Ascolta Bob Dylan dare il benvenuto ai fan al primo programma radiofonico in 11 anni

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Bob Dylan dà il benvenuto ai fan al primo episodio della sua
“Theme Time Radio Hour” in 11 anni in una delle tre clip
esclusive dello show prima del ritorno di Dylan’s SiriusXM
lunedì. tre clip esclusive dello show prima del ritorno di Dylan’s SiriusXM lunedì.

“Ciao amici e bentornati a ‘Theme Time Radio Hour’. Sono il vostro ospite, Bob Dylan. Parafrasando Alexandre Dumas in Il conte di Montecristo, sono così felice di rivederti, mi fa dimenticare per il momento che tutta la felicità è fugace “, ha detto Dylan.

“Ora non ti tirerò troppo il cappotto per questo, perché ti dico quanto è bello farti il ​​solletico. Semplicemente non funziona. Devi solo assaggiarlo e parla da solo. Ma abbiamo tutti pensato che sarebbe stata una buona idea fare un episodio tutto sul whisky “, ha detto Dylan. “Non mancano le canzoni ed è stato divertente riunire la banda.”

Nel 1990 al Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium di Edmonton, in Canada, quando Dylan decise di eseguire dal vivo il brano “Nowhere Man” del 1965 dei Rubber Soul.

La traccia, scritta da Lennon, è nata dalla frustrazione mentre cercavo di completare il sesto album in studio della band: “Avevo passato cinque ore quella mattina cercando di scrivere una canzone che fosse significativa e buona, e alla fine mi arresi e mi sdraiai. “, Ha detto una volta Lennon in un’intervista a Playboy.

Aggiungendo: “Poi è arrivato ‘Nowhere Man’, parole e musica, tutto il dannato affare mentre mi sdraiavo.”

McCartney ha detto: “Quello era John dopo una serata fuori, con l’alba che si avvicinava. Penso che a quel punto si stesse un po ‘… chiedendo dove stesse andando, e ad essere sincero lo ero anch’io. Stavo iniziando a preoccuparmi per lui

“Now I’m not gonna pull your coat too much about it, ’cause me telling you how good it is is like tickling yourself. It just doesn’t work. You just have to taste it, and it speaks for itself. But we all thought it’d be a good idea to do an episode all about whiskey,” Dylan said. “There’s no shortage of songs and it’s been fun to get the gang back together.”

In 1990 at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, Canada, when Dylan decided to perform 1965 Rubber Soul track ‘Nowhere Man’ live.

The track, written by Lennon, was birthed out of frustration while trying to complete the band’s sixth studio album: “I’d spent five hours that morning trying to write a song that was meaningful and good, and I finally gave up and lay down,” Lennon once said in an interview with Playboy.

Adding: “Then ‘Nowhere Man’ came, words and music, the whole damn thing as I lay down.”

McCartney said: “That was John after a night out, with dawn coming up. I think at that point, he was a bit…wondering where he was going, and to be truthful so was I. I was starting to worry about him.”

30 ottobre 2019 – New York, NY- Columbia Records e Legacy Recordings, la divisione del catalogo di Sony Music Entertainment, pubblicherà Bob Dylan (con Johnny Cash) – Travelin ‘Thru, 1967 – 1969: The Bootleg Series Vol. 15 venerdì 1 novembre.

L’ultimo capitolo dell’acclamatissima serie Bob Dylan Bootleg della Columbia / Legacy rivisita i viaggi musicali chiave di Dylan a Nashville, dal 1967 al 1969, concentrandosi su registrazioni precedentemente non disponibili realizzate con Johnny Cash e brani inediti di John Wesley Harding, Nashville Skyline e Self Portrait sessioni.

 

Netflix pubblicherà, in data ancora da annunciarsi, un documentario sul tour denominato ‘Rolling Thunder Revue’

Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story’ di Martin Scorsese seguirà il tour del 1975-1976 che vide il cantautore del Minnesota riunire per l’occasione un gruppo di musicisti e non tra i quali si segnalavano Joan Baez, T-Bone Burnett, Mick Ronson, Roger McGuinn, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Bob Neuwirth, Allen Ginsberg. A salire sul carrozzone del tour anche Joni Mitchell e Ringo Starr.

