Blood on the Tracks is the 15th studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on January 20, 1975 by Columbia Records. The album marked Dylan's return to Columbia Records after a two-album stint with Asylum Records. Dylan commenced recording the album in New York City in September 1974. In December, shortly before Columbia was due to release the record, Dylan abruptly re-recorded much of the material in a studio in Minneapolis
Pete Hamill's liner notes on this album are perhaps some of the most insightful and poignant I have ever read! 답글 나에게 알림 Helpful. 리스 편집 All Versions of this Release 변경사항 검토. 컬렉션에 추가 희망 목록에 추가 희망 목록에서 제거. 마켓플레이스 0 판매 품목 12개 €1. 6부터.
Bob Dylan's Bootleg Series pretty much gave up on the casual fan about five years ago when it explored, in depth and on two CDs, the mostly maligned 1969-71 period that yielded Self Portrait, an album that proved the voice of a generation was fallible. Since then, the series has gone deep with six discs of The Basement Tapes, 18 CDs of the celebrated 1965-66 period and a nine-disc look at the born-again era that comes close to Self Portrait for its hatred among Dylanphiles.
Bob Dylan may be the Charlie Chaplin of rock & roll. Both men are regarded as geniuses by their entire audience. Both were proclaimed revolutionaries for their early work and subjected to exhaustive attack when later works were thought to be inferior. If in Dylan’s world of extremes there’s room for a middle ground, that’s where I place Blood on the Tracks. It’s his best album since Blonde on Blonde, but not nearly as good. If it contains nothing so bad as the second version of Forever Young, only Tangled Up in Blue comes even close to One of Us Must Know (Sooner or Later). To compare the new album to Blonde on Blonde at all is to imply that people will treasure it as deeply and for as long. But, for the moment, which is when this record was made for, I like everything about it; the good, the bad and the ugly.
Bob Dylan had crucial second thoughts just as he was about to release Blood on the Tracks, the indelible 1975 album filled with songs of separation, heartache, sorrow, rage and regret. Now it’s getting a revealing close-up. More Blood, More Tracks: The Bootleg Series Vol. 14, due Friday, unveils all of the initial sessions: the solo, duo and small-group versions of songs that Dylan replaced, for half of the album, with more extroverted full-band recordings. There are an exhaustive deluxe six-CD version with every surviving take and a one-CD compilation of alternate versions of the album’s.
Blood On The Tracks is Bob Dylan's 18th released album. Recorded in 1974 and released in 1975, Tracks is one of Dylan's most autobiographical albums. All the songs seem to revolve around Dylan's split up with his wife Sara Dylan. All of these songs show an appreciation for things once had. Dylan's voice may be considered "bad" but in this album, no other voice make as many emotions to look for beauty and hope in the pain and dissapoint. Thought one of Dylan's and anybodys greatest albums, Blood On The Tracks is a gem in Bob Dylan's career.
This item:Blood On The Tracks by Bob Dylan Audio CD £. 9. Bob used Eric Weissberg’s band, Deliverance, to rush through the recording process and have the album finished in one week. In typical Bob form he showed scant regard for polish, leaving the sounds of his buttons and nails rattling against the guitar strings on many tracks. Hastily assembling a cast of local musicians, Dylan re-recorded about half of the album and from these two halves this masterpiece was born.