Bob Dylan - Heartbreaker Blues FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Pop music
Title: Heartbreaker Blues
Style: Folk Rock, Ballad
FLAC version ZIP size: 1940 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1813 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1169 mb
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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".
Blues (Bob Dylan album). Blues is a single-disc compilation album by Bob Dylan, released on June 27, 2006 and distributed exclusively by Barnes & Noble.
Bob Dylan is not a blues musician, of course, and this album is not, as its title might imply, a disc on which he performs a set of traditional blues songs. It is, rather, a compilation of previously released Dylan originals spanning more than 35 years that illustrates the influence of the blues on his music. The album was released exclusively through bookseller Barnes & Noble.
Written by: Bob Dylan. The sweet pretty things are in bed now of course The city fathers they’re trying to endorse The reincarnation of Paul Revere’s horse But the town has no need to be nervous. The ghost of Belle Starr she hands down her wits To Jezebel the nun she violently knits A bald wig for Jack the Ripper who sits At the head of the chamber of commerce. Mama’s in the fact’ry She ain’t got no shoes Daddy’s in the alley He’s lookin’ for the fuse I’m in the streets With the tombstone blues.
The Bob Dylan Complete Album Collection Vol. One is a colossal box set encompassing the entire official discography of the American who's revolutionized folk, pop and rock music over the past half century with a profoundly influential catalog of songs and sounds. The Bob Dylan Complete Album Collection Vol. One also brings together for the first time, on two "Side Tracks" discs, a wealth of previously released non-album singles, tracks from Biograph and other compilations, songs from films and more.
Bob Dylan's 1974 album, Blood on the Tracks, reminded the world that Dylan was a songwriter without peer. On his next album, he decided to experiment by taking on a co-writer, theater director Jacques Levy. While the songs on Blood on the Tracks were highly personal, these new songs were largely about characters, both real and imagined. By the summer of 1965, Bob Dylan had absolutely no interest in writing folk songs, and the success of the "Subterranean Homesick Blues" single earlier in the year proved to him that fans were willing to follow him down new paths. On June 15th, he went into a New York recording studio with guitarist Mike Bloomfield and cut "Like a Rolling Stone.
|2||Seeing The Real You At Last||3:58|
|3||Like A Rolling Stone||5:25|
|4||Shelter From The Storm||4:28|
|5||Tangled Up In Blue||7:05|
|6||I And I||5:14|
|9||Gotta Serve Somebody||3:58|
|10||Don't Think Twice, It's Alright||3:53|
|11||I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine||4:48|
|12||Dead Man, Dead Man||6:08|
|13||Knockin' On Heaven's Door||4:58|
|14||Rainy Day Women Nos. 12 & 35||2:54|
NotesLive at Olympiahalle, Munich, September 30, 1987.