Stephen Fry & Jude Law in Wilde (1997)
Dwight Yoakam, 1998.
A rare studio recording of Jakob Dylan and Rami Jaffee performing an acoustic and slightly alternate version of Mourning Train in 1996, 4 years before it’s official release on (Breach).
Jakob Dylan, Rolling Stone Alternate.
“I first heard Django Reinhardt when I was like, I think about 12; and I’d made a call— I was talking to somebody and I was— uh, we’ll just say it was a family friend, or relative, we’ll say, about guitar players ‘cause I wanna start playin’ guitar; and, um, you know “who should I listen to?”. And they said they had this person who’d be really great. I’m like 12 years old and I’m thinkin’ like, the ‘Eddie Van Halen’ box set’s coming or something, and like, the next day a 12 disc, by you know, a 3-fingered Jazz player showed up and I didn’t know what to do with it. Spent a lot of time trying to figure out why it was— you know, what was important about it.” — Jakob Dylan