Bob Dylan - Triple Night (In Far East) mp3 album
Triplicate is the 38th studio album by Bob Dylan, released by Columbia Records on March 31, 2017. Like Dylan's previous two studio albums, Triplicate features covers of classic American songs recorded live with his touring band and without the use of overdubs. The album is Dylan's first three-disc album, featuring thirty songs across its three discs, each individually titled and presented in a d 10-song sequence.
In 1975, Bob Dylan released his fifteenth studio album, Blood on the Tracks. Watch Bob Dylan live through the years. Watch Bob Dylan's official music videos. Starting out as a chronicler of social issues in the 1960s, Dylan has had true staying power with thirty-two studio albums released in 53 years â? the most recent of which is 2015's critically acclaimed Shadows in the Night. Tangled Up In Blue (Album Version).
Bob Dylan once introduced this album's opening song, "Tangled Up in Blue," onstage as taking him 10 years to live and two years to write. It was, for him, a pointed reference to the personal crisis – the collapse of his marriage to Sara Lowndes – that at least partly inspired this album, Dylan's best of the 1970s. He was so proud of them that he privately auditioned almost all of the album, from start to finish, for pals and peers including Mike Bloomfield, David Crosby and Graham Nash before cutting them in September – in just a week, with members of the bluegrass band Deliverance. The final Blood was a mix of the slow, pensive New York sessions and the faster, wilder Minneapolis dates.
Bob Dylan‘s upcoming covers disc Shadows In The Night is officially slated for a 2015 release, according to an ad inserted into advance copies of Dylan’s new The Basement Tapes Complete box set. News of the LP first came in May when Dylan posted a cover of Frank Sinatra’s 1945 hit Full Moon and Empty Arms. The track is definitely from a forthcoming album due later on this year, a spokesperson for Dylan told Rolling Stone at the time – though the timeline has obviously shifted since then
4. It's about time Bob Dylan sings the standards. As an aging rock legend, he's entitled to one holiday record and a crack or two at the Great American Songbook; with 2009's Christmas From the Heart, a surprising continuation of his late-career hot streak, he checked the former box. On Shadows in the Night, the follow-up to 2012's excellent Tempest, the master songwriter plays interpreter, tackling 10 sentimental ballads recorded by Frank Sinatra in the 1940s, '50s and '60s.
Bob Dylan first came East in February, 1961. His destination: the Greystone Hospital in New Jersey. His purpose: to visit the long-ailing Woody Guthrie, singer, ballad-maker and poet. Ending this album is the surging power and tragedy of Blind Lemon Jefferson's blues - "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean. The poignance and passion of this simple song reveals both the country blues tradition - and its newest voice, Bob Dylan - at their very finest.
This is not just by far the best Dylan album, but the greatest and most artistic album ever recorded. A truly a masterpiece of a genius. For me, also, the album that started my Dylan phase. My favourite Bob Dylan album. The most underrated of Dylan's albums. A work of dazzling emotional complexity. Always loved this one. I don't understand why it isn't more highly regarded. 14 The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: Bob Dylan Live 1966, the "Royal Albert Hall" Concert. Worth it for the magnificent lead up to Like A Rolling Stone. 29 Shadows in the Night. Not his best album by any stress, but a good half of the songs on Self Portrait are very good, which is more than what can be said about some of the albums of above - Hoobu Streetman.
Bob Dylan was awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature, so let's take a look at some of his best protest lyrics. Everything is corrupted in a commercialized state, and its people are doomed to fall puppet in its contradictions. The Man In The Long Black Coat. Preacher was a-talkin’, there’s a sermon he gave, He said every man’s conscience is vile and depraved, You cannot depend on it to be your guide, When it’s you who must keep it satisfied. We are often told to follow our gut, or to trust our instincts, but for Dylan, it’s far more complicated than that, for all things must be rationalized by our mind. In other words, you can’t control your life, and it’s going to suck sometimes
|2||You're A Big Girl Now|
|3||All Along The Watchtower|
|4||Just Like A Woman|
|5||Tangled Up In Blue|
|6||Knockin' On Heaven's Door|
|8||A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall|
|9||Don't Think Twice It's All Right|
|10||Series Of Dreams|
|2-1||I And I|
|2-3||What Good Am I|
|2-4||Blowin' In The Wind|
|2-5||Born In Time (*)|
|2-6||Gates Of Eden (*)|
|2-7||I'll Remember You (+)|
|2-8||The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll (+)|
|2-9||I Shall Be Released (+)|
NotesDouble Live CD (CD1 is Blue, CD2 is Yellow)
CDs show the title as 'His Great Triple Night'.
Reverse of the jewel-case shows 'Triple Night' with the added sub-title 'Triple Night In Far East'.
All tracks recorded Live at 'N.H.K. Hall' Tokyo 2/20
Tracks marked (*) Recorded Live at 'Budokan' Tokyo 2/08
Tracks marked (+) Recorded Live at 'Kouseinenkin Kaikan' 2/15
'You're A Big Girl Now' misprinted on reverse of jewel-case as 'You're Big Girl Now'