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Blues is a single-disc compilation album by Bob Dylan, released on June 27, 2006 and distributed exclusively by Barnes & Noble. It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry" (from The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3). Down in the Flood" (from Greatest Hits Vol. II). "Meet Me in the Morning". Gotta Serve Somebody".

Bob Dylan is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on March 19, 1962 by Columbia Records. Produced by Columbia's legendary talent scout John H. Hammond, who signed Dylan to the label, the album features folk standards, plus two original compositions, "Talkin' New York" and "Song to Woody".

It should be pointed out that many nursery rhymes were originally broadsides, sung or shouted in the streets and about topical issues, often mocking royalty. At roughly the same time, Dylan was also recording the second Traveling Wilburys album and touring. Following those two albums, Dylan concentrated on touring and it would seven long years before there was a new album of original Bob Dylan songs and two years, before there was another Bob Dylan album. It was Dylan alone doing old ballads, and blues, a pop song, and closing with the children's song, "Froggie Went A Courtin'. The production was minimal, the playing and singing, often rough. A little less than a year later, a similar album World Gone Wrong, was released. In the early winter of '97, word leaked out that Bob Dylan was recording a new album in Miami with Daniel Lanois returning as producer. There was very little info about it.

Blues Ballads & Broadsides.

Photos: Bob Dylan Hanging With Joan Baez, Allen Ginsberg and More. On a purely technical level, "It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)" is dazzling, with an incredibly complicated rhyme scheme and a melody that barrels along on two notes until the flourish at the end of each verse. The lyrics incorporate nods to Arthur Koestler (author of Darkness at Noon), the Book of Ecclesiastes and even Dylan's beloved Elvis Presley (the title is just a hair shy of Presley's line "That's all right, now, Mama"). The threat of nuclear war was in the air at the time, as other songs from the Freewheelin' sessions - including "Talkin' World War III Blues" and the rant "Let Me Die in My Footsteps" - make clear. But this rain was abstract rather than literal. It's not the fallout rain," Dylan said.

First and foremost, Bob Dylan is a wordsmith (On October 13, it was announced that Dylan had won the Nobel Prize for Literature). It’s been there all along, for anyone who cared to notice. On the 50th anniversary of John Wesley Harding, an album that signaled the beginning of a seven-year period in which Dylan would record The Basement Tapes and release a half-dozen largely acoustic albums, AG decided to showcase his acoustic side. Of course, Dylan has expressed his acoustic side throughout his nearly seven-decade-long career.

And as Dylan himself said in 1966, I’ve stopped composing and singing anything that has either a reason to be written or a motive to be sun. My older songs, to say the least, were about nothing, The newer ones are about the same nothing – only as seen inside a bigger thing, perhaps called Nowhere. Here’s the extraordinary acoustic version with a different melody. If you don’t know it, do prepare to be surprised. Which seems to put us pretty much in our place. And we may note, Bob liked it, playing it 169 in concert in the 41 years after its birth. Why tells Bob how does it feel to have trouble with the tombstone blues? I think because he was walking down the line through the streets and came in the kitchen home alone and saw the historical reality of the collection of people who bring mortal fear in the human nature of the desolation row of mankind.

Bob Dylan is heavily influenced by blues in many of its shapes, jazz blues, country blues, folk blues, gospel blues, swing blues and more. All these forms of music are what we often call roots oriented music and stems from old music traditions. Dylan has played blues and blues influenced songs all through his career. The songs I’ve picked are not necessary pure blues, but I believe all of them touches the blues or are strongly influenced by it. There are many more I could have picked, but I like this collection. It is a good playlist for those blue and rainy Western-Norway days


