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    Bob Dylan - a mysterious trip to Nashville

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    In the autumn of 1967, Bob Dylan took a mysterious trip to Nashville. "As I recall, it was just on a kind of whim that Bob went down," Robbie Robertson, who had spent much of that summer wood shedding with Dylan and the rest of the Band in upstate New York, would later say. To this day, no one knows for sure when Dylan wrote many of the 12 songs he recorded on his secretive visit. He hadn't played a single one of them during his mythic sessions in the basement of "Big Pink" near Woodstock that year, and he reputedly composed several of the best new tunes ("The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest," "I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine" and "Drifter's Escape") during his two-day train ride from New York to Nashville. Once there, he knocked out his eighth album in just three sessions in a local studio. "We did the whole thing in nine, nine and a half hours," says Charlie McCoy, who returned from the Blonde on Blonde sessions to play bass on the new material. "He was focused. And he never used a lyric sheet. To memorize those lyrics, with all those double meanings, was impressive."

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    Taylor Swift and "End Game" video

    Taylor Swift has released the new video for Reputation song, "End Game." The clip follows Swift hopping around the globe in international locales where she hits the beach; takes in fireworks; cruises around in a bus, car and motorcycle; dances with Future on a yacht and continues the party with Ed Sheeran.



    Directed by Joseph Kahn, the video finds the singer and her entourage in Tokyo, Miami and London. The song and video feature Future and Sheeran, who both join her in fun and flirty situations, from extravagant parties to karaoke bars. She toasts to having a "big reputation," dances and struts around town with confidence while professing her want to be the only one, the "end game," for her love interest.

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    Quincy Jones Tapped and the 30th anniversary of Michael Jackson's hit song

    Quincy Jones will appear at a special concert celebrating the 30th anniversary of Michael Jackson's hit song, "Man in the Mirror," set to stream live on YouTube January 19th at 7 p.m. PST.

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    The show will feature reinterpretations of "Man in the Mirror" from several artists, including the song's co-writer Siedah Garrett (who also provided background vocals on the original) and the Myron McKinley jazz trio. McKinley's Earth, Wind and Fire bandmates, Verdine White and Ralph Johnson, are also set to appear at the event. YouTube is hosting the concert with Korean music label SM, and the show will available on SM's YouTube channel.

    Jackson released "Man in the Mirror" in January 1988. The track became the fourth consecutive single from the pop star's hit 1987 album Bad to top the Billboard Hot 100, holding the Number One spot for two weeks. "Man in the Mirror" also received a Grammy nomination for Record of the Year, but lost to Bobby McFerrin's "Don't Worry, Be Happy."

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