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Bob Dylan - A rendition

Like him or loath him?
My friend Sally's nephew Deny has done a rendition of sins of man and she was very proud of his efforts.
You can download the mp3 from my site and it's
1.7 megs large, but I guess that's not a lot with broadband.

Deny does have his own web site www.denyjones.com
where you can also download from if you wish.
Deny is Irish/English blood wise but he has always lived in England.

Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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Hope the flu goes away, Steve!

Very nice rendition. Keeps the Dylan style very well. Does he do his own guitar on this also? Rather amazing purity of the tones on that. And is his name pronounced "Denny" or "deny," as in "being in denial?"

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Hi Diane,
I think it is Deny, not Denny, although that surprised me the first time as well.
He plays the guitar, and I think he has some sound equipment to clean the tones up, whatever.
I shall post this thread link to him so he can explain anything about it to you, if you so wish.
I am glad you enjoyed it.
We need more singers and musicians like him I think, a bit in short supply judging from what I hear these days on the radio.
Feeling a bit better thanks. The cough has nearly gone and my chest is a lot less painful thanks.

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