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 Post subject: Re: Dylan
PostPosted: Tue June 09, 2020 7:22 pm 
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I've never heard "Side Tracks" and am so thankful you put it up LetMeSleep! I love Bob Dylan.

Upon listening to Side Tracks, Up to Me really stood out in a way that it never had before. If you HAD to put it on BOTT, where would you sequence it?


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Hatfield wrote:
I've never heard "Side Tracks" and am so thankful you put it up LetMeSleep! I love Bob Dylan.

Upon listening to Side Tracks, Up to Me really stood out in a way that it never had before. If you HAD to put it on BOTT, where would you sequence it?


"Side Tracks" is really just the "unreleased" stuff that appeared on "Biograph" with some other scattered rarities thrown in. I guess it's sort of a pre-quel to the Bootleg Series.


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The brand new NYT interview is FANTASTIC

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super nintendo chalmers wrote:
The brand new NYT interview is FANTASTIC

yep, good stuff...


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Well, it's out there and it's unbelievable. I don't understand how he does it :hooray:


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I can't wait...


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I saw some reviews and i can’t wait. What a day tomorrow will be.


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan
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Holy shit...KEY WEST

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Holy shit...KEY WEST

Ooooh yea reads real nice


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In the midst now. So far this is incredible.


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This album is strong and ends so damn well.


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This is pretty spotless. Having recently gone through the journey through his albums, this certainly fits with the direction he has gone in. It’s so good and to me belongs in the discussion with Time Out of Mind and Love and Theft.

The only song I can say I did not connect with so far is Mother of Muses but mostly because it blended in. The rest is simply perfection. Love it opening with I Contain Multitudes, False Prophet and My Own Version of You so good, Black Rider, Goodbye Jimmy Reed, and Crossong the Rubicon are amazing...Key West awesome. I have to listen to Murder Most Foul again in context but this is master work people.


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After one listen I love his voice and the mood on these songs. I might be grading on a curve, but how can be still be putting out quality material in the 7th decade of his career??

I Contain Multitudes, False Prophet, Key West, A Murder Most Foul stand out. (Of course we already heard two of those so that might be why.)

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Goodbye Jimmy Reed is fire


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I listened to Key West and the first track and they sounded good yeah. Switched to Time Out of Mind for now.

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For me, just having blown through the albums recently, this will probably crack my top 10. I really love it.


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My CD is en route, I'm going to hold off until I can listen in my preferred format :)

Glad the reviews are so positive :thumbsup:


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This is remarkable work and I can't even begin to explain how I'm feeling about it. The good folks over on the Expecting Rain forum are discussing it much more eloquently than I ever could, but this record feels like a culmination. As though the road was always leading to this record.

Also, those American Standards albums feel so much more necessary now in hindsight. That venture has paid off massively.


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I haven't paid much attention to new Dylan albums since Modern Times but I'm excited to give this one a listen today.


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 Post subject: Re: Dylan
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I've listened to rough and rowdy ways probably 4 times now. The standards albums have got Dylan's voice cleaned up and his delivery on this one is a little more modeled after those albums. I think I prefer the gruffness and edge behind tempest and modern times. No doubt this is a good record. My early favorites are my own version of you, I've made up my mind to give myself to you and crossing the Rubicon. All of the songs are good. Black rider has a particularly interesting verse.


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