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|Tangled Up in Blues|
|Compilation album by |
|Recorded||July 13, 1999|
|Label||House of Blues|
Tangled Up in Blues: Songs of Bob Dylan is a 1999 album of Bob Dylan songs performed in blues and soul styles by various artists. The album's title is a play on the Dylan song title "Tangled Up in Blue".
Although the album technically falls into the category of tribute albums, the artwork on the cover features the admonition "This Ain't No Tribute".
- "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry" – Taj Mahal
- "Gotta Serve Somebody" – Mavis Staples
- "Lay Lady Lay" – Isaac Hayes
- "Everything is Broken" – R.L. Burnside
- "Pledging My Time" – Luther 'Guitar Jr.' Johnson
- "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" – John Hammond, Jr.
- "Ballad of a Thin Man" – James Solberg
- "Million Miles" – Alvin Youngblood Hart
- "Watching the River Flow" – Leon Russell
- "Wallflower" – The Holmes Brothers
- "All Along the Watchtower" ��� Larry McCray
- "One Too Many Mornings" – The Band
- Steve Huey (1999-07-13). "Tangled Up in Blues: Songs of Bob Dylan – Various Artists | Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved 2014-05-28.
- Luigi Cesari. "The Band Session Discography". Retrieved 2015-12-17.
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