Bob Dylan - New Morning/Hard Rain FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Folk and World music
Title: New Morning/Hard Rain
FLAC version ZIP size: 1747 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1474 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1975 mb
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Hard Rain is a live album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on September 13, 1976 by Columbia Records. The album was recorded during the second leg of the Rolling Thunder Revue. The album was partly recorded on May 23, 1976, during a concert at Hughes Stadium in Fort Collins, Colorado; the penultimate show of the tour, the concert was also filmed and later broadcast by NBC as a one-hour television special in September. Hard Rain's release coincided with this broadcast).
Words By, Music By – Bob Dylan. A2. One Too Many Mornings. Words By, Music By – Bob Dylan. A3. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again. Words By – Jacques LevyWords By, Music By – Bob Dylan. A5. Lay, Lady, Lay. B1. Shelter From The Storm. B2. You're A Big Girl Now. B3. I Threw It All Away.
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For many fans, Hard Rain went in the bottom of the Dylan barrel (right next to Self Portrait) – an album better ignored than explored. Sometimes, over the years, perceptions can shift. These performances, no doubt, feature blistered edges, which might lure in as many listeners as it pushes away. Decades later, there are apparently enough fans who fall into the former category, because rumors persist of an official release of the Hard Rain TV special as well as a documentary about the tour.
New Morning expands on the laid-back country-rock of John Wesley Harding and Nashville Skyline by adding a more pronounced rock & roll edge.
Hard Rain, Robert Christgau criticized the Rolling Thunder Revue as "folkies whose idea of rock and roll is rock and roll clichés". A representation of the earlier 1975 portion of the Rolling Thunder Revue was released in 2002 on The Bootleg Series Vol 5: Bob Dylan Live 1975, The Rolling Thunder Revue. In August 2010, a source close to Dylan told Rolling Stone that.
Bob Dylan - The Bootleg Series Vol. 5: Bob Dylan Live 1975, The Rolling Thunder Revue - Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again - Rolling Thunder Revue - One Too Many Mornings - Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium - Shelter from the Storm - Lay Lady Lay - Idiot Wind - I Threw It All Away - You're a Big Girl Now - Don DeVito - Desire (Bob Dylan album) - Scarlet Rivera - Howard Wyeth - Mick Ronson - Masterpieces (Bob Dylan album) - Columbia Records - Fort Collins, Colorado - NBC - Fort Worth, Texas - Tim Riley (music critic) - Rolling Stone - Robert Christgau - TV Guide. Until the release of this album, the only official live documentation of the Rolling Thunder Revue was Hard Rain, recorded during the (less critically well received) second leg of the tour. Desire (Bob Dylan album) Hard Rain (Bob Dylan album) Bob Dylan Rolling Thunder Revue Ronee Blakley.
The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan album, released in May 1963, included A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall. com, noted that the song’s series of mostly disturbing apocalyptic visions were like something out of Dante’s Inferno. A portion of the page of Bob Dylan’s handwritten lyrics for the song A Hard Rain’s A Gonna Fall, that reportedly sold at auction in August 2009 for 51,363.
Put simply, New Morning is a superb album. It is everything that every Dylan fan prayed for after Self Portrait. The portrait on the cover peers out boldly, just daring you to find fault with it, and I must admit that if there is a major fault on the album, I haven’t found it. Nor do I care to. This one comes easy, and that’s what it’s all about, isn’t it? A newly re-discovered self-reliance is evident from the first measure to the last fadeout, the same kind of self-reliance that shocked the old-timers when this kid dared to say Hey-hey Woody Guthrie, I wrote you a song.
|1-1||If Not for You||2:39|
|1-2||Day of the Locusts||3:58|
|1-3||Time Passes Slowly||2:35|
|1-4||Went to See the Gypsy||2:47|
|1-6||If Dogs Run Free||3:37|
|1-8||Sign on the Window||3:45|
|1-9||One More Weekend||3:08|
|1-10||The Man in Me||3:05|
|1-12||Father of Night||1:28|
|2-2||One Too Many Mornings||3:47|
|2-3||Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again||6:01|
|2-5||Lay, Lady, Lay||4:47|
|2-6||Shelter from the Storm||5:29|
|2-7||You're a Big Girl Now||7:01|
|2-8||I Threw It All Away||3:18|
- Licensed To – Ediciones Primera Plana, S.A. – 00012
NotesIncludes "Crónicas, Volumen I ", Spanish translation for "Chronicles, Vol. I"
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- Barcode: 842056520389000012