Today marks the 40th release anniversary of Bob Dylan´s 15th studio album "Blood on the Tracks", one of the greatest albums of all time. The album is not only the #1 favorite in a 2012 Rolling Stone Magazine fan poll of all of Dylan’s albums, but it is also among the 2015 GRAMMY Hall Of Fame inductees, having been selected thanks to its influential and historically significance and timeless recordings.
Billy Peterson, Legends Rock´s bass player, was among the Minneapolis musicians, who were called in to work with Bob Dylan in December 1974 to re-record half of an album that Dylan had recorded in New York three months earlier. But Dylan wasn’t satisfied, so a Minnesotan studio band was assembled. And it turned out that the most successful tracks in the collection - including the iconic “Tangled Up in Blue” and the merciless “Idiot Wind” - were recorded by the Minneapolis crew.