Episode: 6/25/2020: Key West


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6/25/2020: Key West
We continue to mark the release of Dylan's new album ROUGH & ROWDY WAYS by featuring one of its songs, "Key West," playing songs that help to place it in a context and that are akin to it in both theme and sound. This week on "Who Did It Better?" we go from the flatlands of "Key West" to the lowlands and feature two versions of "Sad-eyed Lady of the Lowlands": the Bob Dylan classic from BLONDE ON BLONDE & a stirring version from Joan Baez from ANY DAY NOW (1968), both recorded in Nashville and both featuring the same drummer, Kenneth Buttrey, and the same pianist, Hargus ”Pig” Robbins. Go to our Twitter page @RainTrains and vote for who did it better!


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