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Tracklisting from disc; on cover as follows: 1. All I really want to do (from the upcoming album The Bootleg Series Vol. 6, Bob Dylan LIVE 1964, The Philharmonic Hall Concert (previously unreleased)) 2. Love minus zero/No limit (from the album Bringing It All Back Home) 3. Stuck inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues again (from the album Blonde On Blonde).

Bob Dylan is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on March 19, 1962 by Columbia Records. Produced by Columbia's legendary talent scout John H. Hammond, who signed Dylan to the label, the album features folk standards, plus two original compositions, "Talkin' New York" and "Song to Woody".

Bob Dylan’s Tombstone Blues revisited: the meaning behind the music and the lyrics →. Highway 61 Revisited (the song, not the album). Posted on April 24, 2013 by TonyAttwood. In one sense all you need to know is that Highway 61 is the Blues Highway. You can just have the simplicity of the genre and still come up with new and interesting variation. As Chronicles tells us, Highway 61, the main thoroughfare of the country blues, begins about where I began

Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2, 1971. With its simple, evocative tale of a prisoner yearning for freedom, this rock hymn was part of a conscious effort by Dylan to move away from the sprawling imagery of his mid-Sixties masterpieces. me how he was writing shorter lines, with every line meaning something," Allen Ginsberg once said. And from that time came some of the stuf. ike 'I Shall Be Released. .You could say that jokes and theft are the twin poles of Dylan's art, and this 12-line masterpiece about a joker (who believes he's being robbed) and a thief (who thinks everything's a joke) penetrates straight to the core of his work. Watchtower" is among Dylan's most haunting tunes: Built around an austere arrangement and Dylan's spooked croon, it starts out like a ballad that's going to go on for a long while.

Bob Dylan was 33 when Blood on the Tracks was released. Sara Dylan didn’t file for divorce until two years later. One of us has got to hit the road must have been awfully hard to accept at that point in his life. Forty-three years later, with another round of dates in his 30-year Never Ending Tour commencing this week, I suspect he feels differently. Now that he’s much further down the road, Up to Me is self-fulfilling prophecy

Bob Dylan - The Reissue Series Sampler: You Could Never Improve The Music, But Wait Until You Hear The Sound (2003) SACD + Hi-Res. SACD ISO, DSD, Hi-Res 24 bit, Country, Folk, Blues 10-12-2018, 23:26 671 aleXs All albums Bob Dylan. Bob James - Espresso (2018) SACD + DSD + Hi-Res.

The Cutting Edge gathers music Dylan recorded over 14 months for the albums Bringing It All Back Home, Highway 61 Revisited, and Blonde on Blonde. These two years are Dylan at his wildest: Later on, he'd have discipline, but this is what he sounded like when he was free. In a 1985 interview with Bill Flanagan (who also happens to contribute an essay to this set), Dylan claimed, "I don't think I knew you could do an overdub until 1978. That approach partially explains why this massive trove exists in the first place. With the recent Led Zeppelin reissue sets, we were left mostly with early and alternate mixes as bonuses because the masters were carefully constructed in the studio from fragments.

Even in 1979, Bob Dylan could cause a commotion. That was the year he released Slow Train Coming, the album that announced his embrace of Christianity, soon to be followed by Saved in 1980 and Shot of Love in 1981: his born-again trilogy. For those three years, the iconoclast, freethinker and reluctant voice of a generation proclaimed faith in salvation by Jesus Christ (despite his Jewish upbringing), with lyrics that drew a line in the sand. And the band tears into the music. The tour recordings provide multiple versions of many songs, yet they’re anything but routine, shifting tempo and attack while Mr. Dylan flings every line with conviction. There were moments of reverence, too, like the quiet coda in the prayerlike What Can I Do for You? : just Mr. Dylan on harmonica and the notable soul songwriter Spooner Oldham on organ, sharing experiments in extended harmony.

But Bob Dylan did exactly this in 1975 with his urgent single Hurricane, which tells the story of Rubin Hurricane Carter, a middleweight boxer wrongly accused of murder in the mid-’60s. Against weeping strings, Dylan recounts a shooting in a Paterson, . bar where five people were killed and Carter was wrongly implicated. 25. Highway 61 Revisited In addition to the musical legend of Highway 61, there’s also a biblical notion to these scenes that play out on the highway that runs from Minnesota to New Orleans. Highway 61 Revisted captures them in many ways, and they’re just as resonant now-just apply the metaphors to current events. But with or without deeper meaning, this song rocks. But even in that recording, and especially in Dylan’s Bootleg Series version, you hear the beautiful simplicity of the song’s construction matched with the depth of its meaning.

Bob Dylan – The Rolling Thunder Revue: The 1975 Live Recordings. More Blood, More Tracks – The Bootleg Series Vol. 14. 2018. Trouble No More – The Bootleg Series Vol. 13, 1979-1981. Bob Dylan In Concert: Brandeis University 1963. The Best Of The Original Mono Recordings. The Bootleg Series, Vol 9: The Witmark Demos: 1962-1964. The Original Mono Recordings.

Tracklist

1 All I Really Want To Do
2 Love Minus Zero/No Limit
3 Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
4 Tangled Up In Blue
5 Gotta Serve Somebody
6 Moonlight
7 Cold Irons Bound

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Sony Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Notes

Comes in a gatefold cardsleeve with pocket on the right for CD.
Tracklisting from disc; on cover as follows:
1. All I really want to do (from the upcoming album The Bootleg Series Vol. 6, Bob Dylan LIVE 1964, The Philharmonic Hall Concert (previously unreleased))
2. Love minus zero/No limit (from the album Bringing It All Back Home)
3. Stuck inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues again (from the album Blonde On Blonde)
4. Tangled up in blue (from the album Blood On The Tracks)
5. Gotta serve somebody (from the album Slow Train Coming)
6. Moonlight (from the album "Love And Theft")
7. Cold Irons bound (bonus track from the movie soundtrack Masked And Anonymous)

From back: "This sampler highlights recordings from the Bob Dylan hybrid Super Audio CD reissue series. [...] Each album has been remastered from the original source tapes [...]. This sampler has two distinct layers. One layer contains a newly remasteres stereo mix that plays on any CD player. The other layer contains a high-resolution SA-CD stereo version and a multichannel surround sound version of the same repertoire that works on Super Audio CD-compatible players." - "Promotional Copy - Not for sale".
On disc: "© 2003 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. / Originally released 1964, 1965, 1966. 1974, 1979, 2001, 2003 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. [...]. Made in Austria."
In contrast to the USA-version (which seemed to be a free give-away when buying an SA-CD player - US catalog# = CSH 55838, white disc in difference to European version), the European version seemed to be included with the limited edition of "Masked And Anonymous" - which is not obligatory: I got it as give-away when buying a new CD player (not SA-CD!).

There is a release with same catalog#, but only 6 tracks (without Cold Irons Bound), clear plastic wallet without artwork and different disc-design; title on the disc is "Bob Dylan - Sampler".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Lower section of silver ring, "2" mirror-inverted): S0100471132-B911 18 2A
  • Matrix / Runout (Upper section of silver ring): S0100471132-A911 17 1A
  • Mastering SID Code (lower section of silver ring): IFPI L558
  • Mastering SID Code (upper section of silver ring): IFPI L557
  • Label Code: LC 00162
  • Rights Society: SACEM
  • Rights Society: BIEM

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CSH 55838 Bob Dylan Bob Dylan Revisited - The Reissue Series: You Could Never Improve The Music. But Wait Until You Hear The Sound ‎(SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel, Promo, RM, Smplr) Columbia, Legacy CSH 55838 US 2003
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