Traveling Wilburys Biography and Top 10 Songs

Traveling Wilburys is not just one of my favorite groups because they made some very good music, but also because the band consisted of some of my favorite artists. I started listening to Wilburys when I was about 15 years old when my nanna got the accordion because I like the sound and it seems to me Bob Dylan. Harmonics is one of the instruments I can play, and I still have the accordion that my mother has given to this day and still play it occasionally. Wilburys are made up of Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Roy Orbison, Jeff Lynne and George Harrison and co-operation in my eyes is one of the best there or will ever be. All Wilbury's members were excellent in their solo career, and I will be included in future posts. Over time Wilburys were together (which was a short time) they just made 2 studio albums that were Traveling Wilburys Vol.1 and Vol.3. Vol.2 and Vol.4 were also released, but were compilation albums. Vol.2 featured demo and extended version of song songs from Vol.1 and Vol.4 were released from Vol.3. There was also a new compilation album released in 2007 under the title The Traveling Wilburys Collection

The Wilburys type came about when Roy, George and Jeff met in Bob Dylan's studio to help record the B-Side release for George Harrison & # 39; s track This is love. The reason that Tom Petty was involved was because George left his guitar in Tom's house.

Wilburo's family was Lucky Wilbury (Bob Dylan), Nelson Wilbury (George Harrison), Lefty Wilbury (Roy Orbison) Otis Wilbury (Jeff Lynne) and Charlie T. Jr. (Tom Petty). They enjoyed working together so much that they decided to compose an album (Vol.1), which was filmed in just 10 days, just before Bob Dylan was on tour. 1965 Roy Orbison died in 1988, apparently preventing Wilburi's gathering and when Vol.3 was released, Wilburys took new names in honor of Roy, meaning that they could never be the original family again. New "family" names were: Boo Wilbury (Bob Dylan), Spike Wilbury (George Harrison), Clayton Wilbury (Jeff Lynne) and Muddy Wilbury (Tom Petty).

Some of the most popular Wilbur songs include Handle With Care, Wilbury Twist, Nobody's Child, End of Line and Dirty World.

My Top 10 Traveling Wilburys Songs are:

01. Tweeter and monkey man

02. Escape

03. New Blue Moon

04. Wilbury Twist

05. No one's a kid

06. Maxine

07. Dirty World

08. The head of the light

09. Last night

10. End of Line



Source by Andy Jackson