Pod Dylan #99 – Tight Connection To My Heart (Has Anybody Seen My Love?)

POD DYLAN

Episode 99 – Tight Connection To My Heart (Has Anybody Seen My Love?)

Rob welcomes fellow Bobcat Alan Christensen to discuss the charming “Tight Connection To My Heart (Has Anybody Seen My Love?)”, the opening track to 1985’s oft-maligned EMPIRE BURLESQUE.

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2 responses to “Pod Dylan #99 – Tight Connection To My Heart (Has Anybody Seen My Love?)

  1. I just started downloading when I noticed that we are already up to episode 99. Holey moley, talk about a trip! This series just flies by and always a must listen that jumps to highest priority to listen to. My love for Bob’s music is only part of it as I truly do think you’ve done an amazing show. Thank you Rob for all your hard work and congratulations on the upcoming live show and celebrating 100 episodes… even if you recently suggested his covers are low priority for coverage on the show (BLOOD IN MY EYES is in my top five favorite songs :P).

  2. Hey guys. Big fan of the comic related podcasts. I’m a fan of Dylan and MASH, but there’s only so much podcast listening time available. My Dad was a HUGE Dylan fan, and took me to see him live in 88. I think it was the start of the famed “never ending” tour. I grew up listening to Bob and would hear the albums as a child. I think I even bought him the Empire Burlesque album for his birthday or Christmas. I always loved this song, and I believe it was his first music video. I remember my Dad and I watching it in the height of the MTV age. My Dad seemed old at the time, I was 14, he was 45. Lol. I’m 48. My father passed away in 2009. Thanks for bringing out this little chestnut. It brought back some good memories and actually choked me up. Plus, the song is really good! “ Remember to forget” indeed, as a divorced man, these lyrics hit like a sledgehammer. The analysis was great too. Real fannish and nerdy. PERFECT. Just how I like it. Like a KISS podcast or like when I used to read Backstreets magazine. Great job, loyal listener. Thank you for the bittersweet memories

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