Bob Dylan recorded It's All Over Now, Baby Blue in 1965. And since then it's been covered by every man and his dog. Far be it for me to tell you which versions are worth seeking out, and those that belong on the turkey farm - I'll let you make your own minds up.
That said, I am rather partial to Chris Robinson's version. I'm not too sure if the former Black Crowe ever released it officially, but this was recorded in a New York radio station a couple of years back. Check the beards out, too.
Chris Robinson Brotherhood - It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (2016)
We're a man down: one of our blogging fraternity - The Swede - is not too good at the moment. I'm sure we all wish him a speedy return to form, and hope he's back in harness before too long.
In the summer of 1980 I inter-railed around Europe with a friend and we once got holed up in a railway station somewhere in Italy overnight. We had to share the waiting room with an eccentric chap who was high on something or other and he proceeded to sing this song ALL night long. I can never disassociate it with that memory now.ReplyDelete
Great story; I presume you and your friend sang harmonies...?Delete