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T Bone Burnett

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T Bone Burnett (2006)

Interview by Joel Selvin, Selvin On The City, KSAN 107.7, June 2006

T-Bone Burnett guests on Selvin On the City ( KSAN Underground Radio 107.7, San Francisco), talking about production, the soundtrack for O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Ralph Stanley, Jakob Dylan and more.

File format: mp3 File size: 27.2mb Interview length: 29' 44"; Sound quality: *****

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Bob Dylan and Friends on the Bus: Like a Rolling Thunder

Report by Larry Sloman, Rolling Stone, 4 December 1975

NEW YORK — It was four o'clock on a brandy-soaked October Thursday morning in Greenwich Village as about 20 friends and assorted hangers-on gathered in ...

T Bone Burnett: Born Again, But Still Looking

Interview by Bill Bentley, L.A. Weekly, 8 August 1980

IT HAPPENS nearly every year, and usually when you least expect it. From left field, you find a new record and end up with a ...

T Bone Burnett: Truth Decay

Review by Robot A. Hull, Creem, October 1980

RIGHT OFF THE bat T-Bone Burnett has three things going for him: He was born in Tokyo (home of the Jolly Green Godzilla), raised in ...

T Bone Burnett: Truth Decay (Takoma Records)

Review by Joe Sasfy, Unicorn Times, October 1980

Prime Cuts from T-Bone Burnett ...

Rock Returns to Holy Rolling

Essay by Geoffrey Himes, Baltimore Sun, 14 June 1981

ON SATURDAY nights in 1956, transistor radios in the hands of eager teenagers all over America shuddered with the sensual sound of Elvis Presley's 'Hound ...

T Bone Burnett: Trap Door and Behind The Trap Door

Review by Richard Cook, New Musical Express, 1984

THIS LONG TALL TEXAN is a perplexing, sometimes infuriating contributor to the annals of rockin' psychology. As a maverick composer and player to various courts ...

T Bone Burnett: Just Plain Folks

Interview by David Gans, Record, January 1984

T-Bone Burnett makes a case for himself as a regular guy ...

T Bone Burnett: T-Bone Steak, Rattle and Roll

Interview by Cynthia Rose, New Musical Express, 7 January 1984

November 21. A cool, inky evening in Fort Worth, Texas – the kind of town where a lonesome moan from the Mystery Train still pierces ...

T Bone Burnett: Bottom Line, New York NY

Live Review by Fred Schruers, Musician, February 1984

America as Fallen Starlet ...

T Bone Burnett: Proof Through The Night (Warner Bros.)

Review by RJ Smith, Creem, March 1984

LIKE A DUST devil rolling across the arid nothing of Texas, T-Bone Burnett was recently barnstorming the nation. Though he's long been a moralizing rock ...

T Bone Burnett's Chapter and Verse

Interview by Charles Bermant, Unicorn Times, March 1984

T-BONE BURNETT STRIDES onstage alone, immediately sitting at the piano. He seems to strike a few soulful chords, wincing at every sound. He stands up, ...

Elvis Costello, T Bone Burnett: State University of New York, Stony Brook, N.Y.

Live Review by Jeff Tamarkin, Billboard, 5 May 1984

IT WAS THE old, familiar scene of singer/songwriter bearing acoustic guitar and playing for an attentive college crowd. What wasn't so familiar was that the ...

T Bone Burnett: Proof Thru The Night

Interview by Cynthia Rose, Creem, June 1984

ROCK MUSIC may know few true gentlemen. But those it does possess are liable to embody the best of that extraordinary flamboyance, imagination and hope ...

T Bone Burnett

Interview by Amy Linden, Creem, October 1992

ALTHOUGH THE understated and pointedly emotional The Criminal Under My Hat (Columbia) is Texas-raised/L.A.-based producer/musician T-Bone Burnett's first release since 1988, he ain't exactly in ...

T Bone Burnett: Brother, Who Art Thou?

Interview by Bud Scoppa, Uncut, May 2008

WHO EXACTLY IS T Bone Burnett? Is he really the man who turned Dylan onto Christianity and split Costello from the Attractions? As the producer ...

T Bone Burnett

Report and Interview by Jim Irvin, The Word, April 2009

T-Bone Burnett has been producing records for over 40 years and is busier now than he's ever been, pursuing a lifelong fascination with "the boom ...

All Star's Concert For T Bone Is Well Done

Live Review by Jim Sullivan, Boston Herald, 18 October 2010

I FIRST SAW T Bone Burnett in 1975 when he was 27 and one of the less-known musicians on Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue tour. ...

T Bone Burnett on Ghost Brothers of Darkland County

Review and Interview by Holly Gleason, Paste, 31 May 2013

"I DON'T HAVE ANY HOPES FOR IT," T Bone Burnett confesses about Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, the Stephen King/John Mellencamp collaborative play/performance experience he ...

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