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Oye! Music

Bob Dylan on Tracks of My Tears   Bob Dylan praised or dissed Smokey Robinson’s “Tracks of My Tears” – which is it?

Back in 1965 I remember a New York Herald Tribune story about hanging out with Bob Dylan when he seems to dis about Smokey Robinson’s “Tracks of my Tears”.

Expectations:

The novel Aditya Chopra combination with Anu Malik sets the bar of our expectations very high as these two legends come together for the first time.

Music:

It can be called the song of the season, for such masterpieces are heard only once in a blue moon of late. Anu Malik
One Night With Bob Dylan In New York 1965   A night with Bob Dylan and friends in New York City 1965 when Bob Dylan reveals his admiration for The Temptations

New York Herald Tribune, December 12, 1965 –  Bob picked himself up from the revolving turntable, staggered into an armchair, waved his above his head and sat

Expectations:
We hope for some catchy music, as the film is made by a trendy yet experienced choreographer.

Music:
The maddest song on the track is the convoluted 'Hu Tu Tu', sung by Sonu Nigam and Sivamani. Full of gimmicks - both instrumental and vocal - the song reminds us of '
Expectations:

Nothing high, as the film is small and almost faceless.

Music:

The music is in line with what is considered trendy. High-pitched male vocals, elements of rock and the standard kind of metres and lyrics ('Main tera aks hoon tu mera aaina') abound along with the
Frank Sinatra is the Gold Standard For Bob Dylan’s Shadows In The Night   Now for a little Frank Sinatra in the Night – the real thing sounds better than anyone else

By Stephen Pate -The popularity of Bob Dylan singing Frank Sinatra songs on his album Shadows In The Night may have you wondering: what’s the real thing like?

Uptown Funk Tops Billboard Hot 100 x 7 Weeks   The Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson collaboration Uptown Funk is the hottest of the Hot 100 songs

By Stephen Pate – You know “Uptown Funk” is hot. It’s catchy and you want to hear it to get in that mood.

The Mark Ronson song that features Bruno Mars is

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