Saturday 30 September 2006

Podcast: Bob Dylan, "I Believe in You"

One of Bob Dylan’s great gospel songs is “I Believe in You” (1979). Here, Dylan depicts faith as a fundamental paradox, a great Nevertheless – we believe in spite of all the apparent reasons not to believe:

   I believe in you when winter turn to summer,
   I believe in you when white turn to black...

For those of you who enjoy the sound of Bob Dylan’s voice, here’s a rare (unofficial) version of “I Believe in You,” recorded live in Avignon, France, on 25 July 1981. You can listen to it here in mp3, or you can get the podcast feed here.

1 Comment:

Anonymous said...

An amazing song. Very inspiring too.

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