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Bob Dylan & The Band - The Basement Tapes Album

Bob Dylan & The Band - The Basement Tapes Album
Title:
The Basement Tapes
Performer:
Bob Dylan & The Band
Style:
Folk Rock, Country Rock, Classic Rock
Released:
Jun 1975
Catalog:
WCGT 33682
Country:
Canada
MP3 album size:
1169 mb
FLAC album size:
1130 mb
Genre:
Label:
Columbia

Tracklist


1Ain't No More Cane
Arranged By – The BandWritten-By – Traditional
3:57
2Long Distance Operator3:38
3Odds And Ends1:43
4Don't Ya Tell Henry3:12
5Katie's Been Gone
Written-By – R. Manuel, J.R. Robertson
2:49
6Apple Suckling Tree2:47
7Tiny Montgomery2:51
8Ruben Remus
Written-By – R. Manuel, J.R. Robertson
3:11
9Lo And Behold!2:43
10Open The Door, Homer2:47
11Nothing Was Delivered4:22
12Goin' To Acapulco5:25
13You Ain't Goin' Nowhere2:39
14Bessie Smith
Written-By – R. Danko, J.R. Robertson
4:17
15Crash On The Levee (Down In The Flood)2:06
16Please, Mrs. Henry2:31
17Clothes Line Saga2:56
18This Wheel's On Fire
Written-By – B. Dylan, R. Danko
3:55
19Yazoo Street Scandal
Written-By – J.R. Robertson
3:26
20Too Much Of Nothing3:00
21Orange Juice Blues (Blues For Breakfast)
Written-By – R. Manuel
3:40
22Yea! Heavy And A Bottle Of Bread2:14
23Tears Of Rage
Written-By – B. Dylan, R. Manuel
4:17
24Million Dollar Bash2:30


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
C2 33682Bob Dylan & The Band Bob Dylan & The Band - The Basement Tapes ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat)ColumbiaC2 33682US1975
2SBP 474334Bob Dylan & The Band Bob Dylan & The Band - The Basement Tapes ‎(2xLP, Album)CBS2SBP 474334New Zealand1975
CBS 88147Bob Dylan & The Band Bob Dylan & The Band - The Basement Tapes ‎(2xLP, Album)CBSCBS 88147Europe1975
C2 33682Bob Dylan & The Band Bob Dylan & The Band - The Basement Tapes ‎(2xLP, Album, Ter)ColumbiaC2 33682US1975
S-118BBob Dylan & The Band Bob Dylan & The Band - The Basement Tapes ‎(Cass, Album)Foot PrintS-118BSaudi ArabiaUnknown


Album


Following a July 1966 motorcycle accident, Dylan retreated to his home in Woodstock, N. The Band & Bob Dylan. The party line on The Basement Tapes is that it is Americana, as Dylan and the Band pick up the weirdness inherent in old folk, country, and blues tunes, but it transcends mere historical arcana through its lively, humorous, full-bodied performances. As many bootlegs most notably the complete five-disc series reveal, this isn't entirely true and the Band were nowhere near as active as Dylan, but that ultimately is a bit like nitpicking, since the music here including the Band's is astonishingly good. The Bob Dylan song Odds and Ends from the album, The Basement Tapes, performed by the Basement Tapes Band from Austin, Texas. The Basement Tapes are a bit like the phantom 1956 session that brought Elvis, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash together for the first and last time. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Bob Dylan & The Basement Tapes Bob Dylan & The Band Released 07011975. Two-thirds of the album's 24 tracks feature Dylan on lead vocals backed by the Band, and were recorded in 1967, eight years before the album's release, in the lapse between the recording and subsequent release of Blonde on Blonde and John Wesley Harding, during sessions that began at Dylan's house in Woodstock, New York, then moved. Album 1975 24 Songs. Bob Dylan - Million dollar bash. Bob Dylan & The Band's Basement Tapes Influences. It's a tune that could well describe the music now collected here. The party line on . Dylan never sounded as loose, nor was he ever as funny as he is here, and this positively revels in its weird, wild character. The record had been written about, dissected, discussed and heralded as a masterpiece before Dylan's record company finally decided to put out some of the songs that were recorded by the singer and his onetime backing band eight years earlier. The Basement Tapes is an album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan and the Band. Two-thirds of the album's 24 tracks feature Dylan on lead vocals backed by the Band, and were recorded in 1967, eight years before the album's release, in the lapse between the recording and subsequent release of Blonde on Blonde and John Wesley Harding, during sessions that began at Dylan's house in Woodstock, New York, then moved. As Dylan and The Band trade vocals across these discs, as they trade nuances and phrases within the songs, you can feel the warmth and the comradeship that must have been liberating for all six men. Some years back, The Band cut a song called The Rumor. The Bob Dylan song Odds and Ends from the album, The Basement Tapes, performed by the Basement Tapes Band from Austin, in album Bob Dylan - The Basement Tapes 1975. Bob Dylan - Odds and ends. By the time Bob Dylan and the Band 's The Basement Tapes came out on June 26, 1975, it was the most famous album never released. Bob Dylan & The Band's Basement Tapes Influences. In spite of the bootlegs and cover versions, The Basement Tapes have always been more of a rumor than anything else. Songs in album Bob Dylan - The Basement Tapes 1975. this set captures Dylan and The Band woodshedding, bouncing ideas off the walls and each other. It was also one of the most frequently bootlegged. It's a tune that could well describe the music now collected here. The official release of The Basement Tapes - which were first heard on a 1968 bootleg called The Great White Wonder - plays with history somewhat, as Robbie Robertson overemphasizes the Band's status in the sessions, making them out to be equally active to Dylan, adding in demos not cut at the sessions and overdubbing their recordings to flesh them out. Steeped in traditional American roots music, these 24 tracks have the feel of a laid-back song swap. The record had been written about, dissected, discussed and heralded as a masterpiece before Dylan's record company finally decided to put out some of the songs that were recorded by the singer and his onetime backing band eight years earlier. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Orange Juice official release of The Basement Tapes - which were first heard on a 1968 bootleg called The Great White Wonder - plays with history somewhat, as Robbie Robertson overemphasizes the Band's status in the sessions, making them out to be equally active to Dylan, adding in demos not cut at the sessions and overdubbing their recordings to flesh them out. It was released on June 26, 1975, by Columbia Records and is Dylan's 16th studio album. He pretty much disappeared from public during this period, but. Bob Dylan - Yazoo street scandal. By the time Bob Dylan and the Band 's The Basement Tapes came out on June 26, 1975, it was the most famous album never released. Recorded in the summer of 1967 at the Big Pink house near Woodstock, N. It was released on June 26, 1975, by Columbia Records and is Dylan's 16th studio album. to recover. Bob Dylan - Orange juice blues blues for breakfast. As many bootlegs most notably the complete five-disc series reveal, this isn't entirely true and the Band were nowhere near as active as Dylan, but that ultimately is a bit like nitpicking, since the music here including the Band's is astonishingly good