2 Shades of Grey

Songs from the soundtrack of your life

Bob Dylan: Tom Thumb’s Blues

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All’s Well That Begins And Ends Well

A record exists between two silences. The silence before the song starts is one of expectation and anticipation. Sometimes the silence after the song has finished is one of satisfaction, resolution and even joy. When that happens you have a record that enters your personal pantheon – one you will return to over and over again.

Good beginings set the emotional mood of a song and should intrigue the listener ; beckoning them to lean forward and open up their hearts and minds. Good endings deliver on the promise of their beginnings and close a song like a ship after a long journey safely docking in its home port – ready to sail again.

Dylan’s Tom Thumb’s Blues is the first from my own pantheon (more to come later!). It seem to me to begin and end exceptionally well…

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Author: mikethepsych

He says he's a psychologist but aren't we all?

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