“Here is my man Skip James, he had a sound that was otherworldly, ethereal, sounds like it is coming from beyond the veil, magic in the grooves.”
And then he played Skip James “Devil Got My Woman” but not the version I HAVE - some deep cut version he has a recording of.
Then an intro to a Muddy Waters or Howling Wolf song (I forget which)....
“The next song is entirely without flaw and meets all standards of excellence......”
Some of that stuff he played I couldn’t get into at all, others were interesting. I wasn’t familiar with much of it. One thing’s for sure, that was probably the first time a lot of that stuff was played in radio format for 50+ years, and some of it was probably never played on the radio at all. That’s neat.
I can never find it now, but once I stumbled on a website that gathered a lot of the jokes and such that Dylan said between songs back when he talked between songs. My favorite was “This is a love song, the band loves to play it.” And then they would go into Love Sick.