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You're A Big Girl Now (live)

mickpuck on September 15, 2010 21:03

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    This is from my little stereo mini-recorder, placed on top of the mixing desk during my set at Hamish Stuart's mOare Music Festival, Kent, England, 12 September 2010. It's a Bob Dylan song, and a great one.

    Mick Puck: vocals, acoustic gtr
    James Hallawell: piano
    Mike Gorman: organ
    Melvin Duffy: pedal steel
    Adam Phillips: electric guitar
    Ash Soan: drums
    Nick: bass

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    • alfaro-angelica
      alfaro-angelica on April 22, 2011 18:41

      simple, love you, all the time...

    • Saint Annie
      Saint Annie on December 19, 2010 22:16

      LOVELY! I put this up at expectingrain -- Dylan fans will certainly love it.

    • Singing Bear
      Singing Bear at 2.35 on December 19, 2010 20:40

      Lovely version, Mike. Dylan would be happy, me thinks.

    • Raine Carosin
      Raine Carosin at 1.29 on November 28, 2010 01:42

      thanks to Miss Ellie, I have the pleasure of listening to this great rendition!!! Lovely!

    • Bren Cinley
      Bren Cinley on November 13, 2010 08:28

      Nobody does Dylan covers as good as you Mike...Top Drawer...Have you got a version of Forever Young you could put up on the cloud?

    • Laobhán1
      Laobhán1 on November 12, 2010 21:32

      Sorry Mike - meant to add a comment about Sunday night's 'Appointment' at the Grand Canal Theatre. What a fantastic performance by all concerned - fantastic musicianship. Loved it and it was even better than the two Abbey shows I managed to attend in March. Am I right in thinking that a few of the songs e.g. White Birds were extended from the March performances? Regardless, loved it so much. Please get the CD out soon & this show MUST be committed to DVD. It's too good and too important not to be.

    • Laobhán1
      Laobhán1 on November 12, 2010 21:25

      Fantastic interpretation Mike - Love this!

    • user3411841
      user3411841 on October 26, 2010 17:12

      "Dylan savours the Wonder of ( his) words and mike does the same here"..
      Words are powerful when they acess TRUTH.

    • Piscesgirlygirl
      Piscesgirlygirl at 6.02 on October 25, 2010 20:23

      Really like this Dylan cover. Mike, will you be bringing Mr. Yeats to NYC? Please do!

    • TomoftheClouds
      TomoftheClouds at 2.07 on October 25, 2010 18:44

      Spent todaydriving and listening to Rolling Thunder Revue and how Dylan savours the wonder of his words - you do the same here - it's beautiful - thanks Mike.

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    • oorlab
      oorlab at 1.42 on October 13, 2010 09:02

      fav Bob Dylan song, from my favoritest Dylan Album: Blood on the tracks. Any more Bob Dylan covers coming up?

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    • Jasontis
      Jasontis on October 08, 2010 17:30

      I love when one great songwriter pays homage to another. You seem to have a real affinity for those composers whose lyrics read as well as poetry, and your honest performance is a tribute not only to Dylan but to the sentiment he expounds. By blissful coincidence, I was just looking for a clip of this song to put on my Facebook page in honor of my 14-year-old daughter Hannah's birthday. Dylan's lawyers seem to have wiped YouTube clean, but I'm pleased to share this performance with my friends.

    • travellingeyes
      travellingeyes on September 23, 2010 09:50

      so missed this gig, bah...glad u all had a great time...:)

    • Len_5
      Len_5 on September 22, 2010 22:43

      @mickpuck: An inspired choice of cover, with the pedal steel available. Absolutely beautiful version too, much appreciated!

    • mickpuck
      mickpuck on September 18, 2010 20:54

      @mikey_d: Thanks. That's right - no rehearsal at all, just a bit of strumming backstage and a sharing of MP3s a week before. Watch out for Melvin onstage at Waterboys shows next summer!

    • mikey_d
      mikey_d on September 18, 2010 20:45

      Was lucky enough to be at mOare to hear this live. What astounded me was that you just appeared to walk on stage and play with "the house band" - no rehearsal at all. Thought Melvin on the pedal steel guitar was brilliant, not just on your set, but all day. Keep the music coming. Can't tell you how much I'm looking forward to hearing Appointment with Mr Yeats in Dublin.

    • RBH
      RBH on September 18, 2010 00:45

      Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. Lovely, passionate music.

    • stereofuture
      stereofuture on September 17, 2010 14:34

      A nice little gig this was, would love to hear moare...

    • visionAiry
      visionAiry on September 16, 2010 13:13

      I've been loving your live cover of All Things Must Pass in recent days,this sounds beautiful also thank you for sharing it!!!!

    • paulmacbcn
      paulmacbcn on September 15, 2010 22:28

      What a masterful piece of mature songwriting. One of those lyrics that leaves you gobsmacked at Dylan's ability to burrow deep into the very marrow of human experience. Served up herewith the subtetly and passion it deserves. What confounds me is how tight and organic the band sounds. Let me ask a question: how much rehearsal was put into this piece? (PS great little recording machine, though I find it hard to understand why some individuals would jabber their way through this performance. )

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