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DISC 1

October 17, 1967
Columbia Studio A, Nashville, TN
John Wesley Harding sessions
01. Drifter’s Escape – Take 1 (Alternate Version)
02. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine – Take 2 (Alternate Version)

November 6, 1967
Columbia Studio A, Nashville, TN
John Wesley Harding sessions
03. All Along the Watchtower – Take 3 (Alternate Version)
04. John Wesley Harding – Take 1 (Alternate Version)
05. As I Went Out One Morning – Take 1 (Alternate Version)
06. I Pity the Poor Immigrant – Take 4 (Alternate Version)
07. I Am a Lonesome Hobo – Take 4 (Alternate Version)

Bob Dylan: vocals, guitar, harmonica
Charlie McCoy: bass
Kenneth Buttrey: drums

February 13, 1969
Columbia Studio A, Nashville, TN
Nashville Skyline sessions
08. I Threw It All Away – Take 1 (Alternate Version)
09. To Be Alone with You – Take 1 (Alternate Version)
10. Lay Lady Lay – Take 2 (Alternate Version)
11. One More Night – Take 2 (Alternate Version)
12. Western Road – Take 1 (Outtake)

February 14, 1969
Columbia Studio A, Nashville, TN
Nashville Skyline sessions
13. Peggy Day – Take 1 (Alternate Version)
14. Tell Me That It Isn’t True – Take 2 (Alternate Version)
15. Country Pie – Take 2 (Alternate Version)

Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica
Kelton D. Herston, Norman Blake, Charlie Daniels, Wayne Moss (10 & 12): guitars
Bob Wilson: piano, organ
Peter Drake: steel guitar (13-15)
Charlie McCoy: bass
Kenneth Buttrey: drums

DISC 2

February 17, 1969
Columbia Studio A, Nashville, TN
The Dylan-Cash Sessions
01. I Still Miss Someone – Take 5
02. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right/Understand Your Man – Rehearsal

February 18, 1969
Columbia Studio A, Nashville, TN
The Dylan-Cash Sessions
03. One Too Many Mornings – Take 3
04. Mountain Dew – Take 1
05. Mountain Dew – Take 2
06. I Still Miss Someone – Take 2
07. Careless Love – Take 1
08. Matchbox – Take 1
09. That’s All Right, Mama – Take 1
10. Mystery Train/This Train Is Bound for Glory – Take 1
11. Big River – Take 1
12. Girl from the North Country – Rehearsal
13. Girl from the North Country – Take 1
14. I Walk the Line – Take 2
15. Guess Things Happen That Way – Rehearsal
16. Guess Things Happen That Way – Take 3
17. Five Feet High and Rising – Take 1
18. You Are My Sunshine – Take 1
19. Ring of Fire – Take 1

DISC 3

February 18, 1969
Columbia Studio A, Nashville, TN
The Dylan-Cash Sessions
01. Studio Chatter
02. Wanted Man – Take 1
03. Amen – Rehearsal
04. Just a Closer Walk with Thee – Take 1
05. Jimmie Rodgers Medley No. 1 – Take 1
Based on Blue Yodel No. 1 (T for Texas), The Brakeman’s Blues (Yodeling the Blues Away), and Blue Yodel No. 5 (It’s Raining Here) written by Jimmie Rodgers
06. Jimmie Rodgers Medley No. 2 – Take 2
Based on Waiting for a Train, The Brakeman’s Blues (Yodeling the Blues Away), and Blue Yodel No. 1 (T For Texas) written by Jimmie Rodgers

Bob Dylan: vocals, guitar
Johnny Cash: vocals, guitar
Carl Perkins: guitar (08, 10, 02, 04-06)
Bob Wootton: guitar
Marshall Grant: bass
W.S. Holland: drums

May 1, 1969
Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN
Live on The Johnny Cash Show
Originally broadcast on ABC-TV, June 7, 1969
07. I Threw It All Away
08. Living the Blues
09. Girl from the North Country

Bob Dylan: vocals, guitar
Johnny Cash: vocals, guitar (09)
Norman Blake and Charlie Daniels: guitars
Peter Drake: steel guitar
Bob Wilson: piano
Charlie McCoy: bass
Kenneth Buttrey: drums

May 3, 1969
Columbia Studio A, Nashville, TN
Self Portrait sessions
10. Ring of Fire (Outtake)
11. Folsom Prison Blues (Outtake)

Bob Dylan: vocals, guitar
Fred F. Carter, Norman Blake: guitars
Charlie Daniels: guitar (11), bass (10)
Bob Wilson: piano
Peter Drake: steel guitar
Charlie McCoy: harmonica (10), bass (11)
Kenneth Buttrey: drums
Delores Edgin and Dottie Dillard: background vocals

May 17, 1970
The Home of Thomas B. Allen, Carmel, New York
With Earl Scruggs
12. Earl Scruggs Interview
13. East Virginia Blues
14. To Be Alone with You
15. Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance
16. Nashville Skyline Rag

Bob Dylan: vocals, guitar
Earl Scruggs: banjo
Randy Scruggs: acoustic guitar
Gary Scruggs: electric bass

 

 

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