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Each and Every Door

Jay Case and Malcolm Gold
Religion & SpiritualityMusic HistoryMusic

Each and Every Door is an educational podcast about Bob Dylan, Religion and Spirituality. Arguably the most influential singer/songwriter of our era, Dylan has been making music, in the words of some English folk, for "donkey's years." That means a very long time. During his long, unpredictable career, he has exhibited a fascinating relationship with religion and spirituality, one that extends far beyond his "gospel years." On this podcast, Malcolm Gold, a sociologist of religion at Messiah College and Jay Case, a professor of American religious history at Malone University, explore everything from what Dylan may or may not have believed, to the ways spirituality emerges in his songs and music, to the shifting religious context framing his life, and much more. (Artwork by David Everett. everettdavide@gmail.com)

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Latest Episodes

With Bob Dylan out on tour once again (that old guy just won't stop) Mal and Jay present a couple of tour-related themes.  First, we have a "Stump the Dylan Freak" segment, involving reviews of concerts from old 70s bands.  Is it a Dylan concert or n... more

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18 days ago

Mal and Jay discuss Dylan's 2021 summer event (?), concert (?), music video (?), performance (?), thingy-ma-jig, called "Shadow Kingdom."  It came, it went.  Maybe it will return some today, but for now, you can hear them talk about it in the weeks a... more

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2 months ago

More explorations here into what is going on with Bob Dylan's song, "Idiot Wind."  Mal and Jay dive into "alternative tunings" and ancient Jewish scholars, but don't let that discourage you  -- there are real treasures here!  (How is that for a pitch... more

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7 months ago

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