so it’s been quite a wild year with the lot of you. i’ve met so many crazily sweet, intelligent, amazing people and it’s been such a treat being able to interact and talk to so many new people ! thank you for both laughing and cryingwith me, and i’ll truly treasure our good moments on this hellsite.
i also have a sideblog @jinnova, and thank you to those who support it !!
cheers to having a wonderful 2017 and to more good memories !
i love each and every one of y’all ! please talk to me !!! i’m not scary just bad at social interaction
if we’ve talked before i’m throwing a little heart by your name bc i appreciate & love u so much !
On this day in music history: January 13, 1964 - “The Times They Are A-Changin’”, the third album by Bob Dylan is released. Produced by Tom Wilson, it is recorded at Columbia Recording Studios in New York City from August 6 - October 31, 1963. Right on the heels of the successful and acclaimed “The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan”, the prolific songwriter and musician returns to the studio a few months later to record the follow up. The album is Dylan’s first to feature all original material written by him. The songs are more serious and are starkly arranged featuring Dylan accompanied only by his own acoustic guitar and harmonica playing. The album yields some of his best known and loved songs including “North Country Blues” and the anthemic title track. The mono version of the album is remastered and reissued on 180 gram vinyl by Sundazed Records in 2001, with the stereo mix also being reissued by Columbia. The CD version is remastered and reissued in 2005. Audiophile label Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab reissues the titles as a limited double vinyl set mastered at 45 RPM in 2014, and as a hybrid SACD in 2015. “The Times They Are A-Changin’” peaks at number twenty on the Billboard Top 200, and is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.
I remember when people posted soundclips from the Game Time and Facerocker podcast with Burnie and Gav and everyone saying that it seemed like Burnie made it his intention for Gav to one day take the helm.
It seems crazy that our lovable goofball would become a prominent figure at RT, but I can only imagine how crazy it feels from his shoes.