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Open the Door, Homer - Bob Dylan and The Band

Open the Door, Homer

The Basement Tapes
folk rock rock country poetry Dylan


One of the more underrated and unknown tracks from the Basement Tapes, Open the Door, Homer takes its name from an old 1940's novelty song with the same title, even though the Dylan version actually asks Richard to open the door. If anyone doubts Dylan's ability to make up genius wordplay on the spot, along with melodies that would make any songwriter jealous, they should listen long and hard to this song. Not to mention that he never intended to release this gem...


Bob Dylan and The Band is a long-lived collaboration with few official releases, their recordings together often released under Dylan's name alone. The members of The Band first worked together as The Hawks, the backing band of rockabilly singer Ronnie Hawkins from 1959 until 1963. Shortly afterwards, Bob Dylan came to Toronto and recruited the quintet for his history-making 1965/1966 world tour. The Band also worked with Dylan on the initial Blonde On Blonde sessions which Show more ...

Open the Door, Homer - Bob Dylan and The Band

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