Monday, March 5, 2018

Dylan Cover #315 Scuntz "Boots of Spanish Leather" Live

In this ongoing Monday Series we will be exploring various artists versions of Bob Dylan song's. Today's tune is a live cover by Scuntz of the Dylan tune "Boots Of Spanish Leather"

Thoughts On Original:
From the first time we highlighted someone covering this tune:
One of the first Dylan songs that really bowled me over. I know on the Times They Are a-Changin' there are a ton of epic songs but this was the track that stayed with me the longest. It is ghostly in it's presentation and still just as dynamic now as when he wrote it back in 1963. My favorite show I have seen Dylan play live was back in 1999 at the RPI Fieldhouse. The whole night was great, my favorite backing band of his since The Band, a tiny venue and a setlist that was magical. One of the major highlights was "Boots of Spanish Leather", I need to break out that bootleg this week and re-live that great night.

Thoughts on Cover Artist:
Not much known about Scuntz, except he seems to like fly fishing, cooking/eating good food and playing banjo. What more do you really need?
Thoughts on Cover:
A fun. fan made video that becomes hypnotic in both singing and playing as it progress. We love the added chorus help at the end to close out the track as well. A pleasant, smile inducing version for this Monday. 

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