The Man in Me
|"The Man in Me"|
|Song by Bob Dylan|
|from the album New Morning|
|Released||October 19, 1970|
|Recorded||June 5, 1970|
Studio B, Columbia Studio Building, 49 East 52nd Street, New York City
In other media
The song is featured in the soundtrack to the 1998 Coen Brothers film The Big Lebowski. It plays during the stylized opening title sequence and during the hallucination sequence after the Dude is punched and his rug stolen. More recently it has been performed live by the film's star, Jeff Bridges, at Lebowski Fest, an audience-participation oriented event commemorating the film.
Other recorded versions
In 1971, the song was covered by Lonnie Mack on his album, The Hills of Indiana. In 1975, it was covered by London reggae band Matumbi, with another reggae version recorded by Joe Cocker the following year. The song was also covered by The Clash during sessions for the album that was to become London Calling. It is available on The Vanilla Tapes. More recently, it was covered by alternative rock group Say Anything; a demo version of the cover features Chris Conley (of Saves the Day) on vocals. It has also been covered by Al Kooper, David Bazan (who regularly plays it live), Jenoah, Vandaveer, Buffalo Tom, and My Morning Jacket.
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