Despite its amusing flakiness…
4 Apr 2012, 19:25 by ralfsuOne of Bob Dylan's most remarkable achievements as a poet and an extremely prolific recording musician, in addition to releasing albums of vast importance in terms of the development of popular music (such as "Highway 61 Revisited") has been reinventing himself and, regardless of whether he actually succeeds, trying out new things. In my journal entry regarding Dylan's 1978 album "Street-Legal" I pointed out that by the time Bob started working on "Empire Burlesque", he had managed to overcome a number of difficulties concerning both his personal life and beliefs, which allowed him the artistic freedom that's responsible for the wacky '80s pop sound of 1985's "Empire Burlesque" ("Clean Cut Kid", though, was originally recorded for "Infidels" and later returned to). It's a very peculiar and lacking record; the Dylan album "to dance to", if you will.
Despite its amusing flakiness…
22 Mar 2010, 06:03 by Waltz3My list excludes live, compilation and collaboration albums. Keep in mind, this is totally subjective so nobody is going to agree with me 100%. I actually enjoy every Bob Dylan album.
So, Bob Dylan's studio albums ranked according to personal preference:
01. Blood on the Tracks (1976)
Favorite Track: Simple Twist of Fate
02. The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan (1963)
Favorite Track: Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
03. Time Out of Mind (1997)
Favorite Track: Highlands
04. Highway 61 Revisited (1965)
Favorite Track: Ballad of a Thin Man
05. Oh Mercy (1989)
Favorite Track: Most of the Time
06. Blonde on Blonde (1966)
20 Jan 2009, 20:05 by grin_piSzuflowa wróżba cygańska
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Wykonany dnia 19.01.2008
01. Jak się dziś czujesz?
Ramones - Blitzkrieg Bop
Hey ho, let's go
Hey ho, let's go!
02. Czy zajdziesz daleko w życiu?
KNŻ - Tak Się Robi Historię
No dokładnie, Kierys za 40 lat będzie musiał o mnie nauczać : D
03. Jak widzą Cię przyjaciele?
Farben Lehre - Magness
Magnesssss! zobaczcie ---> http://kamil3762.wrzuta.pl/audio/65Os3PJA57/blade_loki-_jestem_jak_plus
04. Czy wyjdziesz za mąż?
Piersi - On nie jest cham
No tak ; p
05. Jaka piosenka może być motywem przewodnim Twojego najlepszego przyjaciela?
Star Wars - Darth Vader Techno
06. Jaka jest historia Twojego życia?
Siekiera - Rana kłuta
07. Jaka jest Twoja szkoła średnia?
KSU - Liban
Już się boję...
08. Jak możesz uczynić postępy w życiu?
Suicidal Tendencies - No Fuckin' Problem
09. Jaka jest najlepsza cecha Twoich przyjaciół?
Deep Purple - Smoke on the Water
15 Nov 2008, 00:03 by progjunkyi think i'd have to say either Brownsville Girl or It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) or Desolation Row is dylan's best song and Like a Rolling Stone from the famous '66 machester free trade hall his best performance, but there's something special about Bob Dylan's late '95 duets with Patti Smith on his haunting masterpiece Dark Eyes. there are precisely four elements to the performance, and no excess: 1) dylan's delicate, graceful, exquisite guitarwork--although we've gotten glimpses his skill at the instrument throughout his recorded catalog (esp. on the Freewheelin' Bob Dylan and World Gone Wrong) it is very seldom demonstrated live; 2) patti smith's clear, vibrant and genuine singing, in a slightly quavering voice that fit the fragility and vulnerability of dylan's brilliant lyrics; 3) dylan's subtle, sublime harmony; and, finally, 4) bucky baxter's monophonic steel guitar line, the perfect touch to end each inspired verse.
6 Jul 2008, 06:48 by BlackCoffeeDuckIt was 1998 at Glastonbury Festival on June 28th, both Nick Cave and Bob Dylan were playing at England’s number 1 Mud fest. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds just released The Best of but in 1997 both artists released what most consider as their classic albums, Dylan with Time Out of Mind and Cave with The Boatman’s Call.
Nick Cave wrote about this a few years later in MOJO magazine. In 2001 both artists released their next albums. Dylan with Love and Theft and Cave with No More Shall We Part, it was around this time Cave talked about this for the first time. Cave described the meeting like this: ‘It was raining heavily and I was standing in the doorway of my Trailer in the band enclosure, watching the water rise quicker and quicker, so that now it was running into my trailer. There was a crack of thunder, I looked up and saw a man in a hooded windcheater rowing a tiny boat across the enclosure toward me. The water is now up to my knees. The man pull the boat in and extends a hand that has a long thumbnail. …
5 Oct 2007, 17:37 by koemerhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZGseissqX8
All Along the Watchtower - Eddie Vedder and The Million Dollar Bashers
As I Went out One Morning - Mira Billotte
Ballad of a Thin Man - Stephen Malkmus and The Million Dollar Bashers
Billy 1 - Los Lobos
Can You Please Crawl out Your Window? - The Hold Steady
Can't Leave Her Behind - Stephen Malkmus and Lee Ranaldo
Cold Irons Bound - Tom Verlaine and The Million Dollar Bashers
Dark Eyes - Iron & Wine and Calexico
Fourth Time Around - Yo La Tengo
Goin' to Acapulco - Jim James and Calexico
Highway 61 Revisited - Karen O and The Million Dollar Bashers
I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine - John Doe
I Wanna Be Your Lover - Yo La Tengo
I'm Not There - Bob Dylan
I'm Not There - Sonic Youth
Just Like a Woman - Charlotte Gainsbourg and Calexico
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues - Ramblin' Jack Elliot
Knockin' on Heaven's Door - Antony & the Johnsons
The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll - Mason Jennings