“Oh, Sister” (Bob Dylan Cover)

Originally posted 2008-03-14 05:21:10. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

By Chris Moore:

If you enjoyed Jim’s rendition of “To Be Alone With You” from yesterday’s Laptop Session, then I hope you’ll love this Bob Dylan tune, too! Going right along in chronological order, “Oh, Sister” is from his 1975 album Desire. Better known for the song “Hurricane,” Desire really is one of my favorite Dylan albums. It doesn’t hurt that I have fond memories of this one — I’ve been listening to it since Jim bought it (before me!) and brought it to our drivers’ education classes. In contrast, I suppose anything would be more exciting!

I have some good news — by the end of the day, I’ll be joining Jim and Jeff in the 5,000+ YouTube views club!
I’m really excited, so thank you to all who have been watching and supporting these videos.

I hope you’ll keep coming back as “One-A-Day” rolls on in 2008 at LaptopSessions.com!


“The Man in Me” (Bob Dylan Cover)

Originally posted 2008-03-17 17:28:19. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

By Chris Moore:

I’ve been on a 70’s Dylan kick recently, and I thought I’d present to you one of my favorite overlooked Dylan songs of the decade. “The Man in Me” is from what was initially my least favorite album from his catalog, 1970’s New Morning. I listened to this album around the same time I was listening to Desire, so there really isn’t a comparison to be made, and I wrote off most of the songs on the album. When I went back to it years later, I found some really great songs, such as this one.

It may not be “Like A Rolling Stone” or a song of that caliber, but I hope you’ll take it for what it is — a really sincere, fun Dylan love song. I hope you enjoy it!

I hope you’ll come back to LaptopSessions.com again tomorrow for yet another all-new session as our One-A-Day marathon continues throughout 2008! And, if there’s not enough Fusco-Moore to please here, then check out the all-new Fusco-Moore.com that Jim just put the finishing touches on. If you’re in need of any audio, video, or graphic services or just looking for a new song to listen to, FMP is the place to go! Okay, enough plugging for one day… :-)