Cynthia Gooding´s Apartment Late March (Longer Version With Improved Sound)
1-1 Ballad Of Donold White
1-2 Wichita (Going To Louisiana)
1-3 Acne (Doo Wha)
1-4 Rocks And Gravel (Make A Solid Rock)
1-5 (It Makes) A Long Time Man Feel Bad
1-6 Rangers Command
Gerdes Folk City N.Y. Early April 1962
1-7 Honey Just Allow Me One More Chance
1-8 Talking New York (Alternate Lyrics)
1-9 Corrina Corrina
1-10 Deep Ellam Blues
1-11 Blowin´ In The Wind
Columbia Studios N.Y. 24 April 1962
1-12 Going To New Orleans
1-13 Sally Gal (Different Take To Released Version)
1-14 Baby Please Don´t Go
1-15 Milk Cow Blues (Take 3)
1-16 Wichita Blues (Take 1)
1-17 Milk Cow Blues (Take 4)
1-18 Wichita Blues (Take 2)
Columbia Studios N.Y. 25 April 1962
2-1 Let Me Die In My Footsteps (Unedited Version, Contains Extra Verse)
Broadside Radio Show Recorded May (Never Aired) 1962
2-2 Conversation
2-3 Ballad Of Donold White
2-4 Conversation
2-5 Death Of Emmett Till
2-6 Conversation
2-7 Blowin´ In The Wind
Finjan Club, Montreal, Canada 2 July 1962
2-8 Death Of Emmett Till
2-9 Stealin´
2-10 Interlude 1
2-11 Hiram Hubbard
2-12 Interlude 2
2-13 Blowin´ In The Wind
2-14 Interlude 3
2-15 Rocks And Gravel (Make A Solid Rock)
2-16 Interlude 4
2-17 Quit Your Lowdown Ways
2-18 Interlude 5
2-19 He Was A Friend Of Mine
2-20 Interlude 6
2-21 Let Me Die In My Footsteps
2-22 Interlude 7
2-23 Still A Fool (Aka Two Trains Running)
2-24 Interlude 8
2-25 Ramblin´ On My Mind
2-26 Mulleskinner Blues (Blues Yodel No. 8)
Columbia Studio 9 July 1962
3-1 Babe I´m In The Mood (Different Take To Released Version)
Sing out´s Hootenanny, Carnegie Hall, N.Y. 22 September 1962
3-2 Sally Gal
3-3 Highway 51
3-4 Intro To Talkin´ John Birch Society Blues
3-5 Talkin´ John Birch Society Blues
3-6 Ballad Of Hollis Brown
3-7 A Hard Rain´s A-Gonna Fall
Home Of Eve & "Mac" McKenzie N.Y. 6 October 1962
3-8 Anything Special You Want To Hear
3-9 See That My Grave Is Kept Clean
3-10 Interlude 1
3-11 Ballad Of Donold White
3-12 Interlude 2
3-13 A Hard Rain´s A-Gonna Fall
3-14 Bob Dylan´s Highway Blues No. 8 (Adapted From James Alley Blues)
3-15 Interlude 3
3-16 Long Time Coming (Long Time Gone)
3-17 Interlude 4
3-18 Only A Hobo
3-19 I Rode Out One Morning
3-20 Guitar Instrumental (Not Suze Or The Cough Song)
3-21 Interlude 5
3-22 New York City Skyline Rag
3-23 Interlude 6
3-24 House Of The Rising Sun (Different Lyrics)
3-25 Various Guitar Riffs And Blues Runs
3-26 Cocaine (Instrumental)
Gaslight Café, Greenwich Village, N.Y. October 1962
4-01 Barbara Allan
4-2 A Hard Rain´s A-Gonna Fall
4-3 Dont Think Twice, It´s Alright
4-4 Black Cross (Hezikiah Jones)
4-5 No More Auction Block
4-6 Rocks And Grave (Make A Solid Rock)
4-7 Moonshiner
4-8 John Brown
4-9 Ballad Of Hollis Brown
4-10 See That My Grave Is Kept Clean
4-11 Cocaine
4-12 The Cuckoo Is A Pretty Bird
4-13 Ain´t No More Cane On The Brazos
4-14 Motherless Children
4-15 Handsome Molly
4-16 Kind Hearted Woman
4-17 West Texas (Incomplete)


Limited numbered edition of 400 copies
Bob Dylan - A Chronology (March - October 1962)

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