube - Electric Light Orchestra- 10538 Overture
YouTube - Paul Weller - The Changing Man
For once his hair looks good
Dylan robbed loads of lyrics from a Japanese novel on his Lover & Theft album. I remember reading that, never investigated it.Isn't Dylan's 4th Time Around just Norwegian Wood anyway?
Spooky fact, reverse the bassline on Taxman and it's I Am The Resurrection.
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yeah but no but yeah but...and while i'm at it
YouTube - Adam & The Ants - Killer In The Home (Live on TV 1981
is rumble with singing over it
YouTube - "Rumble"-Link Wray(1978)
yeah, the same can probably be said for every Chuck Berry song ripped off. And Bo Diddly said his beat was him trying to play someone else's beat.yeah but no but yeah but...
that's a blues that was around before link ever played it.
probably.yeah, the same can probably be said for every Chuck Berry song ripped off. And Bo Diddly said his beat was him trying to play someone else's beat.
anyway, that adam and the ants AFAIK is purposely Rumble with singing over it.
The important thing is that this thread is great
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