Blood on the Tracks
An innovative scene that gave rise to a very weird myth.
The sinister centerpiece of 1999’s ‘Mule Variation’ is a bait and switch.
A rejected film score with a reputation that precedes it.
The lesson? Never pick up hitchhikers.
A song response to the most notorious fan the duo ever had.
A rock ‘n’ roll song with a killer riff and a sinister backstory.
How an upbeat funk song launched a wild rumor.
A pair of tracks that helped to build on the myth of the devil at the crossroads.
How the Louisville indie rock legends launched some grim legends of their own.
“Born in the U.S.A.” wasn’t a message of conservative optimism, and neither was this.
How the California singer/songwriter’s 1969 song possibly foretold of his disappearance six years later.
Blood on the Tracks returns with a Southern gothic tale of suicide and unconscious cruelty.
A story of a drowning that never was…or was it?
“He who carries death in his pouch” speaks truth to power.
The last song you hear before the lights go out.
The sound of a struggle for survival against one’s own body.
When two similarly twisted songwriters dive into the same story of dark Americana.
It’s way darker than Die Hard.