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Bob Dylan - Love And Theft FLAC album

Performer: Bob Dylan
Genre: Rock
Title: Love And Theft
Released: 2001
Style: Folk Rock, Blues Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1485 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1487 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1340 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 231

Love And Theft" (generally referred to as Love and Theft) is the 31st studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on September 11, 2001, by Columbia Records. It featured backing by his touring band of the time, with keyboardist Augie Meyers added for the sessions. It peaked at on the Billboard 200, and has been certified Gold by the RIAA.

Love And Theft (2001). Love and Theft" songbook.

Love and Theft" is old and it's brand-new at the same time. It's old in the sense that it melds folk, jazz, blues, rock and bluegrass, but it mixes those genres in entirely new and fascinating ways. But a Bob Dylan song is a genre of its own. Some songs on this album count among his best ever, although none would be as magical without his unmistakeable voice, which with each record sounds more and more like Tom Waits, Louis Armstrong, or other smoky, raspy crooners. Once you experience what Bob Dylan has been doing in recent years, it is difficult to return to his old classics in their original form.

Hybrid Super Audio CD with two distinct layers. One layer contains a newly remastered stereo mix that plays on CD-compatible players. The other layer contains a high-resolution Super Audio CD (SACD) Stereo version and an SACD . Surround Sound version that plays on SACD players. Both layers have been remastered from the original tapes.

Tracklistings come from MusicBrainz. Find out more about our use of this data, and also our policy on profanity. A new Dylan release is, even today, bound to fuel a little controversy. In 1997 after a seven-year bout of writer's block he finally delivered what the fans were waiting for - a solid gold masterpiece: Time Out Of Mind. Gone is the swampy ambience of the last album's Daniel Lanois production, and what we get instead is a band that rocks and swings with verve, swagger and Nashville clarity.

Bob Dylan’s renewed creative roll that kickstarted on 1997’s Time Out of Mind continues through this 2001 album. With a warm sense of nostalgia he celebrates various forms of American music: There’s rockabilly (the romping Summer Days ), Appalachian styles (the apocalyptic High Water (For Charley Patton) ), electric blues (the searing Cry a While ), folk-rock (the beautiful, jangly Mississippi ) and even Bing Crosby-styled pop ( Moonlight ). Bob Dylan’s renewed creative roll that kickstarted on 1997’s Time Out of Mind continues through this 2001 album

Bob Dylan: vocals, guitar, piano. Augie Meyers: accordion, Hammond B3 organ, Vox organ.

Summary: Picking up where 1997's resurgent 'Time Out of Mind' left off, 'Love And Theft' finds the 60-year-old Dylan self-producing the album's 12 tracks. Record Label: Sony/Columbia. New York Magazine (Vulture). 90. "Love and Theft" showcases the gloriously sloppy spontaneity he's displayed onstage but only rarely captured on record.