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The Traveling Wilburys

Crazy Diamond

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Inspired by the Tom Petty thread, I have decided to dedicate one to the Traveling Wilburys.

For those who do not know who they are, you're missing out. But you probably heard at least a couple tunes like Handle Me With Care, End of the Line, or Tweeter and the Monkeyman.

Consisting of Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne, George Harrison and Roy Orbison, they have never played a live show together as the Traveling Wilburys.

more info at http://www.wilburys.info/

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I like them too... they have a great sound that blends all the individual traits exceptionally well. It's a shame they never did any live shows but since a couple are r.i.p. it'll never happen with that line up.

I too would recommend giving them a listen.

nice post Crazy Diamond :good job:

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I adore them!

I love the way it confuses you. You recognize a typical Dylan melody and then you hear the voice of Harisson, and things like that.

These kind of groups (nothing hillbillies as well) get a change to make the music they really like themeselves, and you can hear they enjoy that.




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