Various - Drifter's Escape (The Music That Inspired Bob Dylan's John Wesley Harding And Nashville Skyline) mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Rock / Folk music|
|Title:||Drifter's Escape (The Music That Inspired Bob Dylan's John Wesley Harding And Nashville Skyline)|
|Style:||Country, Bluegrass, Rock & Roll|
|Date of release:||2008|
|MP3 album size:||1719 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1661 mb|
|Digital formats:||ASF MIDI AU WAV MP2 VQF APE|
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Nashville Skyline is the ninth studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on April 9, 1969, by Columbia Records as LP record, reel to reel tape and audio cassette. Building on the rustic style he experimented with on John Wesley Harding, Nashville Skyline displayed a complete immersion into country music
John Wesley Harding is the eighth studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on December 27, 1967 by Columbia Records. Produced by Bob Johnston, the album marked Dylan's return to acoustic music and traditional roots, after three albums of electric rock music. I didn't intentionally come out with some kind of mellow sound," Dylan said in 1971. I would have like. ore steel guitar, more piano. More musi. didn't sit down and plan that sound. The first session, held on October 17 at Columbia's Studio A, lasted only three hours, with Dylan recording master takes of "I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine", "Drifter's Escape", and "The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest".
Written by: Bob Dylan. Oh, help me in my weakness I heard the drifter say As they carried him from the courtroom And were taking him away My trip hasn’t been a pleasant one And my time it isn’t long And I still do not know What it was that I’ve done wrong. Well, the judge, he cast his robe aside A tear came to his eye You fail to understand, he said Why must you even try? Outside, the crowd was stirring You could hear it from the door Inside, the judge was stepping down While the jury cried for more
Bob Dylan returned from exile with John Wesley Harding, a quiet, country-tinged album that split dramatically from his previous three. A calm, reflective album, John Wesley Harding strips away all of the wilder tendencies of Dylan's rock albums - even the then-unreleased Basement Tapes he made the previous year - but it isn't a return to his folk roots. If anything, the album is his first serious foray into country, but only a handful of songs, such as "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight," are straight country songs.
Bob Dylan's 'Blonde on Blonde' Album to Be Feted at Nashville Event. He’d been flirting with country music for a few years, but this is the album where Dylan fully embraced the influence of Hank Williams, Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis Presley. The sound was Nashville, and I was so glad, says Charlie McCoy, who played bass on the album. He and drummer Kenny Buttrey were joined by other top Music City session players, including guitarist Charlie Daniels and pedal steel master Pete Drake, for a colorful full-band sound. We just take a song, Dylan said of the laid-back sessions
When John Wesley Harding was released I must admit I was disappointed with it. A lot of the songs sounded, well (dare I say it?) unexciting. But three songs stood out: I’ll be your baby tonight, All along the watchtower, and above all, Drifter’s Escape, recorded on October 17, 1967. The music of Drifter’s Escape is so simple. Just two rotating chords and two short lines of melody, alternating. The world is just going round and round and round – and that is the triumph of the music, that never varying pair of lines and rotating bass. The music rotates as the drifter’s world rotates.
Album John Wesley Harding. Drifter’s Escape Lyrics. Well, the judge, he cast his robe aside A tear came to his eye You fail to understand, he said Why must you even try? Outside, the crowd was stirring You could hear it from the door Inside, the judge was stepping down While the jury cried for more.
Bob Dylan's eighth album, John Wesley Harding, still comes as a bit of a surprise nearly 40 years after its release. Its oddity begins with its cover: a black and white photograph in which Bob barely stands out, placed on a beige background. If you look a little closer, you see that Dylan is actually smiling; shocking, as the last few Dylan albums had featured a prominent sneer. And then you listen to the music, and things become stranger still. After Blonde and Blonde, his most varied (some would say chaotic) album, comes this simple, subdued country-folk record
|–Hank Williams||I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive||2:27|
|–Johnny Cash||Train Of Love||2:22|
|–The Carter Family||John Hardy Was A Desperate Little Man||2:55|
|–Jerry Lee Lewis||Deep Elem Blues||2:46|
|–Elvis Presley||Blue Moon||2:33|
|–Clarence 'Tom' Ashley*||The Coo Coo Bird||2:57|
|–Bill Monroe||Blue Moon Of Kentucky||2:02|
|–Woody Guthrie||Pretty Boy Floyd||3:10|
|–The Delmore Brothers||I'm Lonesome Without You||2:40|
|–Richard 'Rabbit' Brown*||James Alley Blues||3:07|
|–Hank Thompson||The Wild Side Of Life||2:44|
|–The Louvin Brothers||When I Stop Dreaming||2:30|
|–Lefty Frizzell||Lost Love Blues||2:25|
|–Woody Guthrie||I Ain't Got No Home In This World Anymore||2:46|
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