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TCA NEWS:

SHOWTIME will premiere captivating new original documentary LOST SONGS: THE BASEMENT TAPES CONTINUED on Friday, November 21st at 9:00 p.m. Produced by Oscar winner T Bone Burnett and Sam Jones and directed by Jones, the documentary chronicles the recording of new music from long-lost lyrics penned by legendary songwriter Bob Dylan. 

LOST SONGS: THE BASEMENT TAPES CONTINUED is an exclusive and intimate look at five of today’s most acclaimed artists - Elvis Costello, Rhiannon Giddens (Carolina Chocolate Drops), Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes), Jim James (My Morning Jacket) and Marcus Mumford (Mumford & Sons) – as they create music for two-dozen recently discovered lyrics written by Bob Dylan. 

(via mumfordandsonsblog)

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butchwalker:

This is Clark Rogers. He owned and operated the corn grist mill that he is sitting on the very steps of in this picture. This mill is in the backyard of our house in Cartersville, where I grew up. I learned how to multitrack record drums in this mill, made out with my girlfriend in it during high school, and later, shot a full scale music video in it with my old hair metal band when that music was upon us. We also had legendary mill parties in it every holiday with my mom and dad being the ultimate hosts. We sang, played gtr, ate and drank pretty much all of the alcohol in the county. Thanks, Clark, for the place of memories.. And for creating my Dad’s dream property that he basically sold everything to buy, and was able to love, live and die being the proprietor of.

butchwalker:

This is Clark Rogers. He owned and operated the corn grist mill that he is sitting on the very steps of in this picture. This mill is in the backyard of our house in Cartersville, where I grew up. I learned how to multitrack record drums in this mill, made out with my girlfriend in it during high school, and later, shot a full scale music video in it with my old hair metal band when that music was upon us. We also had legendary mill parties in it every holiday with my mom and dad being the ultimate hosts. We sang, played gtr, ate and drank pretty much all of the alcohol in the county. Thanks, Clark, for the place of memories.. And for creating my Dad’s dream property that he basically sold everything to buy, and was able to love, live and die being the proprietor of.